In front of the organization’s New York City offices on Wall Street, a flag for Deutsche Bank AG is flying.

Look at the businesses grabbing attention in premarket trading.

Deutsche Bank: Following a rise in credit default swaps, which protect bondholders against a company’s default, shares of the German lender fell 13%.

Banking – Concerns about the global banking system caused US bank stock prices to drop. First Republic Bank experienced a 3% decline, while Western Alliance, Zions Bancorporation, and Fifth Third all experienced declines of over 2%. Dealer jitters were not unheard of even in big banks. Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase both suffered 2% losses.

Block — The payments company fell 1.9% after losing nearly 15% in one day due to claims made by short seller Hindenburg Research that Block aids in fraud. After Hindenburg’s short position on Friday, Block was downgraded by Atlantic Equities to hold due to a lack of transparency in its cash app.

Investor pressure on the shares of the cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase increased early on Friday. A day after the business disclosed it had gotten a warning from Wells of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the stock dropped 2.3% in premarket trade. The stock fell more than 14% on Thursday as a result of the news. The stock has increased 87% so far this year.

Energy Stocks: As oil prices dropped and investors became concerned about a potential surplus, energy stock prices dropped in the pre-market. Devon Energy and Marathon Energy fell about 3%. Halliburton, Occidental Petroleum, Diamondback Energy and Exxon Mobil each lost about 2%.

Incyte — The pharmaceutical company saw shares fall more than 3% after it issued a regulatory update on its extended-release ruxolitinib tablets. The FDA has said it cannot approve the company’s application as it stands.

Scholastic — Shares of the children’s book publisher fell 13% after the company reported a year-over-year decline in sales for the fiscal third quarter and lowered its full-year financial guidance. Scholastic now forecasts revenue growth of about 4% for the year, compared to its previous guidance of 8% to 10%.