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At 8:58 a.m. ET, Dow e-minis were down 0.41% at 27,519. S&P 500 e-minis fell 0.40% to 3,078, while Nasdaq 100 e-minis were down 0.40% at 8,224. The top three NYSE percentage gainers premarket: ** Dean Foods Co, up 11.2% ** Medical Properties Trust Inc, up 8.0% ** Pretium Resources Inc, up 7.0% The top three NYSE percentage losers premarket: ** CARBO Ceramics Inc, down 27.6% ** Mizuho Financial Group Inc, down 11.4% ** Vonage Holdings Corp, down 10.5% The top Nasdaq percentage gainers premarket: ** Allegro Merger Corp, up 95.8% ** CUI Global Inc, up 35.1% The top three Nasdaq percentage losers premarket: ** Lipocine Inc, down 77.7% ** Nextcure Inc, down 54.5% ** Foamix Pharmaceuticals Ltd, down 14.7% ** Tupperware Brands Corp: down 7.9% premarket BUZZ-Tupperware: Set to open at record low after suspending dividend ** SunPower Corp: up 5.9% premarket BUZZ-SunPower to split into 2 separate entities, shares rise ** Lipocine Inc: down 77.7% premarket BUZZ-Crashes after third FDA rejection for testosterone drug ** Foamix Pharmaceuticals Ltd: down 14.7% premarket BUZZ-Falls on merger deal with Menlo Therapeutics ** Amicus Therapeutics Inc: up 8.5% premarket BUZZ-Rises as Fabry disease drug propels Q3 sales beat ** CUI Global Inc: up 35.1% premarket BUZZ-CUI jumps over 50% on deal to sell majority of power business ** Qualcomm Inc: down 2.2% premarket BUZZ-Falls as Morgan Stanley downgrades to “equal-weight” ** Cisco Systems Inc: down 1.5% premarket BUZZ-Drops as Piper Jaffray downgrades citing macro headwinds ** Innate Pharma SA: up 3.8% premarket BUZZ-Innate Pharma set for record high as Street starts with “buy” (Reporting by C Nivedita in Bengaluru)