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Good morning Wake-Up Watchlisters! While you're sipping coffee you'll see stock futures edged higher on Tuesday, finishing off a volatile February for Wall Street. The latest uptick was a rebound after the worst week of the year. Inflation remains a hot issue, and Federal Reserve Governor Philip Jefferson shot down arguments on Monday for raising the central bank's 2% inflation target.

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

Zoom, Inc. (Nasdaq: ZM)

Zoom is up 6.48% premarket after reporting high-than-expected earnings. Adjusted earnings per share came in at $1.22, which was above the estimate of 80 cents. Revenue also came in higher than expected at $1.12 billion. Lastly, the company announced it would slash 15% of its workforce in February.

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Workday (Nasdaq: WDAY)

Workday is down 2.58% premarket after the provider of HR and financial software reported revenue of $1.65 billion, up 19.6% from a year ago. But despite strong earnings, its uncertain outlook overshadowed its earnings beat. Overall, the company reported a net loss for the quarter of $125.7 million, with earnings before costs such as stock compensation coming to 99 cents per share.


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Shift4 Payments (NYSE: FOUR)

Shift4 Payments is up 5.15% premarket. The Lehigh County-based payment processor recently integrated its financial technology with check-out machines from Mashgin, a Silicon Valley company. The technology combination is expected to reduce checkout lines and times, the companies said.

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Target Corporation (NYSE: TGT)

Target is up 3.64% premarket after posting fiscal fourth-quarter earnings results before the market open on Tuesday that beat estimates. Consumer spending is shifting away from discretionary categories like electronics and more toward essentials like food. Target CEO Brian Cornell said the team was pleased with the sales growth in what continues to be a "very challenging environment."

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Those are the biggest stock movers for today.

Happy trading!

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