Stocks that make the biggest moves after the bell: Fisker, Aon, Twilio & more
Henrik Fisker (R) greets an attendee in front of his Fisker Ocean SUV at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 7, 2020.
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Check out the companies making headlines on Monday after the bell:
Fisker – Fisker shares fell 2.2% after the automaker posted a 63 percent per share loss in the previous quarter. The loss was greater than FactSet’s consensus analysts estimate for a loss of 19 cents per shre. The electric vehicle startup also reported sales of $ 22,000 and cash on hand of $ 985 million.
Aon – Aon’s stake rose 1.5% after a regulatory filing revealed Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway had an interest in the company as of March 31. Aon, which sells insurance, pension administration and other financial services, is based in London.
Twilio – Twilio shares rose on news that it is slated to acquire Zipwhip business SMS platform for $ 850 million in a mix of cash and stocks. The cloud communications company announced that Zipwhip will be expanding its high quality traffic and expects the deal to close by the end of this year.
Eastman Kodak – Eastman Kodak stocks fell after Reuters reported the New York attorney general was preparing to insider the company and an executive officer. According to the report, New York is preparing to charge chairman Jim Continenza of insider trading when he bought shares just before Kodak announced a tentative agreement with the Trump administration that would give the company $ 765 million in return for his Help in combating the Covid-19 pandemic would have been available. Eastman Kodak argued the allegations were unfounded.
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