Investing.com - Stocks moving or active after hours:
IBM (NYSE:IBM) shares rose as much as 7% as earnings and revenue were a touch better than expected. IBM 's cloud-computing business, a key to its future, produced decent results. At 5:55 PM ET (22:55 GMT) shares were at $129.07, up 5.4%.
Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) shares were 2% lower at $53.20 as the company presents its defense in an antitrust case brought by the Federal Trade Commission. The company scored a point last week when an Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) executive conceded Qualcomm chips were the only chips that met Apple standards as Apple transitioned to 4G capabilities.
Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ:HA), parent of Hawaiian Airlines, were flat at $32.72 after hours despite a report that airline bookings are strong despite the partial shutdown of the U.S. government.
Capital One Financial (NYSE:COF) shares were off 4.7% to $79.50 after hours after the company's fourth-quarter earnings missed Street estimates. Capital One reported adjusted earnings of $1.87 a share. Analysts had expected $2.39. Revenue was off as well.
EHealth (NASDAQ:EHTH) jumped as much as 9% after hours to $49.55. The company expects fiscal-fourth-quarter revenue of $133 million to $135 million, much better than the Street estimate of $110.6 million. Full-year guidance was strong, too. Earnings will be released in late February.