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10 Stocks Moving In Tuesday's Pre-Market Session

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Gainers

LoJack Corporation (NASDAQ: LOJN) shares rose 20.90 percent to $6.48 in pre-market trading as CalAmp Corp. (NASDAQ: CAMP) announced plans to acquire LoJack for $6.45 per share in cash, in a deal valued at around $134 million.

Michael Kors Holdings Ltd (NYSE: KORS) shares rose 14.59 percent to $46.25 in pre-market trading as the company reported stronger-than-expected quarterly earnings.

Syngenta AG (ADR) (NYSE: SYT) shares rose 6.53 percent to $78.77 in pre-market trading on report that a deal with China National Chemical Corp could be announced as early as Wednesday.

Mattel, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAT) shares rose 6.13 percent to $28.40 in the pre-market trading session after the company reported upbeat earnings for the fourth quarter.

Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) shares rose 5.19 percent to $791.00 in pre-market trading after the company reported stronger-than-expected results for its fourth quarter on Monday.

Dow Chemical Co (NYSE: DOW) shares rose 2.80 percent to $43.75 in pre-market trading as the company reported better-than-expected Q4 results.

Losers

Integrated Device Technology Inc (NASDAQ: IDTI) shares fell 15.69 percent to $21.50 in the pre-market trading. Integrated Device Technology reported in-line earnings for its third quarter.

BP plc (ADR) (NYSE: BP) shares fell 8.84 percent to $28.89 in pre-market trading after the company reported a largest loss in 20 years. The company will cut 9 percent of its workforce -- about 7,000 people -- by 2017.

Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) shares fell 2.35 percent to $17.49 in pre-market trading. Stifel Nicolaus downgraded Twitter from Hold to Sell.

Ericsson (ADR) (NASDAQ: ERIC) shares fell 2.16 percent to $8.59 in pre-market trading after dropping 1.35 percent on Monday.

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