Five Stocks to Watch Friday: Meta-Platforms, Tesla, and More

Futures pointed to a better open on Friday as Wall Street anticipates the long Christmas weekend. A rally could follow a sharp drop the day before

Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) has reached an agreement to pay $725 million to settle a class movement lawsuit associated with the Cambridge Analytica scandal

 The adjustment was due to revelations in 2018 that Facebook incorrectly shared user data with Cambridge Analytica.

Tesla (TSLA) rallied in premarket trading as shares tried to stabilize one after another hitting fresh fifty-two-week lows the day before yesterday.

Inventory fell 9% on Thursday. Long-term bullish Wedbush, meanwhile, lowered its price target for Elon Musk's EV maker to $175 from $250

Microsoft (MSFT) issued a reaction to regulators, defending its $69 billion acquisition of online game maker Activision (ATVI). The Xbox maker told the Federal Trade Commission

which has filed a lawsuit to block the merger, that the combination is essentially intended to build MSFT's presence in mobile gaming and make ATVI's games

AT&T (T) has entered into a joint venture with Blackrock Alternatives to provide wholesale fiber services.

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