Take a look at the companies that are making headlines in after-hours trading:
Roblox – Roblox stock rose 30% on the online gaming platform’s quarterly results. The company reported revenue of $ 637.8 million for the period, up from the $ 636.5 million Wall Street estimated from Refinitiv.
TripAdvisor – The travel booking company’s stocks fell more than 9% in extended trading after TripAdvisor missed out on third-quarter sales and earnings estimates. The company made 16 cents a share of no items on sales of $ 303 million. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv expected the company to make 24 cents per share on sales of $ 304 million.
Robinhood Markets – Robinhood stock fell more than 2% after the company announced a data security incident. Robinhood said the breach occurred late on November 3rd and the third party was given access to a limited amount of personal information “for part of” [Robinhood’s] Customers.”
PayPal – The payment company’s stock rose 4% following PayPal’s third quarter results. The company earned $ 1.11 per share on an adjusted basis, beating Refinitv’s $ 1.07 expectation. However, sales fell short of expectations. The company reported sales of $ 6.18 billion, which is below the expected $ 6.23 billion.
Zynga – The gaming company’s shares rose more than 4% after Zynga’s profits. The company had third-quarter revenues of $ 668 million, up from $ 666 million analysts had expected, according to figures compiled by Refinitiv.
SmileDirectClub – The online dentistry company’s stock fell more than 23% after SmileDirect’s quarterly results. The company reported revenue of $ 138 million, according to StreetAccount estimates, down from an expected $ 182.5 million.
Disclosure: NBC Nightly News investigated SmileDirectClub’s customer complaints in 2020. The company accused NBCUniversal of disclosing false information about the company and charged $ 2.85 billion for defamation.