December 2, 2023

An inflatable Disney+ sign is seen during a press conference ahead of the launch of the streaming service in the Middle East and North Africa at the Dubai Opera in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, June 7, 2022.

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Check out the companies making headlines before the market close.

PacWest – The region’s bank stock plunged 20% after it said deposits fell 9.5% in the week ended May 5. PacWest said it has access to $15 billion in available liquidity if needed. Other regional banks were lower on the news, with Western Alliance and First Horizon down 7.3 percent and 3.2 percent, respectively.

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disney — Media stocks fell more than 5 percent. Disney reported a drop in streaming subscribers despite improved business losses. The company also reported revenue and profit that were broadly in line with Wall Street expectations.

Robin Hood — The retail brokerage rose more than 4 percent after the retail brokerage reported first-quarter revenue of more than $441 million, beating analysts’ estimate of $425 million, according to Refinitiv data. Robinhood also saw growth in monthly users, reaching 11.8 million.

unified software — Shares soared more than 9 percent after the video game software developer topped its revenue forecast for the latest quarter and raised its full-year revenue forecast.

Sonos — Shares fell nearly 24% after the home audio system maker reported a bigger-than-expected loss in its latest quarter and lowered its forecast for the second half of fiscal 2023 amid a weak demand environment.

tapestry — Tapestry surged 10% after beating analysts’ third-quarter expectations. The U.S. luxury fashion company behind Coach and Kate Spade reported adjusted earnings of 78 cents a share, topping the consensus estimate of 60 cents a share, according to FactSet. It posted revenue of $1.51 billion, above the $1.44 billion requested. In addition, Tapestry raised its full-year guidance, which was also better than analysts’ expectations.

app love — Shares soared more than 16 percent in premarket trading after the company’s first-quarter revenue and second-quarter guidance after the close on Wednesday. Revenue was $715.4 million, compared with the $694.8 million expected by analysts polled by StreetAccount. AppLovin’s guidance for the second quarter was $710 million to $730 million, above expectations for $695.7 million.

beyond meat — Shares of the alternative meat maker fell more than 2% even after the company released a better-than-expected quarterly report. Beyond Meat reported a loss of 92 cents per share on revenue of $92.2 million. Analysts had expected a loss of $1.01 a share on revenue of $90.8 million, according to Refinitiv data.

Jingdong – Shares of the Chinese e-commerce giant rose more than 3% after the company reported stronger-than-expected earnings and revenue for the first quarter of the year, according to FactSet. also announced some leadership changes: CEO Xu Lei stepped down and was replaced by CFO Xu Ran.

Alcoa — Alcoa shares rose 1.4% premarket after Credit Suisse upgraded the aluminum producer to outperform. Analysts cited a recovery in aluminum prices and beyond Alcoa’s operational problems as reasons for the upgrade.

norfolk south — Transportation stocks rose nearly 2% in premarket trading as JPMorgan Chase & Co. upgraded the stock to overweight. The Wall Street firm noted that shares of Norfolk Southern are trading at a discount to some peers and that operations should improve as the company emerges from its recent derailment.

— CNBC’s Yun Li, Tanaya Macheel, Brian Evans, Sarah Min and Michelle Fox contributed reporting