Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Oracle, Boeing and more

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Mark Hurd, CEO of Oracle Corp. 

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Mark Hurd, CEO of Oracle Corp. 

Take a look at the companies making headlines after the bell:

Oracle shares rose as a lot as 3.6 % throughout after hours trading Monday as the company beat expectations on each earnings and income. The pc know-how company earned 80 cents per share, while analysts anticipated 78 cents per share. It additionally beat income expectations of $9.52 billion, reporting $9.57 billion in revenue.

Boeing shares rose 1.2 % after hours as the corporate announced it will increase its quarterly dividend 20 percent to $2.05 per share. It should additionally improve its share repurchase program to $20 billion, up from its unique plan of $18 billion.

Qualcomm's inventory rose as much as 2 % after the market close on Monday. Earlier within the day, the chipmaker introduced a new modem for Web of Issues purposes, because the communications business prepares to transition to a 5G mobile network. The purposes embrace asset trackers, well being screens, safety techniques, sensible metropolis sensors and sensible meters. This modem is 50 % smaller than its predecessor and would scale back energy consumption by up to 70 %.

Heico shares rose greater than 2.7 % because it beat expectations in revenue in its quarterly earnings. The aerospace and electronics company reported $477 million in revenue. Analysts expected $463 million.

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