Take-Two, Crypto Stocks, AutoZone, Adobe, and More Stock Market Movers Monday

AutoZone shares were climbing in premarket trading.

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Stock futures were lower Monday as investors anticipated the Federal Reserve would again raise interest rates aggressively in an effort to tame inflation.

Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq Composite futures were all down 0.9%. The Fed’s decision on rates is expected to be announced Wednesday afternoon.

These are some of the stocks moving in the premarket session Monday.

Take-Two Interactive Software (TTWO) fell 5.8% after a hacker published videos of a test build of the company’s highly anticipated video game “Grand Theft Auto VI.”

Crypto-related stocks were trading lower as Bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency, fell to around $18,700. Coinbase Global (ticker: COIN) was down 4.5%,  Marathon Digital   (MARA) fell 4.4%, and Riot Blockchain (RIOT) declined 4.3%.

AutoZone (AZO) shares climbed 1.7% after the retailer of automotive replacement parts and accessories reported earnings and sales for its fiscal fourth quarter that beat analysts’ estimates.

Adobe (ADBE) was down 1.5% after shares of the software company received more analyst downgrades. Wells Fargo downgraded its rating to Equal Weight from Overweight, while an Edward Jones analyst downgraded the rating to Hold from Buy.

U.S.-listed Chinese stocks also were on the decline Monday. Alibaba Group Holding (BABA) was down 1.4% and JD.com (JD) fell 0.3%.

Lennar (LEN) was up 0.8% after an analyst from KeyBanc upgraded the stock to Overweight from Underweight. The home builder is set to report earnings after the markets close on Wednesday.

Write to Angela Palumbo at angela.palumbo@dowjones.com