Take a look at the businesses making headlines after hours.
Chegg — Shares tumbled practically 30% after the textbook firm reported weak full-year steerage regardless of exceeding earnings expectations. In its most up-to-date quarter, Chegg reported earnings of 32 cents per share on revenues of $202 million. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv had been anticipating earnings of 24 cents per share on revenues of $201 million.
Clorox — Clorox’s inventory worth dipped about 1.9% after the maker of family merchandise lower its full-year gross margin outlook on inflationary considerations. Clorox in any other case topped earnings expectations after reporting earnings of $1.31 per share on revenues of $1.81 billion. The corporate was anticipated to earn 97 cents per share on revenues of $1.79 billion, based on consensus estimates from Refinitiv.
Devon Energy — Shares jumped more than 2% after the corporate introduced a dividend and buyback hike. The oil and fuel firm reported earnings of $1.88 per share and revenues of $3.8 billion for the quarter ending March. Analysts polled by FactSet had been anticipating earnings of $1.75 per share on revenues of $4 billion.
Avis Price range Group — The automotive firm’s inventory worth soared practically 7% after Avis Price range’s quarterly outcomes surpassed analysts’ expectations. The corporate benefited from pent-up journey demand that spurred customers to lease automobiles even at greater costs. Avis reported earnings of $9.99 per share on revenues of $2.4 billion. Analysts polled by Refinitiv had been forecasting earnings of $3.45 per share on revenues of $2.08 billion.