Detail of a home office on a kitchen counter, including a laptop with Zoom video conferencing software, taken on September 9, 2020.
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Check out the companies that make headlines in the non-working trade.
Increase — Shares of the pandemic darling fell 4.4% in extended trading on Monday. Although the videoconferencing company beat expectations on earnings and revenue, it gave weak guidance for the fourth quarter.
Dell The tech company is up a whopping 6% after beating earnings and earnings-per-share expectations in the third quarter. Post-adjusted earnings per share were $2.30, about 44% higher than the $1.60 expected by analysts polled by Refinitiv. However, the stock’s gains dwindled after he presented the forecast on his conference call. Shares recently rose about 1.5% after hours.
Urban Outfitters — The apparel company added 2.6% after reporting higher-than-expected revenue growth in the latest quarter, despite earnings per share coming in below estimates. The company’s CEO said he was “enthusiastic” about the quarter’s sales as it approaches Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Agilent – Shares in the consumer electronics company rose 4.1% after beating fourth quarter earnings and earnings per share expectations.