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Stocks Moving After Hours: Casey's, ADT, Forterra, F5 Networks, Deere, Stamps.com

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- Casey's General Stores (NASDAQ:CASY) shares fell after hours. The company said it earned $1.13 a share in the fourth quarter, ahead of the $1.05 estimate of analysts polled by Investing.com. Revenue of $2.05 billion missed the Investing.com consensus of $2.17 billion. The company guided slightly higher for the first quarter.

- Shares of security-systems company ADT (NYSE:ADT) fell nearly 10% after hours after reporting a loss of 4 cents a share in the fourth quarter, compared with a forecast for a profit of 12 cents, according to analysts polled by Investing.com. Revenue, however, rose 7.1%. It sees 2019 revenue at $4.9 billion to $5.1 billion.

- Forterra (NASDAQ:FRTA) slipped after hours after reporting a loss of 27 cents a share. The estimate from analysts polled by Investing.com was for a loss of 24 cents. Revenue was $331.16 million, down 6.1% from a year ago and missing the estimate of $360.57 million. The company makes pipe and other products for infrastructure projects.

- F5 Networks (NASDAQ:FFIV) shares fell 2% after hours after the networking and security company said it will buy privately held NGINX for $670 million.

- Farm-equipment giant Deere (NYSE:DE) shares were down slightly after it said February tractor and other agricultural equipment sales were in line in with industry results.

- Stamps.com (NASDAQ:STMP) shares rose 1.6% after hours. The company said it will start a $60 million stock buyback program. The move came after the company shares fell by more than half in a matter of days at the end of February. The decline came when the company announced the end of an exclusive deal with the U.S. Postal Service.

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