Stock futures held steady during the overnight session Thursday after the Nasdaq Composite suffered its worst session since October.
"Does this sort of change the trajectory for markets? I don't think so," Fundstrat's Tom Lee told CNBC Thursday, saying he still likes cyclical stocks.
Names on the move ahead of the open.
The e-commerce company crushed Wall Street's estimates for the fourth quarter and provided upbeat guidance for the current quarter.
Thinknum co-founder Justin Zhen told CNBC that his data firm started to see GameStop mentions spike before shares took off Wednesday.
Virgin Galactic delivered fourth quarter results after the market closed on Thursday, with the company disclosing its next spaceflight test is delayed to May.
DoorDash stock fell Thursday after the company dropped its first earnings report since going public in December.
Beyond Meat has struck deals with fast-food giants McDonald's and Yum Brands.
Airbnb attributed much of the loss to charges related to the company's initial public offering in December.
The impact of Slack could be cutting in to Salesforce's earnings for the full fiscal year.
The retailer is reducing its headcount, testing smaller stores and evaluating the size of its store footprint across the country.
Growing inflation concerns, optimism the economy could surge and some technical factors are combining to drive interest rates higher at a rapid clip.
According to Coinbase's direct listing prospectus on Thursday, the company held $316.1 million worth of crypto assets on its balance sheet as of Dec. 31.
HP company beat estimates on the top and bottom lines, and on its fiscal-year guidance.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack believes China is making good on promises it made as part of the phase one trade deal.
Fear of inflation is causing investors to speculate the Fed may have to shift policy sooner than expected.
Robinhood has fired back at Charlie Munger, who earlier this week said the free trading app was having a "regrettable" impact.
CNBC's Jim Cramer questioned "are prices real" on Wall Street anymore, as he exasperatingly tried to explain GameStop's renewed rally.
Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein told CNBC there might some stock market speculation but the bigger problem for the U.S. economy is high unemployment.