Movers & Shakers: U.S. stocks appear headed for a flat open, but keep an eye peeled Monday for Dish, Gannett, Palo Alto Networks, CarGurus and others


Here are some prospective movers to keep an eye on Monday, when the U.S. stock market, as of early Sunday evening Eastern time, appeared poised for a muted start to the new week.

Stock gainers:

Shares of Palo Alto Networks Inc. PANW, +0.21% rallied 5% late Friday after S&P Dow Jones promoted the $66 billion cybersecurity company to the S&P 500 index SPX, +1.45% in a series of quarterly index adjustments to account for market cap.

Shares of Planet Fitness Inc. PLNT, +0.92%, Zoominfo Technologies Inc. ZI, +2.08%, Doximity Inc. DOCS, +4.69%, and BWX Technologies Inc. BWXT, +2.49% moved 4% or more higher after hours Friday as S&P moved the stocks to its S&P MidCap 400 index MID, +3.27%

Meanwhile, shares of Crown Holdings Inc. CCK, +3.98%, Dropbox Inc. DBX, +2.11%, Graphic Packaging Holding Co. GPK, +3.48%, Wesco International Inc. WCC, +7.23% all rose at least 2% on their midcap index inclusion.

Shares of CarGurus Inc. CARG, +1.99% surged 6% after S&P said it will add the automotive research and shopping site to its S&P Small Cap 600 index SML, +4.06%.

Stock decliners:

Dish Network Inc. shares DISH, +16.24% declined 3% after hours Friday as S&P made room for Palo Alto Networks by cutting the also cut the TV-services company from the large cap index, and moved it to the midcap index.

Cutera Inc. CUTR, +1.12% shares fell more than 5% in the extended session Friday after the skincare device maker was cut from S&P’s midcap index to make room for Dish, and moved down to the S&P Small Cap 600 index SML, +4.06%.

Shares of PetMed Express Inc. PETS, +3.24%, Children’s Place Inc. PLCE, +9.05%, Gannett Inc. GCI, +2.74% and LendingTree Inc. TREE, +7.89%, and Zumiez Inc. ZUMZ, -1.46% all fell more than 3% late Friday on their scheduled removal from the small cap index.

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