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Stocks Moving After Hours: Barnes & Noble, Rosetta Stone, American Eagle, GE

Investing.com - These stocks were active postmarket.

- Barnes & Noble (NYSE:BKS) was up nearly 5% after hours. The shares had fallen 8.7% in regular trading on a report that rival Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) was planning to build even more stores than it now has. The company reports earnings tomorrow.

- Guidewire Software (NYSE:GWRE) rose nearly 11% after hours after reporting non-GAAP earnings of 34 cents a share, beating the estimate of analysts polled by Investing.com by 15 cents. Revenue was $169.3 million, ahead of the $159.75 million estimate. The company also boosted its guidance for the fiscal third quarter.

- Rosetta Stone (NYSE:RST) shares moved higher postmarket. The maker of language learning and writing software reported a loss of 19 cents a share. Analysts polled by Investing.com were projecting the loss at 38 cents. Revenue of $44.57 million beat the estimate of $44.8 million.

- Shares of American Eagle Outfitters (NYSE:AEO) were off about 3%. The fashion retailer reported earnings of 44 cents a share. The estimate of analysts polled by Investing.com was 42 cents. Revenue of $1.24 billion missed the estimate of $1.26 billion. The company also offered softer-than-expected guidance.

- Biotech Allergan (NYSE:AGN) shares fell 1.9% after hours. The company said two Phase 3 trials of its anti-depression drug raspitinel did not deliver the results the company had hoped for.

- General Electric (NYSE:GE) was still slumping after hours after analyst Stephen Susa of JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM), a long-time critic, said his $6 valuation of the stock (a third lower than Wednesday's close) was generous.

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