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Good Morning Wake-Up Watchlisters! While you’re sipping coffee you’ll see stock futures were up ahead of the latest CPI report. Investors will be looking for signs of cooling inflation. Also, the recent meme stock rally cooled off as shares of Gamestop and AMC gave up most of their premarket gains.

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Here’s a look at the top-moving stocks this morning.

Plug Power (Nasdaq: PLUG)

Plug Power is up 6.10% in premarket trading after the hydrogen technology stock received a conditional commitment for a $1.66 billion loan from the Department of Energy. The loan is expected to finance the development, construction and ownership of up to six green hydrogen production facilities across the country.

Shift4 Payments (NYSE: FOUR)

Shift4 Payments is up 5.11% in premarket trading after Chairman and CEO Jared Isaacman, purchased 85,916 shares of the company. The purchase price ranged from $66.8456 to $67.3164, displaying Isaacman’s confidence in the company’s future prospects. Shift4 also experienced a 10.23% price total return, which may signal more short-term investor confidence.

Nu Holdings (NYSE: NU)

Nu Holdings is up 5.97% in premarket trading after posting record revenue. The Brazil-based digital bank had revenue of $2.7 billion in the three-month period through March. It also reported $378.8 million in net income compared with an average estimate of $357.3 million.

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DLocal (Nasdaq: DLO)

DLocal is down 27% in premarket trading after first-quarter earnings missed analysts expectations. The online payments company posted first-quarter earnings of $184.4 million in revenue, while analysts were expecting $189.8 million. DLO shares have lost 24% sicne the beginning of 2024.

Those are the biggest stock movers for today.

Happy trading!

The Wake-Up Watchlist Research Team

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