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  Keith Cunningham from South Carolina shops for Walt Disney apparel at the Bargain World gift shop located near Walt Disney World where its conducting a phased reopening from coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, July 11, 2020. Octavio Jones | Reuters Retail sales rose to a record level in July, recovering
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  Technicians work on machinery at the Applied Materials facility in Santa Clara, California. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Applied Materials — Shares of Applied Materials rose 1.2% in after-hours trading on the back of fiscal third-quarter results that beat analyst expectations.
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  Cisco logo exhibited during the Mobile World Congress, on February 28, 2019 in Barcelona, Spain. NurPhoto | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Cisco Systems — Cisco shares fell more than 6% in after-hours trading despite reporting fiscal fourth-quarter profit and revenues that topped analysts’ expectations. The results, though better
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  Mic’Kale Smith, who works as a security guard but has had to take time off to care for her son during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, wears a face mask as she shops with her son Da’Mier at the Tiger Market in Oxon Hill, Maryland, May 20, 2020. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters Consumer prices
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  CEO of Tesla Motors Elon Musk reacts following the company’s initial public offering at the NASDAQ market in New York June 29, 2010 Brendan McDermid | Reuters Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Tesla — The electric automaker jumped 7% in after hours trading after announcing a five-for-one stock split. Trading will begin
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  Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Casper Sleep – The mattress retailer reported a quarterly loss of 16 cents per share, 2 cents smaller than anticipated, with revenue beating forecasts as well. Casper Sleep was negatively impacted by pandemic-related store closures, but that was partly offset by increased e-commerce and retail
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  A Lyft logo is installed on a Lyft driver’s car next to an Uber sticker in Pittsburgh. Gene J. Puskar | AP Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Lyft, Uber — Shares of the ride-hailing duo dipped after a San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled that they convert California drivers from independent contractors to
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  Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Marriott – The hotel operator reported an adjusted quarterly loss of 64 cents per share, wider than the 42 cent loss predicted by analysts and the first quarterly loss for Marriott in nearly nine years. Marriott continues to suffer from the impact of a Covid-19 related
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  Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Booking Holdings (BKNG) – Booking Holdings lost $10.81 per share for its latest quarter, smaller than the loss of $11.50 predicted by Wall Street analysts. The parent of Priceline, Booking.com, Kayak and other travel services also saw revenue beat estimates, even as
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  Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Dropbox — The data services company’s stock fell 6% during extended trading despite beating analyst predictions for second-quarter financial results. Dropbox posted earnings of 22 cents per share excluding certain items, which was 5 cents higher than analysts expected, according to Refinitiv. The company recorded revenues
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  Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Hilton Worldwide (HLT) – The hotel operator lost 61 cents per share for the second quarter, wider than the 31 cents a share loss that Wall Street analysts had been anticipating. Revenue was also below estimates, with Hilton suffering from the pandemic-induced
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  Paul Zimmerman | Nasdaq | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Roku — Shares of the streaming platform fell 1% after the market closed. Roku reported second-quarter financial results after hours, posting a loss of 35 cents per share on revenues of $356 million, compared to predictions of analysts surveyed by
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