The RealReal, Planet Fitness, AMC and more

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Check out the companies making headlines on Monday after the bell.

Kansas City Southern – The railroad holding is up 6.2% after it was reported that the Canadian Pacific Railway plans to make an increased offer of $ 300 per share in a cash and share deal. People familiar with the situation confirmed the offer to CNBC on Monday.

AMC Entertainment – AMC stock rose 6.7% after it released its earnings report Monday afternoon. It reported a loss of 71 cents per share, which was less than what analysts were expecting 91 cents per share. The cinema chain reported revenues of $ 444.7 million, more than analysts’ expectations of $ 382.1 million. “AMC’s journey through this pandemic is ongoing and we are not out of the woods yet,” CEO Adam Aron said in a statement Monday.

The RealReal – The luxury goods brand’s stocks are down 5.7% after falling for the quarter, although they were still 97 cents below analyst estimates. The company had a strong gross merchandise value of $ 350 million, up 91% year over year, and said that when home appointments resume, units per appointment will exceed pre-pandemic levels. Nevertheless, the company missed the sales forecasts.

Planet Fitness – The discount fitness stock fell 4.3% after posting quarterly results. According to Refinitiv, Planet Fitness missed earnings per share by 2 cents but exceeded sales. The company also announced that it will expand its presence to Mexico and plans to open 80 new stores over the next five years.

Chegg – Education technology company Chegg is up 3% in expanded trading after a strong quarterly earnings report beat both earnings per share and sales. The company reported earnings of 43 cents per share, beating estimates by 6 cents.

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