A employee installs First Photo voltaic Inc. photovoltaic photo voltaic panels on the Agua Caliente Photo voltaic Undertaking in Yuma County, Arizona.
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Take a look at the businesses making headlines in after-hours buying and selling.
First Photo voltaic — The photo voltaic inventory gained 3.6%. The corporate reported a fourth-quarter lack of 7 cents per share in contrast with a 17 cent per-share loss forecasted by analysts, based on FactSet. Income got here in keeping with expectations at $1 billion. The corporate issued full-year steering that was forward of expectations on per-share earnings and income.
AMC Leisure – Shares of the meme-stock darling slipped lower than 1%. The corporate posted a wider-than-expected lack of 26 cents per share for the fourth quarter, in comparison with the 21 cent per-share loss forecasted by analysts polled by Refinitiv. AMC additionally reported fourth-quarter income of $991 million, whereas analysts anticipated $978 million in income.
Novavax — The biotechnology firm tumbled 24% after the corporate raised doubts about its capability to remain in enterprise. The corporate misplaced $2.28 per share, a lot bigger than the $1.01 per-share loss anticipated by analysts polled by FactSet. Income additionally got here in under expectations at $357.4 million in contrast with $383.1 million anticipated.
Rivian — Shares of the electric-vehicle maker slipped practically 7% following a blended earnings report. The corporate posted an adjusted lack of $1.73 per share, in comparison with analysts’ forecasts for a lack of $1.94 per share, based on Refinitiv. Income got here in decrease than anticipated at $663 million in contrast with analysts’ $742.4 million expectation.
Monster Beverage — The beverage maker slid 6% after reporting income and per-share earnings under the respective consensus estimates of analysts polled by FactSet. Earnings per share got here in at 57 cents, 6 cents under the consensus estimate. Income for the quarter was $1.51 billion, under FactSet’s $1.6 billion. The corporate additionally introduced a two-to-one inventory cut up.
HP — Shares of the computing large added 2%. The corporate posted a blended earnings report, with HP beating the expectations of analysts polled by Refinitiv on earnings whereas lacking on income. Adjusted earnings per share got here in at 75 cents, one cent above the Avenue’s estimate. Income got here in at $13.83 billion, which is lower than the $14.12 billion anticipated.
— CNBC’s Darla Mercado contributed reporting