Carvana, Block, Boeing and other stocks are experiencing the largest moments after hours

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Carvana --- Stock Increased 1.7%. According to a statement from CEO Ernie Garcia, the business will try to cut annual costs by an estimated $1 Billion Over the next six months. According to

Consensus projections from Refinitiv, the online dealer in used cars recorded a loss of $7.61 per share. Which was higher than the anticipated loss of $2.28 per share. Revenue from Carvana was 2.84 billion instead of the expected $3.1 billion. 

Block --- After Block announced higher than anticipated revenue in its fourthfourth - quater results, the stock of mobile payments increase by 6.5%. The companies $4.65 billion in revenue beat the $4.61 billion consensus forecast from Refinitiv. Block, however, came in low expectations, reporting adjust profit of 22 cents per share as opposed to the 30 cents per share that had been projected. 

Warners Bros. Discovery --- Following the release of disappointing results by Warner Bros. Discovery for its most recent quarter, shares decreased by almost 1% in extended trading. On $11.01 billion in revenue, the media and entertainment conglomerate recorded a loss of 86 cents per share. Refinitiv's survey of analysts predicted a loss of 22 cents per share on $11.36 billion in sales. 

Beyond Meat --- After the plant bases meat business 'Beyond Meat' reported a smaller than expected loss in its fourth quarter, despite having more than 20% lower sales, the company's shares increased by more than 20%. According to Refinitiv survey of analysts, Beyond Meat recorded a loss per share of $1.05 which was less than the $1.18 expected. In the contract to expectations of $75.5 million, the company's sales was 79.9 million. 

Boeing --- The Federal Aviation Administration informed CNBC on Thursday that Boeing briefly halted deliveries if it's 787 Dreamliners while it conduct additional analysis in a fuselage component, which caused the airline stock to decline by 3%.

AutoDesk -- Shares of Software company slid 3% after Autodesk gave a dovish earnings podcast for the first quarter. However Refinitiv reportes that the business outperformed analys's prediction for both the top and bottom lines for the fourth quarter. 

EOG Resources --- After EOG Resources revealed fourth - quarter per share earnings, excluding items, that fell shy of analys's forecasts, the energy stock dropped by 4%, According to Factset. But the business outperformed in terms of revenue. 

MercadoLibre --- In extended dealing the, South American e-commerce company's share increased 4%. On $3 billion in sales, MercadoLibre reported fourth - quarter profits of $3.25 per shares. According to Factset's survey of analysts, earning per share would be $2.42, and sales would total $2.96 billion. 

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