After-Hours Movers Led By Pioneer Energy, Weibo & Habit Restaurants
Pioneer Energy Services Corp. (NYSE: PES) picked up nearly 8 percent in the extended session Tuesday, changing hands recently at about $5.33 a share. The Texas-based oil-field services company closed down 7 percent compared with its price a week ago.
Mercer International Inc. (NASDAQ: MERC) rose more than 6 percent to $14.64 in Tuesday's extended session. The Canadian-based pulp manufacturer hit a 52-week high on Monday of $14.95.
Anthera Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: ANTH) picked up more than 6 percent to $5.80 after hours Tuesday. Shares of Anthera had fallen sharply on Monday on no apparent news.
Engility Holdings Inc. (NYSE: EGL) increased more than 4 percent, changing hands recently at $32.99. The government services provider has lost about 30 percent in value since posting fourth-quarter results last week.
Global Cash Access Holdings Inc. (NYSE: GCA) gained more than 4 percent in late trading to about $7.60 after the casino-industry service company posted fourth-quarter results.
Unit Corp. (NYSE: UNT) rose about 4 percent to $27.23 in late trading after closing down nearly 6 percent. The Oklahoma drilling company is off 12 percent in the past five trading days.
CONN'S Inc. (NASDAQ: CONN) ticked up more than 2 percent to $23.99 in the extended session after closing down more than 7 percent. The Texas-based consumer finance and retailing company on Thursday said same-store sales for February fell 5.8 percent.
Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P. (NYSE: SXL) dropped more than 5 percent to $41 a share in the extended session. After the bell the company launched a 13.5 million-unit offering to help repay outstanding amounts on its $1.5 billion revolving credit facility.
Weibo Corp. (NASDAQ: WB) declined more than 6 percent to $13.92 a share after the Chinese social media platform provider posted fourth-quarter results.
Habit Restaurants Inc. (NASDAQ: HABT) sank nearly 7 percent to $32.10 after posting its first quarterly earnings report since going public in November. The company forecast same-store sales growth of 2.5 percent to 3 percent, versus growth of 13 percent in the recent quarter.
Merrimack Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: MACK) dropped nearly 5 percent to $10.72 a share after closing down 6 percent. The stock hit a 52-week high last week of $12.50.
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