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Check out which companies are making headlines ahead of the bell Tuesday:

AOL - Shares of the company rallied in pre-market trading after Bloomberg cited people with knowledge of the matter in reporting Verizon Communications had approached the company about a potential deal or joint venture. AOL and Verizon both refused to comment to CNBC.

Coach - The accessories retailer edged higher in pre-market trading after it said it would acquire luxury footwear company Stuart Weitzman Holdings in a deal valued at as much as $574 million.

Constellation Brands - Goldman Sachs upgraded the spirits supplier to "buy" from "neutral."

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CSX - UBS downgraded the railway to "neutral" from "buy."

Dicks's Sporting Goods - Citi named the retailer its top pick for 2015.

FedEx - UBS upgraded the shipper to "buy" from "neutral."

General Electric - Deutsche Bank downgraded he supplier of appliances and financial services to "hold" from "buy."

Michael Kors Holdings - The female clothing and apparel company slid in pre-market trading after Credit Suisse downgraded its shares to "neutral" from "outperform."

Minerva Neurosciences - Shares of the drug developer gained in pre-market trading after it said its experimental compound yielded promising results in treating symptoms of Parkinson's disease in primates.

PVH - Citi downgraded the owner of the Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger brands to "neutral" from "buy."

Oracle - Shares of the company rose in pre-market trading after Piper Jaffray upgraded its shares to "overweight" from "neutral."

Under Armour - The footwear maker climbed in pre-market trading after Citi upgraded its shares to "buy" from "neutral."

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