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Good morning Wake-Up Watchlisters! While you're sipping coffee you'll see stock futures were disoriented on Friday. Traders remain worried over hawkish central banks and worsening economic data. This week's numbers pointed to a possibility of recession and global slowdown, with the Federal Reserve still calling for increasing rates in the near future.

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

Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX)

Netflix is up 5.96% premarket after the firm said it picked up more subscribers than expected – some 7.7 million – at the end of the year. After plunging almost 70% between late 2021 and June 2022, the streaming platform has now bounced back 60%.


Nordstrom, Inc. (NYSE: JWN)

Nordstrom is down 4.93% premarket after the clothing retailer slashed its profit forecast after a week of weaker-than-expected holiday sales. The company said its fiscal 2022 earnings fell after holiday sales – which were already heavily discounted – dropped to below pre-pandemic levels. Overall, sales for the nine weeks ending on December 31 were down 3.5%.


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Alphabet (Nasdaq: GOOGL)

Alphabet (the parent company to Google) is up 3.50% premarket after the company announced plans to cut around 12,000 jobs from its global workforce Friday amid growing economic uncertainty. Earlier this week, Microsoft said it would slash around 5% of its global workforce, and take a $1.2 billion charge against its second quarter earnings.

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Sector to Watch: Clean Tech Stocks

Many traditional tech stocks took a big hit in 2022. This change is paving the way for a strong multiyear growth run for clean energy and new tech stocks. Morgan Stanley's 5-star analyst Stephen Bryd believes political will is likely to support the practical benefits of clean and renewable energy over the next few years.

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Those are the top moving stocks for today.

Happy trading!

The Wake-Up Watchlist Research Team

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