Yahoo Finance Live's Seana Smith takes a look at several stocks trending in the after-hours trading session.
AKIKO FUJITA: Time now to take a look at some of the trending tickers moving after hours. Seana.
SEANA SMITH: Akiko, a number of names for you here. We have Urban Outfitters, Toll Brothers, Palo Alto Networks, and VF Corp. Kicking off with Urban Outfitters, we're looking at a gain of nearly 8% here in extended trading. The company beating on both the top and bottom line. The strength really from Anthropology and Free People.
Getting into some of those comp sales numbers. Free People was up 17% from a year ago. Anthropology up 13%. Also, Urban Outfitters making some progress when it comes to inventory. The inventory levels were off just about 6% on a year over year basis. This retailer has been an outperformer since the start of the year, up nearly 12% over the last year, up about 36%.
Flipping over to Toll Brothers. Giving us another picture of the homebuilders. Now that stock up just about 3% here. Pretty strong numbers from the company. They boosted their full year delivery guidance for the second quarter. They also beat expectations. Revenue was up 10% from a year ago.
Their CEO Doug Yearley was saying in this release that it is a healthier demand environment, very similar to what we have been talking about when it comes to the homebuilders. And they're seeing that demand from the second quarter, from their fiscal second quarter continuing into their fiscal third quarter here. So certainly welcome news here for shareholders. Year to date, the stock is up nearly 28%.
Cybersecurity play Palo Alto Networks. That stock up about 4% in extended trading. The company beating the Street's expectations. Billing growth of 26%. They also reiterated their full-year guidance, adding to those gains that we've seen of just about 36% since January 1. And VF Corp, the retailer.
Now, this is a name that has north face's in some of their brands. Vans as well, that's up about 4% here. One of the standouts in this report was Vans. The company is starting to see some progress in their turnaround efforts with that brand. They do expect Vans to return to growth in the second half of the year.
When it comes to their most recent quarter results, the adjusted earnings did beat revenue coming in line with expectations. Again, you're looking at a pop of about 4% which is very welcomed because that stock off over 30% so far this year.