Check out the corporations making headlines after the bell on Tuesday:
Cal-Maine Foods — Cal-Maine Foods reported a shock revenue for its fiscal second quarter, sending the top off more than 2% after-hours buying and selling. The firm posted earnings per share of 25 cents on income of $347.3 million. Analysts polled by FactSet anticipated a lack of 8 cents pre share on income of $333.5 million. The firm's egg-dozen gross sales grew by 4.6% on a year-over-year foundation.
Myriad Genetics — Shares of the biotechnology firm rose almost 2% on information Myriad will discover "strategic alternatives" for its autoimmune enterprise. The firm can also be restructuring its worldwide operations.
Smart Global Holdings — Smart Global posted fiscal first-quarter earnings per share that had been higher than anticipated, lifting the computer-memory producer's top off by 2.4%. Smart Global reported adjusted earnings per share of 78 cents, topping a FactSet estimate of 70 cents per share. The firm additionally issued better-than-expected income steerage for the present quarter.
Nektar Therapeutics — Nektar shares slipped about 1% after the firm introduced Dr. Brian Kotzin will take over as interim chief medical officer, efficient instantly, changing present CMO Wei Lin.
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