The top aftermarket NYSE losers Thursday were: Aeropostale, Heckmann, Alon USA Energy, Armour Residential REIT, STMicroelectronics, Active Network, Texas Industries, Polypore International, MEMC Electronic Materials and Kronos Worldwide.
Aeropostale Inc. (ARO) shares plunged 3.43 percent to $18.30 in post market trading session. Its fourth quarter net profit declined to $26 million or $0.32 per share from $83.8 million or $0.95 per share in the same period a year-ago.
Heckmann Corp. (HEK) shares plunged 3.4 percent to $5.11 in aftermarket session. The company swung to fourth quarter net loss of $2.5 million compared to net income of $279,000 in the same quarter a year-ago. Revenue rose to $51.7 million from $8.7 million in the same period last year, but fell short of analysts’ estimation of $53.98 million.
Alon USA Energy, Inc. (ALJ) shares declined 3.26 percent to $9.50 in post market trading session.
Armour Residential REIT, Inc. (ARR) shares fell 2.81 percent to $6.91 in aftermarket trading session. The company announced that it is commencing an underwritten public offering of 26,000,000 shares of common stock.
STMicroelectronics N.V. (STM) shares declined 2.68 percent to $7.25 in post market trading session. The company stock surged nearly 7 percent in regular session after it was upgraded to “neutral” rating from “underperform” rating at BNP Paribas.
Active Network, Inc. (ACTV) shares fell 2.48 percent to $15.98 in aftermarket trading session.
Texas Industries, Inc. (TXI) shares fell 2.12 percent to $34.26 in post market trading session. The company stock climbed more than 7 percent in regular trading.
Polypore International Inc. (PPO) shares declined 1.86 percent to $35.88 in aftermarket trading session. The stock has a 52-week low of $34.80, a 52-week high of $74.21 and $1.70 billion in market capitalization.
MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc. (WFR) shares declined 1.82 percent to $3.78 in post market trading session.
Kronos Worldwide Inc. (KRO) shares declined 1.69 percent to $24.36 in aftermarket trading session. The company announced a price increase for all titanium dioxide products sold in Western Europe, Eastern Europe and Turkey, Reuters reported.