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KB Home Climbs in After-Hours Trading; Boeing Slips

Investing.com - These stocks were active postmarket.

KB Home (NYSE:KBH) rose 2% after hours.

The company reported mixed results, with earnings of 31 cents per share handily topping the consensus forecast compiled by Investing.com, but revenue of $811.5 million falling short.

Deliveries of homes came in at 2,152, shy of the FactSet consensus of 2,187. But net orders of 2,675 topped expectations of 2,576.

Footwear retailer Shoe Carnival (NASDAQ:SCVL) popped 15% higher postmarket following solid quarterly results and reaffirmed full-year guidance.

The company earned 9 cents per share in its fiscal fourth quarter, topping expectations of 6 cents per share. Sales of $234.7 million were just ahead of forecasts.

Shares of Boeing (NYSE:BA) were active postmarket, most recently down 0.65% after reports that a 737 Max 8 jet operated by Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV) had to make an emergency landing in Orlando due to an overheated engine. The plane, carrying two pilots, was being moved to California for repositioning.

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