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Stocks moving in after hours: AMD, Snap, Match Group, Electronic Arts, Amgen

Yahoo Finance Live co-host Seana Smith discusses stocks moving in after-hours trading.

Video transcript


SEANA SMITH: Let's take a look at some of the trending after-hours tickers. We have five for you-- Snap, AMD, Match, EA, and Amgen. Snap obviously under significant amount of pressure following their weak guidance for the current quarter, that stock off nearly 15%. AMD, they posted a beat on both the top and bottom lines. We're seeing that stock up nearly 3% in extended trading.

Let's take a closer look at Snap, shares off just about 7 and 1/2% here, a disappointing report from the company, revenue and EPS both missing the Street's expectations. Guidance-- first quarter revenue guidance also coming up a bit short, so that's placing some pressure on Match Group.

We're talking about Match Group right now, off just about 7%. Fourth quarter-- fourth quarter payers declining about 1% here, so it doesn't necessarily look like Match, the dating app, the dating scene is recession proof, looking at a 7% drop here in extended trading. Over the last three months, though, we're still looking at gains of just about 25%.

Let's take a look at EA, Electronic Arts, here, off also just about 7 and 1/2% here in extended trading. Current quarter and full-year net booking guidance coming up short. That, of course, is a big focal point here for the Street, for investors when they're digging through this report here from EA.

Also, another piece of bad news here. The new "Star Wars" game has been delayed to April, was initially expected to launch in March. We're looking at pressure on that stock here. Over the last three months, it didn't stray too far from the flat line, up just about 2%.

And rounding it out with Amgen, that stock off just a fraction here in extended trading. EPS $4.09, beating by a penny. Revenue, though, ticking down to $6.84 billion. A 4% boost in product sales was offset by slowing sales of the manufacturing related to COVID-19. We're looking at losses of just about 6% in the last three months. Over the last six months, taking a look at a bit of a longer-term chart, that stock is actually in positive territory, up just about 2%.