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Target Corp, DragonWave, Delta Air Lines and more - PRE-MARKET

Proactive is looking at some of the movers, up and down, before the bell in New York

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Target Corp was among the stocks in play, in pre-market

As futures markets point to another higher start on Wall Street, pre-market trade is being kind to discount retailer Target Corp (NYSE:TGT), whose shares have boomed almost 6% higher.

It came after the company issued a strong forecast the second quarter.

The firm revealed it expects second-quarter profits to be at the high end of its previous per-share guidance of between 95 cents and $1.15 per share.

Our team is energized and focused on enhancing and modernizing the Target shopping experience, and our guests are responding," chief executive Brian Cornell told the statement.

Elsewhere, Delta Air Lines Inc (NYSE:DAL) is flying 1.66% lower in early before-the-bell deals as  the Street expects the firm to post second quarter earnings of $1.66 per share on revenue of $10.78bn

Meanwhile, analysts expect Commerce Bancshares Inc (NASDAQ: CBSH), which is reporting ahead of the open, to have earned $0.7 per share on revenue of $306.04mln.

S shares are down 0.07% in pre-market.

Taking that trend further, Tech group DragonWave Inc (NASDAQ: DRWI) shares are plummeting  over 18% lower in  pre-market.

The firm has reported a first quarter loss of $0.52 per share on revenue of $9mln.

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