Chevy, Five Bottom, Chargepoint and more

Chevy, Five Bottom, Chargepoint and more

A dog sits outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) during Chevy Inc.’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) on Friday, June 14, 2019 in New York City, United States.

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Find out which companies are making headlines after the bell.

Charging points ChargePoint, which makes charging systems for electric vehicles, rose more than 13% in expanded commerce after reporting quarterly revenue of $ 56.1 million from $ 49.1 million. The company also provided strong revenue guidance for the third quarter and full year.

Chewy – Shares of the pet retailer took a 10% hit after releasing quarterly results. Chevrolet reported a loss of 4 cents per share, which was higher than the 2 cents expected by analysts. It also fell short of revenue expectations, bringing in $ 2.16 billion for the quarter, against estimates of $ 2.20 billion.

Five below – Shares of the tween-focused retailer fell nearly 9% after releasing quarterly results on Wednesday night. Its second-quarter profit was $ 1.15 per share, beating analysts’ estimates, but it missed revenue, bringing in $ 646.6 million over its forecast of $ 648.3 million. Five Bottom also provided a revenue forecast of $ 550 million to $ 565 million in the third quarter.

Okta – Okta shares slipped 3.5% despite posting strong quarterly results. The identity company reported a loss of 11 cents per share, although it was lower than analysts’ expectations of 24 cents. It also took in revenue, bringing in $ 315.5 million, compared to $ 296.5 million forecast by analysts.

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