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Check out the companies making headlines in Friday’s midday trades.
Ulta Beauty – The beauty retailer is up 10% after better-than-expected quarterly earnings and revenue. Ulta Beauty also shared a better-than-expected outlook for the entire year.
American Eagle – Shares fell 4.2% after the retailer reported weaker-than-expected quarterly revenue. American Eagle reported $1.055 billion in revenue against Refinitiv’s consensus estimate of $1.142 billion.
Autodesk — Shares rose nearly 9% after the software company reported earnings and revenue that beat analysts’ expectations. Autodesk reported total net revenue of $1.170 billion, better than Refinitiv’s consensus estimate of $1.145 billion. The company’s earnings came in at $1.43 a share, beating expectations by 9 cents a share.
Large Lots – Stocks are down 10% after the discount reported a loss of earnings. Big Lots cited inflationary pressures in issuing a weaker full-year guidance. The company’s comparable store sales also fell more than expected.
Pinduoduo – Shares rose 10% after the Chinese e-commerce company released quarterly results that beat expectations. Pinduoduo also reported 7% in active buyers year-on-year.
Dell — Shares in the IT company rose 12.5% after higher-than-expected earnings and revenue for the previous quarter. The computer hardware maker said it has benefited from a jump in demand for desktops and laptops by business customers.
Red Robin – Red Robin Gourmet Burgers shares rose 19.6% after the restaurant chain beat revenue estimates and shared a smaller-than-expected loss in the recent quarter. Comparable store sales increased 19.7% year-over-year, beating StreetAccount’s forecast of 17%.
Marvell Technology – Shares rose nearly 5% after the company reported earnings that beat expectations. Marvell Technology reported earnings of 52 cents per share on revenues of $1.447 billion. Analysts polled by Refinitiv had expected earnings of 51 cents a share on revenue of $1.427 billion.
Workday – Shares tumbled more than 6% after the human capital management firm reported below-expectations earnings. Workday reported earnings of 83 cents per share, which was lower than Refinitiv’s consensus estimates of 86 cents per share.
— CNBC’s Tanaya Macheel, Hannah Miao and Samantha Subin contributed reporting.