A man walks into an open Nordstrom store for business as he enters New York City on June 29, 2020, following the second phase of the reopening of New York City following the coronavirus epidemic.
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Check out the companies making headlines after hours on Tuesday.
HP Inc. – Shares of computer hardware builder have surged more than 7% in subsequent hours of trading, a stronger-than-expected quarterly result. HP Inc. Has earned 62 cents per share on revenue of .2 15.26 billion. Analysts expect a profit of 52 cents per share on revenue of .7 14.72 billion, according to Refinitive. The company also issued earnings guidance for the first quarter of its fiscal year.
Gap – After the gap reported quarterly earnings disappointing, retailer stock down more than 6%. The company had earned 25 cents per share in the previous quarter, while analysts at Refinitive had forecast a profit of 32 cents per share.
Nordstrom – Shares of Nordstrom rose 4.4% in the third quarter after the company posted a disappointing earnings number. Nordstrom said its revenue for the quarter was 9. 9.99 billion, shy of a refinancing estimate of just ૧ 1.1 billion. Nordstrom also reported earnings of 34 cents per share, but CNBC could not determine whether that number was comparable to the refinitive forecast.
Dell Technologies – Dell Technologies reported third-quarter earnings and earnings figures that topped analyst expectations, sending the computer builder’s stock up nearly 2%. Dell has earned 2.0 2.03 per share on revenue of 23 23.48 billion. Analysts had forecast earnings per share of 1.40 on revenue of .8 21.85 billion, according to Refinitive. The company also posted sales for its subscriptions and “Service as Software (SAS)” which exceeded estimates.
American Eagle Outfitters – American Eagle Outfitters saw its share fall by more than%% behind mixed third quarter results. The retailer earned 35 cents per share, topping the forecast of 34 cents per share. The company has revenue of 1. 1.03 billion as expected.