Early movers: DIS, RIG, IBM, MGI, SFM, SHAK & more
Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell:
Walt Disney – Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" set a March opening weekend record with $170 million in North American ticket sales.
Transocean – The oilfield services company struck a deal to sell 15 drilling rigs to Norway's Borr Drilling for $1.35 billion. The deal includes 10 rigs already in Transocean's fleet and five that are under construction.
IBM – IBM introduced a new service that lets companies build applications in IBM's cloud using blockchain code.
MoneyGram – MoneyGram offered to share confidential information with suitor and rival electronic payments company Euronet Worldwide , according to Reuters. Euronet had made a $1 billion acquisition offer last week, despite MoneyGram already having a deal in place to be bought by Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial.
Sprouts Farmers Market — Sprouts is in preliminary talks to move with grocery chain Albertsons, according to a Bloomberg report. The early stage proposal involved taking the organic grocer private and adding it to Albertsons brands such as Safeway...