Stocks: Boeing, Facebook, Apple All Fall in Premarket

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© Reuters. © Reuters. — Stocks in focus in premarket trade on Monday:

Boeing (NYSE:) fell 0.2% after stripping CEO Denis Muilenberg of his role as chairman, a move it hopes will keep him focused on getting the 737 MAX back in the air

Facebook (NASDAQ:) fell 0.1% as the market assessed the impact of big-name defections from its Libra digital currency project.

Apple (NASDAQ:) fell 0.1% amid jitters that the interim deal between the U.S. and China may fall victim to further demands from Beijing.

Alibaba (NYSE:) ADRs fell 0.4% against the same backdrop of trade concerns.

JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:) fell 0.4% amid nervousness over the upcoming third-quarter earnings season. It’s scheduled to report on Tuesday.

Total ADRs (NYSE:) fell 1.4% amid a general decline in oil prices, after it said it would buy a 37% stake in Adani Gas, a large Indian gas distributor, for some $600 million.

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