Gores Guggenheim, Exxon, Carnival, PG&E: What to Watch When the Stock Market Opens Today

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U.S. stock futures were mixed, with contracts on the Dow Jones Industrial Average up, the Nasdaq-100 down and the S&P 500 flat. Here’s what we’re watching as Monday’s trading gets under way. Blank-check company Gores Guggenheim climbed 4.7% premarket. It is nearing a deal to combine with Polestar that would value the Swedish electric-vehicle maker at $21 billion. Crude prices are at the highest level in nearly three years, and shares of major producers are also rising premarket. Occidental Petroleum added 2.5%,  Exxon Mobil gained 1.3% and  ConocoPhillips rose 1.5%. Cruise operator Carnival ‘s shares were up 1.8% premarket after it said it had set sail from the Port of Los Angeles over the weekend for the first time since last year. On Friday, it reported its third-quarter voyages had been cash-flow positive. Rival Royal Caribbean inched 0.8% higher. Major airlines were also getting a boost ahead of the bell amid hopes fo
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