Companies trading higher in after hours in reaction to earnings: STRI +17.7%, MCP +1.0%, EDG +0.1%
Companies trading higher in after hours in reaction to news: CNP +4.1% (CenterPoint, OGE Energy (OGE), and ArcLight Capital to combine assets to form midstream partnership), RITT +3.4% (strengthened capital structure through debt-to-equity conversion transaction), STP +3.0% (responded to NYSE inquiries related to unusual trading; management is not aware of indusclosed events tha triggered decline in the stock), BAC +2.9% (Federal Reserve approved co's capital plan; announced plans to repurchase up to $5 bln in common shares and redeem ~$5.5 bln in preferred stock), DFS +2.9% (received Federal Reserve approval of capital plan; announced $2.4 bln share repurchase program, plans to increase quarterly dividend 42.9% to $0.20 from $0.14 per share), RF +2.2% (received Federal Reserve approval of capital plan; announced increase in quarterly dividend and $350 mln share repurchase), WPC +1.6% (increased quarterly dividend by 24% to $0.82 per share)
After Hours Losers:
Companies trading lower in after hours in reaction to earnings: GLDD -33.1%, ULTA -14.8%, COSI -12.8%, STEC -11.1%, LPR -10.3%, ARO -7.3%, CPE -7.0%, KKD -5.0%, ZUMZ -0.9%, BTH -0.1%
Companies trading lower in after hours in reaction to news: PCXCQ -4.8% (filed motion with the Bankruptcy Court to modify collective bargaining agreements and retiree healthcare benefits; files lawsuit against Peabody Energy (BTU)), CRDC -3.6% (announced proposed public offering of common stock, size not disclosed), BBT -3.0% (received Federal Reserve approval of capital plan; to continue $0.23 dividend), CMA -2.3% (announced Federal Reserve approval of capital plan; plans up to $288 mln in equity repurchases), JPM -2.0% (announced it will submit an additional capital plan by the end of the third quarter addressing the weaknesses identified in the Firm's capital planning processes), GS -1.8% (announced it will resubmit its capital plan by the end of the third quarter, incorporating certain enhancements to its stress test processes), STT -1.4% (received Federal Reserve approval of capital plan; announces authorization to purchase up to $2.1 bln of common stock)
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