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The cannabis company Tilray (NASDAQ 🙂 rose 3% after trading hours. He published a quarterly report broader than expected by Investing.com. Revenues of $ 15.5 million were slightly ahead of Investing.com's forecast, but increased by more than 200% over the same period last year, thanks to strong sales in bulk.
But perhaps the most exciting for investors, Tilray's CEO told CNBC that cannabis drinks could be on the shelves in Canada by October.
Things are fine for the pot, but not for the tacos, it's probably a rare event, but that happened after the bell when Del Taco restaurants (NASDAQ 🙂 plunged 7% after the normal hours.
The fast food company reported just below the consensus Investing.com, with online sales. But the profit forecast was a concern. According to Del Taco, earnings for fiscal 2019 would be between 47 and 52 cents per share, a result lower than S / P Capital IQ's forecast of 58 cents per share, according to Briefing.com.
And cosmetics company Revlon (NYSE 🙂 plunged 12% after the sale. The company reported a fourth quarter of 86 cents per share. That was well below the earnings forecast of 15 cents per share, but investors should take it with a grain of salt since only one analyst covers stocks and offers forecasts.
The company is still in the process of being audited and has stated that it "intends to disclose in its Form 108 of 2018 that it has identified a material weakness of its internal control over financial reporting at the end of 2018".
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