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Investing.com – Stocks in focus in premarket trading on Wednesday:

• Adobe (NASDAQ:) stock jumped 3.8% by 8:15 AM ET (12:15 GMT) after its earnings were better than expected, with revenue rising 25% in the last quarter due to a strong performance by its largest division, Digital Media.

• Alphabet (NASDAQ:) stock was unmoved after shareholder activists urged the company to break itself up before it’s forced to by regulators.

• Apple (NASDAQ:) stock gained 0.3% despite a Japanese newspaper report that it is considering moving up to 30% of its manufacturing currently done in China, even if a U.S.-China trade deal is reached.

• CBS Corp (NYSE:) rose 0.6% after the The Wall Street Journal reported that it has revived plans to merge with sister company Viacom (NASDAQ:).

• Oracle (NYSE:) stock ticked up 0.8% ahead of its earnings report after the market closes.

American Express (NYSE:) rose 1% after Bank of America/Merrill Lynch reinstated coverage of the company with a buy rating.

• Tesla (NASDAQ:) inched up 0.1% after news that human resources vice president and head of diversity Felicia Mayo will become the latest in a strong of senior executives to leave the company over the last year.

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