Lennar’s stock increased 2% after the company reported better-than-expected sales for the first quarter of its fiscal year. According to Refinitiv, Lennar reported $6.20 billion in revenue, which was higher than the $6.08 billion predicted. However, earnings per share fell short of expectations, which the business blamed on its investment portfolio.
PagerDuty – The cloud computing company’s stock rose 14% in the extended session after the company’s top and bottom lines topped expectations. On $78.5 million in revenue, the company lost 4 cents per share in the fourth quarter. Refinitiv polled analysts, who predicted a 6-cent loss per share and $76.1 million in revenue.
Williams-Sonoma posted stronger-than-expected earnings, a dividend raise, and a stock buyback plan, which boosted the retail stock by more than 7% in after-hours trade. According to Refinitiv, the company earned $5.42 per share in the fourth quarter, beating analysts’ expectations of $4.82. The company’s $2.5 billion in revenue was slightly lower than expected. The West Elm brand’s revenue increased by more than 18%.