Check out the businesses making headlines earlier than the bell. Spotify — The streaming inventory popped 7.4% after Spotify reported a rise in Premium subscribers — which reached 236 million within the fourth quarter — that beat analysts’ expectations as estimated by the FactSet consensus. Palantir — Shares of the information analytics supplier surged greater than 20% after the corporate on Monday reported $608.4 million in income for the quarter, versus the $602.4 million anticipated by analysts surveyed by LSEG. Earnings and steering for 2024 was about consistent with expectations. Eli Lilly — The drug maker noticed its shares rise 4% after it blew previous analysts’ estimates for the fourth quarter due to the sturdy launch of its weight reduction drug Zepboud and better costs for its diabetes drug Mounjaro. The compan y posted adjusted earnings of $2.49 per share on income of $9.35 billion. Analysts anticipated $2.22 per share on income of $8.93 billion, in accordance with LSEG. Tesla — The beaten-down electrical car inventory misplaced 2.3% after Daiwa downgraded Tesla to impartial from outperform, citing issues across the firm’s company governance and uncertainty round potential board or management modifications. UBS — Shares dropped about 4.1% after the financial institution reported a second consecutive quarterly loss, as its income of $10.86 billion fell barely in need of analysts’ expectations per FactSet. The Swiss financial institution elevated its dividend and mentioned it plans to reinstate share repurchases within the second half of this 12 months, nonetheless. Despite weaker-than-expected earnings, JPMorgan reiterated an chubby score on UBS and mentioned it’s on monitor to change into a wealth administration “powerhouse.” BP — The inventory value rose above 5% after the oil big ramped up the tempo of its buybacks and elevated its dividend. BP posted a decline in annual revenue, nonetheless. NXP Semiconductors — Shares of the chipmaker gained 3% after NXP reported stronger-than-expected fourth-quarter outcomes, with adjusted earnings popping out at $3.71 per share, or 8 cents above estimates from analysts polled by LSEG. The firm’s income of $3.42 billion additionally beat analysts’ forecasts of $3.40 billion. Li Auto — Shares of the Chinese EV maker jumped 8.6% after Deutsche Bank upgraded U.S.-listed shares of the inventory to purchase from maintain, highlighting Li’s “best-in-class” administration group and historical past of exceeding bold targets for quantity and price. Chegg — The inventory tumbled 7.5% after the academic tech firm reported disappointing steering for the primary quarter. Chegg expects income between $173 million to $175 million, lighter than the $180.1 million consensus estimate, per StreetAccount. Guidance for incomes earlier than curiosity, taxes, depreciation, and amortization additionally got here in lighter than anticipated for the primary quarter. Rambus — The chipmaker continued its declines on Tuesday, shedding 9.9% after it posted a year-over-year decline in income throughout the fourth quarter. Coherent — Shares jumped 13% after the supplies firm posted stronger-than-expected quarterly outcomes . In its second quarter, Coherent posted earnings of 36 cents per share, higher than the earnings of 26 cents per share anticipated by analysts polled by StreetAccount. Revenue of $1.13 billion topped the consensus estimate of $1.12 billion. UPS — Shares of the supply firm rose greater than 1% after UBS upgraded the inventory to purchase from impartial. The funding agency mentioned in a word that UPS ought to have the ability to lower prices and develop margins even when income development is weak. — CNBC’s Tanaya Macheel, Jesse Pound, Sarah Min and Michelle Fox Theobald contributed reporting.