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Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell Friday:

Carnival—The cruise-line operator fell in early trading after confirming a passenger on one of its ships had been in contact with a testing sample of the Ebola virus.

Google—The web-search provider slid in early trading after reporting third-quarter revenue that missed expectations.

Honeywell International—The manufacturer of plane parts gained in pre-market trading after reporting a better-than-expected third-quarter profit.

Morgan Stanley—The Wall Street bank climbed after reporting an 87 percent increase in third-quarter earnings.

Schlumberger—The oilfield-services supplier rose after posting a quarterly profit that beat expectations.

Urban Outfitters—The retailer fell after reporting a drop in its profit margin in August.

General Electric—The industrial giant posted a 38 cent per share profit, above Wall Street's estimates, in a quarter that was lifted by oil, gas and aviation.

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