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A customer wears a cart while leaving a Victoria & # 39; s Secret Stores LLC store, a subsidiary of L Brands Inc. in New York, USA, Wednesday, November 14, 2018. The Secret has been investigated for failing to keep up with changing consumer requirements, especially with issues of female empowerment and diversity. Photographer: Jeenah Moon / Bloomberg via Getty Images
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shares in Bookings Holdings dropped 10 percent in retrospective trading on Wednesday based on mixed fourth quarter earnings. The online travel company earned $ 3.21 billion in revenue, lacking Refinitiv estimates of $ 3.22 billion. Earnings per share were $ 22.49, beating the forecast $ 19.42.
Shares in Box thought 23 per cent in extended trading on Wednesday after the release of mixed fourth quarter earnings and weak guidance. The Sky Company reported earnings per share of 6 cents on revenues of $ 163.7 million. Analysts expected earnings per share of 2 cents on revenues of $ 164.2 million.
Fitbit shares fell more than 11 percent after hours Wednesday after giving weak first quarterly guidance. The company estimates sales between $ 250 million and $ 268 million, lower than expected $ 272 million, per Refinitv. Fitbit sees a loss of 22 to 24 cents per share in the quarter, steeper than the forecast loss of 15 cents.
The guide overshadowed Fitbits better than expected fourth quarter earnings. Turns on the top and bottom line, the company achieved earnings per share of 14 cents on revenue of $ 571 million. Analysts have expected earnings per share of 7 cents on revenue of $ 569 million.
Companies in Celgene dropped more than 8 percent after hours news that the investment company Wellington Management does not support the Bristol-Myers acquisition of the biotech company. In January, Bristol-Myers announced its plans to buy Celgene in a $ 74 billion cash and equity agreement.