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Try the businesses making headlines after the bell:

Visa — Shares of the funds large rose 1% in prolonged buying and selling on Thursday after beating on the highest and backside strains of its quarterly outcomes. Visa reported earnings per share of $1.42 on income of $5.69 billion. Wall Avenue anticipated earnings of $1.28 per share on income of $5.53 billion, in response to Refinitiv. The corporate additionally introduced a $8 billion inventory buyback program.

GameStop — Shares of the online game retailer popped greater than 35% in after hours buying and selling after Robinhood informed purchasers it could resume restricted buying and selling of certain restricted securities on Friday. The inventory buying and selling app put restrictions on shares of speculative names like GameStop and AMC Entertainment on Thursday amid a retail buying and selling frenzy within the closely shorted names.

Mondelez — Mondelez noticed its shares rise 0.3% within the prolonged session after it reported earnings and revenues for the fourth quarter that topped analysts’ consensus expectations. The proprietor of the Ritz and Oreo manufacturers additionally stated on Thursday afternoon that it resumed its inventory buyback program in November, an indication the snacks large is extra upbeat about its enterprise regardless of the continued pandemic.

Western Digital – Shares of the info storage firm superior greater than 5% in prolonged buying and selling after Western Digital beat high and backside line outcomes through the second quarter. The corporate earned 69-cents per share excluding gadgets, which was forward of the 54 cents anticipated by analysts. Income got here in at $3.94 billion, whereas the Avenue had been in search of $3.88 billion.

Skyworks Solutions — Shares of Skyworks jumped 11% in prolonged buying and selling after reporting better-than-expected earnings. The corporate posted earnings of $3.36 per share, topping estimates of $2.08 per share, in response to Refinitiv. Skyworks made $1.51 billion in income, increased than the forecast $1.06 billion. The corporate additionally introduced a $2 billion inventory buyback program.

— with reporting from CNBC’s Pippa Stevens and Thomas Franck.