Bitcoin, Virgin Galactic, Okta, Chewy: What to Watch When the Stock Market Opens Today

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Futures are edging up after the Nasdaq Composite reached its 33rd record close of the year. Here’s what we’re watching ahead of Thursday’s open. Okta dropped 2.6% premarket. The cloud-based identity services provider raised its full-year revenue outlook, but its losses widened in the fiscal second quarter as costs and expenses ballooned. Bitcoin is up more than 3% from its 5 p.m. ET level on Wednesday, and companies in the crypto universe were also ticking higher. Trading platform Coinbase Global added 2% premarket, and bitcoin miner Marathon Digital gained 4.8%. Virgin Galactic shed 1.8%. Aviation regulators are investigating how the spacecraft returned to the ground after taking billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson to the edge of space. Tesla shares slipped 1% premarket. Chief Executive Elon Musk on Wednesday said the company’s redesigned Roadster sports car likely would be available in 2023, three years later than
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