BlackRock: The investing giant’s profit fell during the third quarter, though revenue came in ahead of analysts’ estimates.
Delta Air Lines: The carrier said persistent appetite for travel in the recent quarter helped it recoup higher costs while still filling seats. Its shares climbed 4.3% premarket.
Walgreens Boots Alliance: The drugstore chain’s shares jumped 4.9% premarket after it reported a drop in profit and sales but beat expectations.
Fastenal: The maker of fasteners and other industrial and construction supplies reported higher earnings in the recent quarter. Its shares added 0.9% premarket.
Domino’s Pizza: The pizza chain’s shares jumped 6.8% premarket after better-than-expected revenue in the recent quarter offset weaker-than-expected profit.
Kohl’s: An activist investor that has long targeted Kohl’s is ratcheting up the pressure, calling on the department-store chain to make changes to its board or face another proxy fight. Its shares added 2.2% premarket.
Duck Creek Technologies: The insurance-industry services provider reported a 14% jump in revenue and a narrower loss for the recent quarter. Its shares climbed 8.6% off hours.
U.S. Steel: The United Steelworkers union remains divided with United States Steel over wages and other major issues, the union said. The steel maker’s shares slipped 0.7% premarket.
Source By: wsj