There were 17 large-cap companies that posted their quarterly earnings reports prior to Monday’s market open, and the results were received as generally mixed. Eight of the companies beat estimates while nine missed. With Monday’s trading day now at a close, several more large-cap companies are stepping forward with their quarterly reports. How these companies will be received may not be known for sure until midday Tuesday, but we can give you a peek into what’s in the numbers with this daily after-hours recap.
Humana (NYSE:HUM) hit its roughest patch after the closing bell, when its earnings report recorded an EPS of $2.16 and revenue of $9.7 billion. The company lowered its own guidance down to an EPS of $6.90-$7.10 for the year, from $7.38-$7.58 previously and Street estimates of $7.93. After-hours, the stock is down 10 percent to $63.60.
Hertz (NYSE:HTZ) reported mixed signals for its earnings, with EPS of 35 cents beating estimates by 3 cents, but revenue of $2.2 billion missed by $20 million. Shares were up slightly during the day to $11.50.
Texas Roadhouse (NASDAQ:TXRH) shares were down slightly on the day, then the restaurant chain reported quarterly EPS of 28 cents (beating estimates by 4 cents) and revenue of $320 million, which was in-line with estimates. The stock rose immediately after-hours, but then retreated, down less than 1 percent from the close to $17.95.
Cirrus Logic (NASDAQ:CRUS) was already p about 3 percent on the day, but then when it posted an EPS of 22 cents, revenue of $99 million and gave future quarterly guidance that was $40-$60 million more than estimates, investors got excited after-hours. Shares after the close shot up more than 16 percent to nearly $34.75.
Hologic (NASDAQ:HOLX) reported a quarterly EPS of 35 cents, which beat estimates by 1 cent, but revenue of $470 million missed by $6 million. The stock was donw 1.6 percent on the day, and fell slightly more after-hours to about $18.25.
Seagate Technology (NASDAQ:STX) recorded EPS of $2.41 and revenue of $4.5 billion, but those numbers missed estimates by 10 cents and $80 million, respectively. Stock was up 1.4 percent during the day, but has given it all back after-hours, falling 3.7 percent to about $29.30.
PMC-Sierra (NASDAQ:PMCS) posted green numbers, with EPS of 9 cents and revenue of $138 million topping estimates by 1 cent and $2 million, respectively. However, the stock dropped slightly during the day and added to its losses after-hours, falling 3.3 percent after the close to about $5.75.
Anadarko Petroleum (NYSE:APC) posted mixed results in its report, as the company reported EPS of 85 cents which shattered estimates by 8 cents, but revenue of $3.22 billion missed by $160 million. After edging higher on the day, Anadarko stock was sitting at $71.75 after-hours.
Vertex Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:VRTX) missed on its earnings report, with EPS of 46 cents and revenue of $418 million missing estimates by 13 cents and $4 million respectively. However, the stock moved more than 5 percent higher from its close after the company announced good results from a study of its Hepatitis C drug, ALS-2200.
Extra Space Storage (NYSE:EXR) surpassed expectations when it reported funds from operations (FFO) o f38 cents and revenue of $9 million that beat the estimates by 3 cents and $8 million, respectively. The stock was down slightly during the day, to just more than $32.
Allison Transmission (NYSE:ALSN) had a positive day, then it reported EPS of $2.21 and revenue of $559 million. After being up 1.6 percent during the day, the stock was moving up another 1.7 percent after-hours to $18.70.
Herbalife (NYSE:HLF) was down about 2 percent on the day, then it reported EPS of 10 cents and revenue of $1.03 billion, which beat estimates by 4 cents and $23 million. Also, the company raised its guidance and announced a buyback of $1 billion in shares. After-hours, the stock was 4 percent higher at $53.80.
Superior Energy Services (NYSE:SPN) posted mixed results in its report, with EPS of 83 cents beating estimates by a penny, while revenue of $1.24 billion was $40 million off. The stock is down nearly 4 percent from its market close, to $22.40.
Acxiom (NASDAQ:ACXM) saw its price drop nearly 1.5 percent during the day to about $15.90, but the company ended on a good note for Tuesday’s trading when its earnings report showed EPS of 17 cents and revenue of $272 million topped estimates by 7 cents and $3 million.
PartnerRe (NYSE:PRE) finished an uneventful trading day on a good note when it announced its quarterly EPS at $2.20, which shattered estimates by 25 cents. after being slightly lower at the close, the stock recovered its losses by gaining slightly back to $74.80, near its Monday open.
General Cable (NYSE:BGC) recorded an EPS of 74 cents and revenue of $1.48 billion in its earnings report, beating the EPS estimate by 1 cent but falling $110 million short in revenue. Stock was down 1.2 percent to about $27.60 prior to the report’s release.