Take a look at the businesses making headlines earlier than the bell. Rivian Automotive — The EV maker popped 8.8% in early Wednesday buying and selling after rising its manufacturing forecast for the complete yr by 2,000 items, to 54,000, and posted a smaller-than-expected loss within the newest quarter. Lyft — Shares gained 2.9% forward of the rideshare firm’s earnings set for launch postmarket Wednesday. Analysts surveyed by FactSet’s StreetAccount anticipate 15 cents per share in earnings on income of $1.14 billion, whereas Lyft’s previous steering forecast income to come back in between $1.13 billion and $1.15 billion. Quanta Companies — Shares of the electrical energy contractor edged up 1.8% after Goldman Sachs upgraded Quanta to purchase, saying the inventory is crushed down and a possibility for buyers in gentle of the necessity for continued utility funding in energy grid modernization. eBay — Shares tumbled 6.8% after the net market supplied weak steering for income within the present quarter and full yr. In any other case, eBay beat analyst estimates for third quarter earnings per share, whereas income for the interval matched the consensus LSEG forecast. Warner Bros. Discovery — The proprietor of HBO and The Meals Community misplaced 0.5% premarket after income missed analyst estimates alongside three key metrics (Studios, Community and Direct-to-Client), as did adjusted EBITDA for Studios and Networks, in accordance with FactSet. Robinhood Markets — Shares dropped 9% after Robinhood reported disappointing third-quarter income. The buying and selling platform posted income of $467 million, decrease than the consensus estimate of $478 million, in accordance with LSEG, previously often called Refinitiv. Estee Lauder — Shares slipped 1.3% after being downgraded by TD Cowen to market carry out from outperform. Continued client weak point in China was among the many causes for Cowen’s name. Disney — The theme park proprietor and film studio shed 0.5% forward of its earnings due Wednesday after the closing bell. Analysts are waiting for Disney’s income progress in its direct-to-consumer enterprise pushed by Disney+, and want to see how the corporate will enhance ESPN right into a full-fledged streaming section. — CNBC’s Alex Harring, Sarah Min and Michelle Fox Theobald contributed reporting.