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Stocks moving in after hours: Poshmark, Compass, Doximity

Yahoo Finance Live's Seana Smith looks at several trending stocks in the after-hours trading session.

Video transcript

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RACHELLE AKUFFO: Seana?

SEANA SMITH: All right. Let's take a look at some of the trending tickers after hours. We have three for you-- Poshmark, Compass, and Doximity. So let's kick it off with Poshmark, the company out with its most recent earnings. Q3 net loss widening for the company, but revenue did increase, up just about 11% from a year ago.

You're not seeing much of a reaction in the stock today, and that is because the company had announced that it was acquired by Naver Corp. They announced that back in the beginning of October. And you can see the jump on your screen there. That's a big reason why, over the past three months, the shares have soared just around 40%. The company's still saying that they expect that deal to close by the first quarter of next year. But again, revenue up 11% year over year.

Let's take a look at Compass. That stock off just about 48% over the past three months, moving here. After hours revenue down 14% year over year on lower market volumes. The company also cutting its full year guidance. The CEO saying that they-- that he, quote, "believes the housing market will remain a challenge next year," before we start to see a recovery. I mentioned that 48% drop that we've seen in the stock so far over the last three months. Year-to-date, it's off just about 73%.

And wrapping it up with the Doximity, that stock popping here. After hours shares surging just about 21%. The company beating on both the top and bottom lines. Also, the board authorizing $70 million share buyback program. The online health care platform stock is still off pretty significantly over the past three months, off just around 34% in the last year. You're looking at losses of just about 63%.