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Below is a list of Friday's most notable after-hours movers; each is worth watching heading into next week.

New York Times Co (NYSE: NYT) jumped more than 9 percent in Friday's extended trading to $14.86. A late report Friday from Dow Jones detailed Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB)'s offering to let publishers keep all revenue from certain advertisements, which in turn, would persuade them to distribute content through the social network.

Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc (NYSE: DO) rose 3 percent to $34.50 in late trading Friday. Oil prices rallied this week, but futures prices for oil delivered at the end of 2017 remain semi-fixed a little over $70 a barrel, Reuters reported Friday.

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Civeo Corp (NYSE: CVEO) gained nearly 3 percent after the bell to $4.63. The company, which provides oilfield and mining services, closed up more than 30 percent for the week and announced earnings Thursday.

BioCryst Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: BCRX) gained nearly 3 percent in late trading to $9.61 on no obvious catalyst. The company is slated to post quarterly results May 8.

Sarepta Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ: SRPT) picked up 2.6 percent after the bell, trading at $13.06. The company, which posts earnings next week, closed up about 4 percent Friday and didn't issue any news.

Merrimack Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ: MACK) gave back nearly 4 percent in late trading Friday, changing hands at $11.92. The shares closed up more than 7 percent on no news.

Banco Latinoamericano de Comercio Exterior SA (NYSE: BLX) dropped nearly 4 percent after the bell to $31. The Panama-based company didn't issue news.

ClubCorp Holdings Inc. (NYSE: MYCC) fell 3.6 percent to $21.89 during the extended session Friday. The operator of golf and college alumni clubs closed up 3.75 percent and posted earnings Thursday.

JinkoSolar Holding Co. (NYSE: JKS) dipped 2.7 percent in late trading to $27.99 after closing up about 3 percent. The China-based solar power company issued no news.

Scorpio Bulkers Inc (NYSE: SALT) fell 2 percent to $2.41 after hours Friday. The maritime shipper with offices in Monaco and New York didn't issue news.

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