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Early movers: BUD, DPZ, BBY, LB, RATE, HPQ & more

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Lucas Jackson | Reuters
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell:

AB InBev — shares fell more than 2 percent in premarket trading after the company reported lower-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings, citing declining U.S. market share and margins.

Domino's Pizza — The chain's shares rose over 5 percent in premarket trading after the company said its quarterly profits grew by 31 percent, amid strong U.S. sales. The company also said its same-store sales grew by 8.66 percent.

Kohl's — Kohl's delivered lighter-than-expected full-year guidance and warned investors that sales could fall this year. The retailer forecasts earnings to range between $4.05 and $4.25 a share, below the Reuters average of $4.24 a share.

Best Buy — The electronics retailer's stock dropped 2 percent in premarket trading after reporting a 4.1 percent decline in quarterly revenues, hurt by weak demand for mobile phones and computing products. The company also announced a two-year buyback program of up to $1 billion.

Salesforce.com — Its shares gained over 9 percent in premarket trading after the cloud computing giant posted better-than-expected quarterly revenue and raised its full-year guidance.

L Brands — The parent company of Victoria's Secret reported better-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter earnings and revenue. The company's stock was up slightly in premarket trading.

HP Inc. —The company's shares fell over 3.5 percent in premarket trading after posting a larger-than-expected revenue drop in its personal systems and printing segments. The company did, however, post quarterly earnings and revenue that were in line with expectations.

Bankrate — The personal finance information provider saw its shares plunge nearly 40 percent in premarket trading after reporting that lower advertising revenue and competition from tech giant Google hurt its earnings. (Disclosure: CNBC has a content-sharing partnership with Bankrate's site.)

—Reuters contributed to this report.