Customers wait in line to order food at a food truck parked opposite of an A-1 Food Store during a blackout in Napa, California, Oct. 9, 2019. Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg News

Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Thursday’s session. Stock movements noted by ticker reflect movements during regular trading hours; premarket trading is specified separately.

PG&E : The utility company cut power to about 700,000 households and businesses in northern and central California on Wednesday in a move of unprecedented scale meant to avert the type of deadly infernos that killed dozens last year and propelled it into bankruptcy court.

Apple : The iPhone maker on Wednesday pulled an app that had triggered anger in China for its ability to allow citizens and protesters in Hong Kong to track police activity.

AT&T : The telecommunications giant agreed to sell its Puerto Rican and U.S. Virgin Islands businesses to help it pay down some of its debt and move closer to repurchasing shares.

Target : The retailer’s chief merchant, Mark Tritton, resigned ahead of the key holiday season to take the top job at rival Bed Bath & Beyond.

American Airlines, Boeing: American Airlines Group said it expects Boeing’s 737 MAX will remain out of service until January, the latest example of how the grounded plane continues to create additional costs and logistical burdens for carriers and passengers.

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