After ending the regular trading session with a gain of more than 6%, Herbalife, the healthshake and supplement maker, tanked in after hours trade after missing analyst estimates for both revenue and earnings per share. The company also offered disappointing forward guidance.
And investors are hanging up on Sprint, sending the stock plummeting in after hours action, after the wireless carrier reported quarterly results that missed analyst expectations. The company also announced it would cut 2,000 jobs.
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Taking a look at markets today, U.S. stocks finished mixed, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average ending the day in the red after hitting a new intraday high. Chevron and ExxonMobil were the biggest drags on the Dow today, as the prices of oil hit a more than two-year low and pulling the energy sector lower. Meanwhile, tech favorites Apple and Alibaba hit all-time highs today.
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