Stocks – J&J Tumbles Premarket; American Outdoor Brands, Exxon Mobil Rise

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© Reuters. © Reuters. – Stocks in focus in premarket trading on Wednesday:

•Boeing (NYSE:) stock inched up 0.5% in premarket trade by 8:20 AM ET (12:20 GMT) even after American Airlines (NASDAQ:) pulled Boeing’s 737 Max from its schedule until mid-January, hinting at yet another delay to the resumption of flights by the model. American Airlines was up 1.7%.

• Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:) stock tumbled 2.1% after a court ordered the company to pay a Maryland a man $8 billion because its antipsychotic drug Risperdal caused him to grow enlarged breasts.

• PayPal (NASDAQ:) stock slipped 0.3% after it said in a filing that it expects a $177 million loss on strategic investments in the third quarter.

• American Outdoor Brands (NASDAQ:) stock surged 7.3% after Craig-Hallum upgraded the company to buy from hold.

Exxon Mobil (NYSE:) stock gained 0.9% on news that it is considering a sale of its Malaysian upstream assets, Bloomberg reported.

• Levi Strauss (NYSE:) stock lost 0.1% as strong third-quarter earnings were soured partly by struggles with wholesale business in North and South America.

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