Stocks making the biggest moves after the bell: Cisco Systems, Disney, Applied Materials & more

Chuck Robbins, CEO, Cisco Systems, talking at the World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, January 21, 2020.

Look at the organizations standing out as truly newsworthy night-time on Thursday:

Cisco Systems — Cisco shares energized almost 9% in night-time exchanging on the rear of better-than-anticipated outcomes for its monetary first quarter. The organization announced income per portion of 76 pennies on income of $11.9 billion. Experts expected a benefit of 70 pennies per share on income of $11.85 billion. Cisco additionally gave monetary second-quarter income direction that surpassed desires.

Disney — Shares of the media goliath popped 6% after Disney detailed 73 million paid news24nationrs for its web-based feature, Disney+. The organization likewise posted a more modest than-anticipated misfortune for the past quarter. Disney detailed lost 20 pennies per share on income of $14.71 billion. Experts expected lost 71 pennies per share on income of $14.2 billion.

Palantir — Palantir announced year-over-year deals development of 52% in its first income proclamation as a public organization. The information examination organization likewise climbed its entire year income direction. In any case, the stock exchanged over 3% lower night-time.

Solidarity Software — Unity shares fell over 3% even after the product organization detailed a more modest than-anticipated misfortune for the past quarter. The organization’s income additionally bested investigator gauges. Solidarity additionally gave better-than-anticipated income direction for the final quarter.

Applied Materials — The chipmaker’s stock was up over 2% in twilight exchanging on the rear of better-than-anticipated quarterly outcomes. Applied Materials detailed income of $1.25 per share on income of $4.69 billion. Experts expected a benefit of $1.17 per share on income of $4.60 billion. Income from the organization’s semiconductor frameworks division came in at $3.07 billion, beating a FactSet gauge.