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Thursday's After-Hours Movers: NeoPhotonics, Quality Distribution And More

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Costamare Inc (NYSE: CMRE) gained more than 23 percent to $24.59 in late trading Thursday. The Greek shipping company said Wednesday it would raise $100 million in an offering of series D shares.

NeoPhotonics Corp (NYSE: NPTN) jumped more than 26 percent to $7.25. The maker of integrated circuit modules said first quarter revenue grew 57 percent with an adjusted gross margin of more than 31 percent.

Imperva Inc (NYSE: IMPV) picked up about 12 percent, trading at $50.80. The data security company boosted its guidance and said first-quarter revenue grew 42 percent.

Solaredge Technologies Inc (NASDAQ: SEDG) rose nearly 10 percent to $29 after it said fiscal third quarter revenue grew 182 percent from a year earlier to $86.4 million. The company also posted its third consecutive quarterly profit.

Stamps.com Inc. (NASDAQ: STMP) rose 7 percent to $65 in the late session. The postal services company issued a positive report on first quarter results.

Tableau Software Inc (NYSE: DATA) picked up 8 percent, changing hands at $105. The company posted first quarter revenue growth of 75 percent to grew to $130.1 million. Its net loss widened to $0.14 a share, from $0.09 a year earlier.

Quality Distribution Inc (NASDAQ: QLTY) plunged 37 percent to $9.80. The chemical bulk tank truck operator closed down earlier Thursday by 66 percent at $15.75. Quality agreed Wednesday to be taken private for $16 a share by Apax Partners.

Planar Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: PLNR) tumbled 19 percent to $4.98. The electronic display products company said near-term revenue would be hurt by lower commercial and industrial orders from the oil industry, while digital display sales will suffer from a shift in the company's technology.

KEYW Holding Corp. (NASDAQ: KEYW) dipped about 17 percent to $7.17. The computer security company said its first-quarter net loss doubled to $0.16 cents a share.

Fluidigm Corporation (NASDAQ: FLDM) lost 13 percent, changing hands at $32.45. The microfluidic systems manufacturer said first quarter revenue failed to meet its expectations. It will register as a medical device manufacturer with the Food and Drug Administration in conjunction with its production genomics business.

BioScrip Inc (NASDAQ: BIOS) fell 9 percent to $4.41 after the bell. The home health care company's loss narrowed on revenue growth of 9.4 percent.

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