Video Game Maker Falls 4%

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

GitLab Inc. (Nasdaq: GTLB)

Gitlab is up 14.30% premarket as a result of its first ever adjusted operating profit. Its revenue came in at 9 cents per share vs. an expected loss of 1 cent per share. It also posted $149.7 million in revenue vs. $141.5 million expected.

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Take-Two Interactive Software (Nasdaq: TTWO)

Take-Two is down 4.56% premarket after the investors sold stock following the software company’s release of the latest Grand Theft Auto trailer. The company said the game would be released in 2025 on Sony Playstation 5. The video game is likely to impact Take Two’s revenue following its release, as the last iteration went on to become the second best-selling video game in history, trailing only Microsoft’s Minecraft.

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