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Sportsman's Warehouse, Bob Evans, Peabody Energy Lead Tuesday's After-Hours Movers

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Sportsman's Warehouse Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: SPWH) rose nearly 5 percent to $12.50 a share at one point during Tuesday's after-hours session before falling back. The retailer closed up 4 percent earlier and traded recently at a new 52-week high on no obvious catalyst.

Bob Evans Farms Inc (NASDAQ: BOBE) picked up about 4 percent to $49.60 after the bell when the restaurant chain posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter results.

Peabody Energy Corporation (NYSE: BTU) gained about 4 percent to $2.49 in the extended session. The St. Louis-based coal mining company's shares are off more than 25 percent in the past five trading days.

Intercept Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ: ICPT) picked up about 2.7 percent in late trading to $256.20. The company didn't issue news.

Comfort Systems USA, Inc. (NYSE: FIX) gained 2 percent after hours to $23.16. The provider of heating, ventilation and air conditioning to commercial markets didn't issue news Tuesday.

Davids Tea Inc (NASDAQ: DTEA) dipped 11.6 percent to $25.77 after the Canada-based tea retailer posted quarterly results and an outlook.

Azure Midstream Partners, LP Common Units Limited Partnership (NYSE: AZUR) declined more than 10 percent to $13.90 in late trading Tuesday. The company announced an offering of 3.5 million units and predicted its June-quarter distributable cash flow per unit will be flat compared with the March quarter.

La-Z-Boy Incorporated (NYSE: LZB) fell more than 4 percent to $25.95 in the extended session after quarterly sales missed expectations.

Qihoo 360 Technology Co Ltd (NYSE: QIHU) declined more than 4 percent after the bell to $63.24. The China-based Internet services company didn't issue news.

Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARNA) fell nearly 4 percent to $4.24 in late trading when the company said its Chief Financial Officer Robert E. Hoffman will resign effective July 10 to pursue another opportunity in the biotechnology industry. Arena shares are off nearly 8 percent in the past three months.

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