A Lululemon store in New YorkA Lululemon store in New York

The companies make the biggest moves before the market opens.

The Canadian apparel company's shares fell after it lowered its gross margin guidance. Net revenue guidance for the fourth quarter has been raised by the athleisure chain.

Keybanc upgraded their ratings on Visa and Mastercard to overweight from sector weight.

The provider of intelligence solutions for the insurance industry will be taken private byVista for $19 a share in cash. He said the deal should be made public soon. The shares jumped 39%.

The stock of the real estate marketplace company gained 4% after Bank of America upgraded the stock to buy.

Hologic reported fiscal first quarter revenue that was above analyst estimates. There was a 2.8% gain in shares before the market opened.

Several energy stocks were higher before the market opened. Marathon Oil, EOG Resources, and others all rallied.

The shares of Bed, Bath & Beyond jumped before the market opened. The shares of Bed, Bath & Beyond plummeted last week after the company warned of its solvency.

The shares of the software maker rose in premarket trading after being upgraded to overweight. According to the investment bank, the cloud business could see annual growth of 20% in the next few years.

The company's shares gained 2.8% after it was upgraded to overweight by the investment bank. The bank said that increased car prices will cause consumers to use ride-sharing services.

The stock gained 1.6% premarket after being named a top pick by analysts at Wells Fargo.

Musk's attorneys on Saturday asked a California court to move the trial of his company's stock to Texas because of the negative publicity it received.

It was named a top pick by Bank of America. The analysts said the automaker had a balanced strategy, resilient financial performance and conservative outlook.

CNBC's Tanaya Macheel, Jesse Pound, Alex Harring, Sarah Min and Michael Bloom reported.