Take a look at the businesses making headlines after the bell:
Tesla — Shares of the electrical car maker rose 4% in prolonged buying and selling after a better-than-expected earnings report. Tesla posted earnings of $3.22 per share on income of $18.76 billion. Analysts anticipated a revenue of $2.26 per share on income of $17.8 billion, in response to Refinitiv.
United Airways — The airline inventory rose 5.6% after hours regardless of first-quarter outcomes lacking estimates. United reported an adjusted first-quarter lack of $4.24 per share on income of $7.57 billion. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv had anticipated a loss per share of $4.22 on income of $7.68 billion. Nevertheless, United issued its strongest second-quarter steerage in historical past and stated it expects to be worthwhile in 2022.
CSX — Shares of the rail transportation firm added 2.2% in prolonged buying and selling after a quarterly income beat. CSX posted income of $3.41 billion versus $3.3 billion anticipated, in response to Refinitiv.
Carvana — Shares sunk about 24% after hours following a wider-than-expected loss per share. Carvana posted a lack of $2.89 per share versus the Refinitiv consensus estimate of $1.44 per share.
Lam Analysis — The semiconductor inventory fell 1.8% in prolonged buying and selling after a weak quarterly report. Lam Analysis reported adjusted third-quarter earnings of $7.40 per share on income of $4.06 billion. Analysts had anticipated a revenue of $7.51 per share on income of $4.25 billion, in response to Refinitiv.