After-hours buzz: UAL, AOB & more

Browse the companies building headlines following the bell Thursday:

American Outdoor Brands stock plummeted more than 13 percent following the bell. The gun maker published financial effects that beat Wall Street expectations, but slashed fiscal year 2018 outlook.

The business cut earnings instruction by near to 50 percent, citing what CEO James Debney called “challenging marketplace conditions” and declining wholesaler and retailer firearm orders.

Shares of United Airlines climbed more than 1 percent following the bell. The airline declared a fresh $3 billion show repurchase program, that may authorize the company to get back about 17 percent of its market show. The move follows a $2 billion repurchase method, introduced in July, that may finish Dec. 2017.

Shares of Cloudera jumped more than 5 percent in extended trading. The software company posted financial effects that beat Wall Street objectives, and updated fiscal time 2018 instruction to reflect its achievement.

Investors have been viewing Cloudera closely since its April IPO.

Finisar shares gained more than 2 percent on the extended program. The fiber optic supplier posted mixed third one fourth results, beating on income but posting revenue that missed Wall Street expectations.

Finisar stock is straight down about 40 percent year-to-date.

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