Try the shares making headlines in prolonged buying and selling on Wednesday.
KB Dwelling — Shares for the homebuilding firm slipped 4.3% after reporting an earnings miss. KB Dwelling reported $1.47 earnings per share, lacking the $1.56 consensus estimate by 9 cents. The corporate reported $1.4 billion in revenues, lacking consensus estimates of $1.5 billion.
GameStop — The meme inventory dipped 1.1% after hours. The online game retailer’s inventory worth soared in the course of the common buying and selling session, following Tuesday’s report that GameStop Chair Ryan Cohen on Tuesday purchased a further 100,000 shares. Cohen expanded his stake to 11.9% within the online game retailer.
Spotify — Shares for the streaming firm popped 6% following stories that Google will scale back app fee charges for Android builders, beginning with Spotify.