High premarket on sale, Amgen and Honeywell Dow-joining news; Exxon, Pfizer and Raytheon run less

Shares of three new additions to Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA,
+ 1.35%
Prepaid trades were higher on Tuesday, while the S&P Dow Jones Indies reduced the three departed members a day after announcing a shake-up for the 30-member index. Salesforce.com Inc. Share CRM,
+ 0.44%
According to reports, it has increased by 2.4%, it will replace energy giant Exxon Mobil Inc. XOM,
+ 2.95%,
Which was down 1.6%. Amgen Inc.
Pfizer Inc. While PFE increased by 4.3%,
Which replaced Amgen was down 1.2%. Honeywell International, Inc. Honey Shares
+ 1.18%
3.9%, while Raytheon Technologies Corp. RTX,
+ 2.67%,
Which is changing, falling 1.9%. Changes will take place on August 31 and will be called Apple Inc. Was inspired by AAPL,
+ 1.19%
The decision to do a 4-for-1 stock split, reducing the tech-sector weighting of the index. S&P Dow Jones said in a statement, “The announced changes help to fill that gap.” “They help diversify the index by removing overlap between companies of similar scope and adding new types of businesses that better reflect the American economy.”


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