Among the companies with shares expected to actively trade in Tuesday's session are Seagate Technology Inc. (STX), Anheuser-Busch InBev N.V. (BUD, ABI.BT), and Coach Inc. (COH).
Seagate reported record fiscal fourth-quarter revenue but tempered its sales growth expectations for the calendar year as demand softens and hard-disk drive rivals recover faster than anticipated from severe Asian flooding. Shares fell 9.2% to $27.64 in premarket trading.
Anheuser-Busch InBev posted a forecast-beating rise in profit but said consumption slipped, dragged down by its key North American market. The world's biggest brewer by sales also missed on second-quarter revenues. Shares fell 3.4% to $78.30 premarket.
Despite topping sales expectations for fiscal fourth-quarter, shares of high-end leather goods maker Coach traded lower premarket after the company described fiscal 2013 as "an investment year" in which it will accelerate the acquisition of domestic-retail operations in key Asian markets, including those in Malaysia and Korea. Shares fell 15% to $51.45 in premarket trading.
Humana Inc. (HUM) reported weaker second-quarter earnings, pressured by a recent legal settlement, while cutting its full-year forecast because of high costs for both new and existing customers on Medicare plans. Shares were off 9% to $64.22 premarket.
Shares of Germany's Deutsche Bank AG (DB, DBK.XE)traded higher premarket after the company announced cost-cutting measures. Although the bank posted disappointing second-quarter results, it reported a plan to cut 1,900 jobs, predominantly outside of Germany. Shares rose 2.8% to $31.13.
Dendreon Corp. (DNDN) unveiled restructuring plans that include cutting more than 600 jobs over the next year as the pharmaceutical company continues to lose money due to slow sales of its prostate-cancer treatment. Shares of the company sank 15% to $5.26 in premarket trading.
Revenue-manager Accretive Health Inc. (AH) said it reached a $2.5 million settlement with the Minnesota Attorney General's office over an ongoing lawsuit and said it voluntarily decided to cease all its operations in Minnesota. Shares climbed 22% to $12.25 premarket.
Cirrus Logic Inc.'s (CRUS) fiscal first-quarter income dropped 25% as the chip maker saw higher expenses mask stronger revenue, bolstered by growth in its audio products segments. But shares jumped 21% premarket to $36.10 after the company predicted strongly upbeat fiscal third-quarter revenue and narrowly beat earnings expectations for the latest period.
RealD Inc.'s (RLD) fiscal first-quarter income fell 69% as the 3-D technology company's margins suffered on higher licensing and product costs. Shares plummeted 27% to $9.25 in premarket trading as results missed analyst expectations.
CafePress Inc.'s (PRSS) second-quarter loss widened on higher marketing costs and the e-commerce company offered a downbeat outlook for the second half of the year. Shares fell 37% to $8.69 in premarket trading.
Herbalife Ltd.'s (HLF) second-quarter profit rose 20% as the nutrition company saw broad-based growth in sales volume. The company also raised its full-year earnings outlook. Shares rose 6.8% to $55.19 in premarket trading.
Semiconductor- and LED-equipment maker Kulicke & Soffa Industries Inc. (KLIC) beat analyst expectations. Although the company reported weaker results than a year earlier for its latest quarter, performance surged from the winter and allowed the company to become debt-free. Meanwhile, the company anticipates revenue this quarter to be sharply above prior-year levels. Shares rose 14% to $11.19 premarket.
Shares of Cobalt International Energy Inc. (CIE) surged 16% to $28 despite reporting a wider-than-expeted loss for the second quarter as investors looked instead to successful preliminary findings at the company's Cameia-1 exploration well in Angola.
Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (APC) swung to a loss in the second quarter as the oil-exploration company was hurt by a $978 million write-down related mostly to coalbed-methane properties at a time of low natural-gas prices.
Eastman Chemical Co.'s (EMN) second-quarter earnings fell 19% as the chemical-and-materials maker reported acquisition costs and weaker revenue in several of its businesses.
Fiserv Inc.'s (FISV) second-quarter earnings increased 79% as a loss from early debt extinguishment weighed on the financial technology provider's year-ago results and as revenue increased. Adjusted profits beat analyst expectations.
Flowserve Corp.'s (FLS) second-quarter earnings rose a better-than-expected 8.7% as the valve-and-pump maker reported improved sales in all three major segments, led by its engineered-product division.
Forest Oil Corp. (FST) swung to an unexpected loss in the second quarter amid a ceiling test write-down related to low natural-gas prices as the exploration-and-production company was also hurt by lower revenue. Shares slipped 9.4% to $6.40 after hours.
Hertz Global Holdings Inc.'s (HTZ) second-quarter profit jumped 69% due to stronger sales for car and equipment rentals, while higher volume and cost-control initiatives also helped bolster the bottom line.
Hologic Inc.'s (HOLX) fiscal third-quarter earnings fell 35% as the health-products company was hit by higher acquisition-related charges and other items. However, adjusted earnings improved.
Masco Corp. (MAS) swung to a second-quarter loss, as a large litigation settlement charge weighed down the period.
Natural-gas exploration company McMoRan Exploration Co. (MMR) said it will delay a flow test previously scheduled for this week at its Davy Jones No. 1 well until a later date sometime in August, saying a seal assembly located at about 16,400 feet needed to be replaced.
PartnerRe Ltd.'s (PRE) second-quarter profit rose 42% as the reinsurer logged fewer expenses and saw growth in premiums written.
Plum Creek Timber Co.'s (PCL) second-quarter earnings fell 18% as the real-estate investment trust saw higher costs outpace improved revenue.
PMC-Sierra Inc.'s (PMCS) second-quarter profit rose 58% as a recovery of income taxes boosted the chip maker's bottom line, though revenue and adjusted profits slipped from a year earlier. The company issued downbeat guidance for the current quarter.
Post Properties Inc.'s (PPS) second-quarter earnings more than doubled as the real-estate investment trust's occupancy and rents strengthened. The company again raised its full-year view for funds from operations.
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. (REGN) said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration didn't approve its Arcalyst drug as a treatment for gout and said the agency needs additional clinical data.
Rudolph Technologies Inc.'s (RTEC) second-quarter earnings fell 8.8% as it recorded a larger income-tax provision, but the results of the provider of process characterization equipment beat its own expectations.
Superior Energy Services Inc.'s (SPN) second-quarter earnings soared as revenue of the provider of oil-field services more than doubled. Continued low natural-gas prices as well as declines in realized crude oil and liquids prices are impacting customers' cash flows, leading to reduced spending in the second half of the year.
Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc.'s (VRTX) second-quarter loss narrowed on growing revenue from a hepatitis C drug, and the drug company reported positive results from a study on another experimental treatment for the disease.
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