These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Thursday, Feb. 25.
According to Coinbase's direct listing prospectus on Thursday, the company held $316.1 million worth of crypto assets on its balance sheet as of Dec. 31.
Klarna is one of the world's largest providers of "buy now, pay later" services.
The 10-year Treasury yield soared more than 16 basis points to a high of 1.614%, rising above the S&P 500's dividend yield of 1.43%.
The move to borrow against collections creates the risk of a leveraged boom and bust in the art market.
The stocks making the biggest moves in premarket trading include GameStop, Koss Corp., Wayfair, and more.
The cryptocurrency world is abuzz with talk of digital collectibles, unique virtual tokens that can represent anything from art to sports memorabilia.
Robinhood's ability to navigate the GameStop trading chaos bodes well for its upcoming IPO.
Fundstrat Global Advisors' Tom Lee warns the growth trade is showing signs of a peak.
Investors continued to keep an eye on the rise in bond yields, which weighed on stocks recently.