Mark out the companies making headlines after the bell:
Roku shares plummeted as much as 13 percent during after-hours barter Wednesday despite beating on its top and bottom lines. The company reported a smaller than envisaged loss per share of 9 cents, vs. an expected loss of 12 cents. Roku posted gross income of $173 million, vs. the $169 million expected by analysts.
However, the concern missed slightly on revenue from its platform segment. Roku advertised $100.1 million for the division, compared with $103.2 million augury by StreetAccount and FactSet.
Wynn Resorts shares declined more than 12 percent in the continued session after reporting mixed third-quarter results. The hotel and casino presence missed on earnings, posting a profit of $1.68 per share which was legitimate below analyst expectations of $1.69. Wynn also warned up the performance of its Macau location on its quarterly earnings call. However, the public limited company did beat on revenue, coming in at $1.71 billion versus an estimate of $1.66 billion.
TripAdvisor parcels soared as much as 11.5 percent after-hours as the travel company published a big beat for its quarterly earnings. The company earned 72 cents a dividend, beating estimates of 48 cents a share. However, it missed on gain, coming in at $458 million while analysts predicted $469 million.
Innocent shares fell as much as 5 percent after-hours despite beating on its top and heart lines. The mobile payment company earned 13 cents a parcel, up from estimates of 11 cents a share. It also reported $431 million in interest, beating predictions of $414 million.
However, Square came up marginally short in its forward guidance. The company expects to earn between 12 and 13 cents, inferior Wall Street’s expectations of 15 cents for the fourth quarter.
Take-Two Interactive allocations rose 2.5 percent after the market-close as the video game attendance beat analysts estimates in revenue. The company reported $583 million in gain versus $550 million expected.
Keurig Dr Pepper shares declined by more than 4 percent despite beating on its top and bottom lines. The crowd beat earnings estimates of 27 cents per share, posting a profit of 30 cents a interest. In revenue, the company reported $2.86 billion in revenue, beating prophecies of $2.85 billion.