Pedestrians move in entrance of an Ulta Beauty retailer in New York.
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Check out the firms making headlines after the bell on Thursday:
Ulta Beauty – The magnificence retailer’s inventory dipped about 7% on the information that CEO Mary Dillon can be stepping down in June, with firm president Dave Kimbell taking her place. Ulta beat Wall Street estimates on earnings and income, however internet gross sales decreased 4.6% from the fourth quarter of 2019 partly attributable to pandemic lockdowns and a lower in cosmetics gross sales. Ulta logged earnings per share of $3.41 on income of $2.20 billion. Analysts polled by Refinitiv anticipated earnings per share of $2.35 on income of $2.08 billion.
DocuSign – DocuSign shares slid more than 4% regardless of the firm reporting fourth-quarter outcomes that topped analyst expectations. The firm reported earnings per share of 37 cents on income of $430.9 million. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv anticipated earnings per share of 22 cents on income of $407.6 million.
Poshmark – The e-commerce firm’s shares fell about 13% after Poshmark revealed a weaker-than-expected gross sales steering for the present quarter in the firm’s first quarterly outcomes since going public. CNBC doesn’t evaluate earnings per share outcomes with estimates for a corporation’s first report after going public. Poshmark posted income of $69.Three million for the fourth quarter. Analysts polled by Refinitiv anticipated a income of $68 million.
Funko – Shares of the toy firm climbed 9% after the firm posted better-than-expected outcomes for its fourth quarter. Funko experienced a lift in gross sales because of key merchandise traces like “The Mandalorian”, “Harry Potter” and “Marvel Comics” the firm mentioned. The toy firm logged earnings per share of 29 cents on income of $226.5 million. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv anticipated earnings per share of 14 cents on income of $195.7 million.