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Anthera Pharmaceuticals, Aeropostale, Adobe Lead Thursday's After-Hours Movers

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Civeo Corp (NYSE: CVEO) rose more than 5 percent to $3.95 after the bell Thursday. The company, which provides outsourced accommodations for employees of natural resource extraction companies, didn't issue news Thursday.

Anthera Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ: ANTH) rose about 4 percent to $6.50 in late trading. After the bell, the company posted data from a study of its prospective treatment for lupus erythematosus.

Aeropostale Inc (NYSE: ARO) jumped 3.5 percent to $2.07 in Thursday's extended session without an obvious catalyst. The shares are off 36 percent in the past four weeks.

Retrophin Inc (NASDAQ: RTRX) gained about 3 percent in the extended session to $34.49. The company said after the bell that it obtained fast-track designation for its treatment of pantothenate kinase-associated neurodegeneration, which affects between one and three persons per million.

Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ: ADBE) gained nearly 2.7 percent after hours Thursday on no obvious catalyst. Shares closed down earlier by 1.7 percent.

Vince Holding Corp (NYSE: VNCE) traded down about 10 percent to $13.68 in the late session. The apparel company posted first-quarter results and cut its outlook.

Zumiez Inc. (NASDAQ: ZUMZ) declined more than 8 percent in extended trading on a disappointing earnings forecast from the apparel company.

Esterline Technologies Corporation (NYSE: ESL) fell nearly 7 percent to $99.64. The aerospace and defense company posted lower second-quarter sales and adjusted its guidance downward.

Cooper Companies Inc (NYSE: COO) declined more than 5 percent to $171. The medical device maker missed second-quarter earnings expectations and cut its sales outlook.

VeriFone Systems Inc (NYSE: PAY) dropped nearly 2 percent to $37.61 in late trading Thursday. The retail payments device maker posted second-quarter earnings and an outlook.

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