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United Airlines, Peloton, and Netflix shares slip in after-hours trading

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Yahoo Finance Live's Seana Smith examines several stocks in after-hours trading, including Tesla.

Video Transcript

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SEANA SMITH: Let's take a look at some of the afterhours movers that we are keeping a close eye on for you this afternoon. Tesla, we just talked about their earnings reports, shares paring that initial pop that we saw following their earnings release. Shares now up just about 2/10 of a percent in extended straight trading. They meet on revenue. They beat on earnings per share. Reaffirmed that delivery guidance, which we know was so important here to the Street, something that they were closely watching.

Taking a look at Netflix, that was a huge story all day today, with shares closing up at just around 7%, although you can see it taking a bit of a turn here afterhours. We saw the good news, if you want to call it that, from Netflix, the fact that they only lost a million subscribers last quarter. We saw that be enough for the Street. We saw shares pop and take the rest of the streamers with it, although in the afterhours, that stock giving up some of its gains.

Peloton was a huge mover today, as I scroll down and try to find where the stock is. But the shares closing up just about 10%. We can see right now, though, closing up about 17%, actually, on the day. Extended trading, though, off about 1.6%. This company has been beaten down on the Street over the last several months. Obviously, it was a favorite in the midst of the pandemic. Production issues, demand issues, a huge problem here for the company going forward. It did see some action, though, today, giving back some of those initial gains.

And also, let's take a look at United. We just had United out reporting earnings. You can see shares off just about 6% here afterhours. Total operating revenue up about 6%, compared to 2019. It expects an increase of 11% in the third quarter, although its second quarter capacity was down 15% compared to 2019. So we certainly have seen a return in demand. But when we compare it to thosoe pre-pandemic levels, United falling a bit short, part of the reason that we're seeing shares off just about 6 and 1/2%.