Facade with sign and logo at the La-Z-Boy furniture store in Pleasanton, California, April 16, 2018.
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Take a look at the companies making headlines in after-hours trading on Tuesday:
Oracle – The software company’s shares were down more than 2% despite better-than-expected results for Oracle in the fourth quarter. The company earned $ 1.54 per share, blank on sales of $ 11.23 billion. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv expected the company to make $ 1.31 per share on sales of $ 11.04 billion.
La-Z-Boy – La-Z-Boy made 87 cents in the fourth quarter of fiscal year, which was above the 74 cents per share that analysts surveyed by FactSet expected. The company’s revenue was $ 519.5 million, also above the expected $ 498.5 million. However, the stock lost 2%.
Roblox – The company’s shares fell more than 7% after Roblox said daily active users fell slightly in May. The online gaming platform company said it had 43 million daily active users in May. That is 28% more than last year, but 1% less than in April.
H&R Block – The shares of the tax consultancy even fell by 2% after the publication of better than expected quarterly figures. H&R Block earned $ 5.16 per share with no items, beating FactSet’s estimate of $ 5.06 per share. Revenue was $ 2.33 billion, slightly above the expected $ 2.32 billion. The company also announced that it would increase its dividend.
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