Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: AMC, CrowdStrike and more

CrowdStrike IPO on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange June 12, 2019.

Source: Nasdaq

Check out the companies that are making headlines after the bell:

AMC Entertainment – AMC Entertainment was back on the move after a volatile trading session. Stocks fell 7% after hours after losing nearly 18% in the regular session. The cinema operator announced Thursday morning that it would sell 11.5 million shares, only to announce a few hours later that it had already completed its share offering and raised $ 587.4 million in additional capital.

CrowdStrike – The cybersecurity technology company’s stocks rose nearly 1% in expanded trading Thursday after reporting better-than-expected gains. According to Refinitiv, CrowdStrike earned 10 cents per share, more than the expected 6 cents per share. At $ 302.8 million, sales were above the expected $ 291.4 million.

DocuSign – The electronic signature company’s stocks rose more than 6% in expanded trading after outperforming quarterly revenue and bottom line earnings. DocuSign made 44 cents a share on revenue of $ 469 million. According to Refinitiv, analysts expected earnings of 28 cents per share on sales of 438 million US dollars. DocuSign also reported its revenue guidance for the second quarter and full year that were above estimates.

Broadcom – Broadcom shares rose marginally after the bell on Thursday on strong gains. Broadcom reported earnings of $ 6.62 per share on revenue of $ 6.61 billion. According to Refinitiv, analysts expected earnings of 6.43 US dollars per share on sales of 6.51 billion US dollars.

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