James Tahaney masses textbooks on to a pallet in preparation for transport on the Chegg warehouse in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, April 29, 2010.
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Try the businesses making headlines in after hours buying and selling:
Take-Two Interactive — Shares of the online game firm shed greater than 4% throughout prolonged buying and selling Monday following the corporate’s third-quarter outcomes. Take-Two reported revenues of $866 million for the quarter, which was wanting the $875 million analysts surveyed by Refinitiv had been anticipating.
Chegg — Chegg shares jumped 10% after the corporate’s fourth-quarter outcomes topped analysts’ expectations. The corporate earned 38 cents per share excluding objects on income of $207 million. Wall Road analysts had been anticipating the corporate to earn 34 cents per share on $195 million in income, in response to estimates from Refinitiv.
Amgen — Shares of Amgen gained 1% following a blended quarter for the biotechnology firm. Amgen earned $4.36 per share excluding objects, which was forward of the $4.08 analysts had been anticipating, in response to estimates from Refinitiv. Income got here in at $6.85 billion, which was wanting the anticipated $6.87 billion.
Simon Property Group — The true property firm’s shares dipped 2% after Simon Property Group’s income numbers missed expectations. The corporate reported gross sales of $1.22 billion in the course of the fourth quarter, in comparison with the $1.24 billion analysts surveyed by Refinitiv had been anticipating.