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Stocks to watch: Booking, eBay, Clorox, Lucid

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Yahoo Finance Live anchor Seana Smith highlights which stocks to watch in after-hours trading, including Booking, eBay, Clorox, and Lucid.

Video Transcript

SEANA SMITH: A couple of names here to keep in mind in after hours trading. Booking out with its quarterly results. You can see the shares of just about 4%. Right now a mixed report here from Booking adjusted EPS beating the Street's expectations $19.08. Revenue though a bit light 4.29 billion. It expects though record 3Q revenue. So the outlook there strong for Booking. Nights sold during the most recent quarter 246 million. The estimate there was for 239 million, so better than what the Street was looking for. Room nights surpassing 2019 levels for the first time during the quarter.

Let's take a look at eBay. EBay shares moving to the upside. Up just about 2%. Jumping on its 2Q beat here. Now net revenue $2.4 billion, better than what the Street was looking for. Adjusted EPS of $0.99, maintaining their quarterly dividend at $0.22 gross merchandise volume. A number here that the Street was paying very close attention to coming in at 18 and 1/2 billion.

Let's take a look at Clorox. Clorox under pressure, off just about 6% here after-hours. Inflation weighing on the business falling after adjusted EPS forecast misses the Street's expectations. Full year 23 adjusted EPS now expecting between 3.85 and 4.22. The estimate was for 5.26. So falling a bit short there. Their CEO saying that fiscal year '23 the environment remains, quote, "Very difficult." For the quarter, adjusted EPS $0.93 in line with expectations, sales missing the Street's expectations.

Lucid, you can see shares reacting to this here. Off just about 11%. A lot of this move to the downside has to do with their updated production. They have cut their production target in about half for 2022. Now seeing between 6,000 and 7,000 vehicles produced during the year. Revenue also coming in a bit light just over 97 million.