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Netflix, United Airlines, Adobe and more

Netflix, United Airlines, Adobe and more

Netflix signs next to the Nasdaq market site in New York, United States, on Friday, January 21, 2022.

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Check out which companies are making the headlines in extended trading.

Netflix – Shares of the broadcasting giant surged more than 14% after the Tuesday bell after the company Better than expected profits and returns for the last quarter of a year. It also added a net 2.41 million global subscribers, more than double what it had forecast a quarter ago.

intuitive surgical — The medical equipment maker jumped 11% after the company reported slightly higher-than-expected quarterly earnings and revenue, according to FactSet. It also reported a growth in da Vinci’s actions of about 20% compared to the third quarter of 2021.

United Airlines The airline saw its shares rise more than 6% in after-hours hours following its quarterly results. unit revenue income 25% above 2019 levels. The company forecast another profit by the end of 2022 and said travel demand is growing even as airfares are rising.

Interactive brokers Interactive Brokers shares added 3% after the online broker reported third-quarter adjusted earnings of $1.08 per share, compared to FactSet’s estimate of 96 cents per share. Adjusted revenue was $847 million, while FactSet estimates it at $797.6 million.

GB Hunt Transport The transportation and logistics company’s shares gained more than 2% in extended trading after its quarterly earnings report. Earnings beat expectations by 12 cents a share, according to Refinitiv. Revenues were also higher than expected.

Adobe – Shares of the software company rose 3.2% after Adobe released financial goals for 2023 and maintained its forecast for the fourth quarter at a financial analysts meeting.

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