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Bed Bath & Beyond, Horizon Global, Telenav, Ford and more - AFTER HOURS

Proactive takes a look at what was moving the dial after hours in New York

Ho ho.. Proactive takes a look at after hours trade in New York

Bed Bath & Beyond Inc (NASDAQ:BBBY) was making waves after the bell on Wednesday.

The home retailer initially jumped 7% but then went lower, shedding nearly 5%  to US$23.36 in New York, after posting third quarter results.


Discounting and promotions helped prevent sales falling but net income halved in the three months, compared to the same period last year.


Meanwhile, PG&E (NYSE:PCG) saw shares plunge over 12% at US$44.85 in extended trade as the natural gas giant revealed it would suspend its quarterly dividend, amid uncertainty related to the wildfires in the state of California.

Also, Horizon Global Corp (NYSE:HZN) shares gained 1.6% after the bell to stand at US$14.60 each.

The towing equipment company announced it settled a four-year-old dispute with rival Hopkins over patent rights to electronic brake controllers. It means, Hopkins will pay Horizon for a license on the patented controller.

Last but not least, Telenav Inc (NASDAQ:TNAV) shares added over 5% to US$ 5.05 after the in-car navigation and marketing company raised its second-quarter earnings and revenue guidance.

It comes after Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F), whose shares added 0.24% to US$12.75 in extended deals, extended an existing  agreement with Telenav until 2020.

The automaker said it will also use Telenav's technology for its vehicles in North America.

Quick facts: Bed Bath & Beyond Inc.

Price: 10.44 USD

Market: NASDAQ
Market Cap: $1.32 billion

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