People stroll round the International Hotel Grand Hyatt throughout the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic on May 21, 2020 in New York City.
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Check out the firms making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
FedEx – Shares of the delivery firm fell almost 4% after FedEx reported quarterly outcomes. The firm reported a slight beat on income, however earnings of $4.37 per share got here in 54 cents under analysts’ estimates, in response to Refinitiv. The firm cited labor availability, greater wages and transportation bills for the quarterly outcomes.
Stitch Fix – The digital styling service soared by more than 15% after reporting robust quarterly earnings of 19 cents per share, in comparison with the loss Wall Street analysts surveyed by Refinitiv forecasted of 13 cents per share. It additionally beat on income, recording $571.2 million in comparison with the anticipated $548 million, and cited outsized development in its ladies’s and youngsters’ classes.
Adobe – Software firm Adobe additionally reported earnings Tuesday night time. The inventory was more than 3% decrease regardless of reporting earnings of $3.11 per share, greater by 10 cents than Refinitiv analysts’ estimates. Adobe additionally beat on income and issued strong fourth-quarter earnings and income steerage.
Hyatt Hotels – Shares of the resort company fell about 3% following its announcement late Tuesday that it’s going to provide 7 million shares of its Class A typical inventory to fund a few of the buy value for its pending acquisition of Apple Leisure Group.
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