Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Nordstrom, Urban Outfitters and more

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A pedestrian and cyclist wear facemasks outside a branch of department store chain Nordstrom in Santa Monica, California on May 11, 2020.
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell

Nordstrom — The retail stock dropped roughly 7% in after-hours trading after missing analysts’ first-quarter earnings expectations. Nordstrom reported a quarterly loss of $1.05 per share, while analysts expected a loss of 57 cents per share, according to Refinitiv. The company’s quarterly revenue of $3.01 billion beat the Street’s projection of $2.9 billion.

Urban Outfitters — Shares of the retailer jumped about 6% in extended trading after reporting better-than-expected quarterly earnings. Urban Outfitters posted first-quarter earnings of 54 cents per share, topping analysts’ estimate of 17 cents per share. The company reported revenue of $927.4 million, which exceeded Wall Street’s $900.1 million expectation.

Zscaler — The security company stock surged 8% after hours following better-than-expected third-quarter earnings results. Zscaler reported earnings of 15 cents per share compared with 7 cents per share expected, and revenue of $176.4 million, higher than $163.7 million estimated by analysts polled by Refinitiv.

Agilent Technologies — The manufacturing stock rose about 3% in after-hours trading after posting second-quarter adjusted earnings of 97 cents per share compared with the Street’s estimate of 83 cents per share, according to Refinitiv. Agilent’s quarterly revenue also topped analysts’ projection at $1.5 billion versus $1.4 billion expected.

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