Disney, Bumble, Sonos, Matterport and Other Stock Market Movers Thursday

Disney stock jumps in premarket trading.

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Stock futures were trading higher Thursday, one day after U.S. inflation data came in lower than expected, opening the possibility that the Federal Reserve could be less aggressive in fighting to slow the economy.

S&P 500

  futures and 

Dow Jones Industrial Average

  futures climbed 0.4%. Futures for the tech-heavy 

Nasdaq Composite

 were rising 0.3%.

These are some of the stocks making notable moves in premarket trading Thursday.

Walt Disney

(ticker: DIS) jumped 8.1% after the media and entertainment company posted better-than-expected earnings and subscriber growth in its fiscal third quarter.


(BMBL) dropped 9% after the online dating company cut its 2022 revenue guidance.


(VCSA) soared 22% after the vacation rental property management company issuedrevenue guidance for the full year above Wall Street expectations.

South Korean e-commerce platform


(CPNG) posted a narrower loss than Wall Street expected in its second quarter. The stock was 6.5% higher early Thursday.


(APP) stock dropped 7.7% after the marketing services company swung to a loss in the second quarter. The company earlier this week proposed to buy video gaming company

Unity Software

(U) in an all-stock transaction.


(SONO) sank 20% after the maker of wireless speakers and other audio products reported revenue below analysts’ estimates and lowered its sales expectations for the full fiscal year.


(MTTR) climbed 14% after the spatial data company posted a second-quarter loss that was narrower than expected and raised its full-year revenue outlook.

Theme park operator

Six Flags

Entertainment (SIX) reported earnings and revenue below estimates as theme park attendance during the second quarter missed expectations.

Write to Angela Palumbo at angela.palumbo@dowjones.com

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