Traders work on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Here are the stocks that hit the headlines after the business hours.
Virgin Galactic – The space exploration company’s shares rose 7% in expanded trading and gained 21.5% during market hours after Virgin Galactic announced on Feb. 13 that it would rerun a space flight test on Monday that it was scheduled to launch an all-civilian crew into space later this year.
GameStop – The video game retailer extended its slide after the bell and is down 9%. The stock lost more than 30% during Monday’s market hours after rising 400% last week.
Cirrus Logic – The semiconductor company’s shares fell 6.5% in expanded trading, despite Cirrus delivering better-than-expected results for the third fiscal quarter. According to Refinitiv, both earnings and sales were higher than the analysts expected, and the forecast for sales forward was roughly in line with the targets.
NXP Semiconductors – The chipmaker’s stock was down more than 2% after hours, although NXP posted better-than-expected sales in the fourth quarter. The forecast for the company was also higher than expected, according to FactSet.