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Stocks Moving After Hours: Autodesk, Nordstrom, Gap, Workday, Marriott, AMC

Investing.com - These stocks were active in postmarket trading.

- Autodesk (NASDAQ:ADSK) was up 2.5% after hours. The software maker reported earnings of 46 cents a share, up from a loss of 9 cents a share a year ago and beating the estimate of 42 cents, according to analysts polled by Investing.com. Revenue was $737.3 million, ahead of the estimate of $707.3 million.

- Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN) shares jumped 5.7% in postmarket trading. The upscale department store company reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings of $1.48 a share, beating the $1.42 estimate of analysts polled by Investing.com. Revenue, however, was $4.38 billion, missing the estimate of $4.69 billion and down 6.8% from a year ago.

- Gap (NYSE:GPS) shares shot up more than 25% after hours. The company will spin off its Old Navy business and close about 230 Gap specialty stores over the next two years. Gap earned 72 cents in the fiscal fourth quarter, ahead of the forecast of 68 cents of analysts compiled by Investing.com. Revenue of $4.62 billion missed the Investing.com estimate of $4.6 billion.

- Shares of Workday (NASDAQ:WDAY), which makes human-resources software available on the cloud, rose 2.1% after hours. The company said it earned 41 cents a share in the fourth quarter, ahead of the estimate of 32 cents from analysts polled by Investing.com and up from 28 cents a year ago. Revenue rose 35% from a year ago to $788.6 million, ahead of the Investing.com consensus estimate of $776.8 million.

- Marriott International (NASDAQ:MAR) shares fell 1.6% postmarket. The hotel management company said it earned $1.44 a share in the fourth quarter, beating the $1.39 estimate of analysts compiled by Investing.com. Revenue was $5.29 billion. The Investing.com estimate was $5.53 billion.

- AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) shares jumped 8.7% after hours. The movie-theater operator said it earned 43 cents a share in the fourth quarter, compared with an Investing.com estimate of 19 cents. Revenue of $1.41 billion was slightly ahead of estimates.

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