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A customer carries a basket while he leaves a Victoria's Secret Stores LLC, a subsidiary of L Brands Inc., in New York, United States, on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Victoria & # 39; Secret is under surveillance for not keeping pace with the changing demands of consumers, including those of women's empowerment and diversity. Photographer: Jeenah Moon / Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Square's shares lost more than 6% over the extended trading period on Wednesday, on the basis of weak first-quarter expectations, despite the company's better-than-expected fourth quarter results. Popping on the up and down, the mobile payment company reported earnings per share of 14 cents on a $ 464 million business figure. Wall Street expects earnings per share of 13 cents on a $ 454 million business figure, according to Refinitiv consensus estimates. Fourth quarter Square business revenue for subscriptions and services was $ 194 million, up 144%.
Square has released slight forecasts for the first quarter: a profit per share of between 6 and 8 cents, against an estimate of 11 cents. The company's revenues are between $ 472 and $ 482 million, in line with the expectations of the street. The stock is up about 41% since the beginning of the year.
Shares of HP Inc. were down more than 9% after the close of trading on Wednesday based on the company's first quarter results. Revenues were $ 14.71 billion, excluding Refinitiv's estimated $ 14.86 billion. Earnings per share were in line with estimates at 52 cents.
Booking Holdings' shares fell 10% after normal business hours on Wednesday, on the basis of mixed results in the fourth quarter. The online travel company reported revenues of $ 3.21 billion, but Refinitiv estimates do not reach $ 3.22 billion. Earnings per share were $ 22.49, exceeding the forecast of $ 19.42.
Box's shares climbed 23 percent on Wednesday in prolonged trading after the release of mixed Q4 results and weak forecasts. The cloud computing company reported earnings per share of 6 cents on a $ 163.7 million business figure. Analysts were forecasting earnings per share of 2 cents for a $ 164.2 million business figure.
Fitbit shares fell more than 11% after working hours Wednesday after giving weak forecasts for the first quarter. The company estimates its turnover at between $ 250 million and $ 268 million, which is less than the $ 272 million Refinitv expects. Fitbit records a loss in the first quarter of 22 to 24 cents per share, higher than the expected loss of 15 cents.
The forecast overshadowed the better than expected Fitbit results for the fourth quarter. Surpassing profit margins, the company posted earnings per share of 14 cents for a business turnover of $ 571 million. Analysts expect earnings per share of 7 cents on a turnover of 569 million dollars.
Celgene shares have fallen more than 8% after normal market hours to the news that Wellington Management investment company does not support the Bristol-Myers acquisition of the biotech company. In January, Bristol-Myers announced plans to buy Celgene in a $ 74 billion cash and stock transaction.