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Paul Zimmerman | Nasdaq | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell:  Roku — Shares of the streaming platform fell 1% after the market closed. Roku reported second-quarter financial results after hours, posting a loss of 35 cents per share on revenues of $356 million, compared to predictions of analysts surveyed by Refinitiv
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell:  Disney — Disney’s stock jumped 4% after the closing bell. Disney reported third-quarter financial results that beat analysts’ expectations for earnings but fell short of revenue predictions. Disney posted earnings of 8 cents per share excluding items on revenue of $11.78 billion compared to estimates of a loss
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Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.  Kodak — Shares of Kodak soared about 330% after President Donald Trump tapped the photography pioneer to produce ingredients in generic drugs in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The shares skyrocketed as much as 570% at one point. Trading was halted more than 15 times Wednesday
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A sign is posted outside of the PayPal headquarters in San Jose, California. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell:  Qorvo — The semiconductor company’s stock jumped 7% in extended trading after Qorvo released financial results for its fiscal first quarter of 2021. Qorvo reported adjusted earnings of $1.50
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FAANG stocks displayed at the Nasdaq. Adam Jeffery | CNBC Big tech could be about to make a big splash. Four of the market’s five biggest stocks report earnings within a single hour on Thursday afternoon and that could cause big volatility in after-hours trading and again on Friday.  Apple, Amazon, Alphabet and Facebook — worth
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Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: McDonald’s (MCD) – The restaurant chain reported quarterly profit of 66 cents per share, shy of the 74 cents a share consensus estimate. Revenue came in above Wall Street projections. Comparable-restaurant sales were down 23.9% globally, slightly wider than the 22.8% consensus estimate.
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