DocuSign shares rise after the company's strong Q1 earnings report. Vail Resorts stock slides after the company reported a drop in profit in its Q3 earnings. Yahoo Finance Live's Seana Smith breaks down the action.
SEANA SMITH: Let's take a look at two movers here after-hours, DocuSign and Vail. Kicking off DocuSign, that stock up just about 4% in extended trading. Strong results here from the company. They beat on earnings, double-digit revenue growth. Also, their guidance came in better than expected. Full year 2024 revenue guidance was raised there by DocuSign. MX Executive Anna Marrs has also been added to the company's board.
This is a stock that is up just about 5% so far since the start of the year. Over the last year, though, under significant amount of pressure, off just about 35%. So investors at least encouraged by the most recent results there that we got from DocuSign.
Flipping over to Vail. A bit of a different story there. Shares off nearly 3% in extended trading profit, falling here in its most recent quarter. Revenue was actually pretty decent, but Vail was hurt by the fact that some of its resorts, especially in the mid-Atlantic region and the Midwest, had to close early because of the climate here. Warmer-- warmer temperatures forcing them to close some of their ski resorts here. Year-to-date, the stock up just about 8% over the last year. We're looking at the stock essentially flat. So Vail Resorts off just about 3% in extended trading.