The top after-market NYSE gainers on Monday are: Longtop Financial Technologies, Manitowoc Co, Camelot Information, Concord Medical Services and Aercap Holdings. The top after-market NYSE losers on Monday are: Exterran Holdings, Hovnanian Enterprises, Fifth Street Finance, Seaspan and Nabors Industries.
Longtop Financial Technologies Ltd. (NYSE:LFT) shares surged 10.43 percent to $36.33 in aftermarket trading session. The company’s third quarter profit increased a 15 percent on year-over-year basis, boosted by strong revenue growth.
Manitowoc Co Inc. (NYSE:MTW) shares gained 4.10 percent to $13.98 in post market trading session as its fourth quarter adjusted earnings per share came in above analysts' expectations.
Camelot Information Systems (NYSE:CIS) shares gained 3.66 percent to $23.22 in post market trading session after plunging 6.98 percent in the regular session. The stock has a 52 week low of $10.10 and 52 week high of $28.18 and has 44.90M outstanding shares.
Concord Medical Services Holdings Ltd. (NYSE:CCM) shares gained 2.80 percent to $7.42 in aftermarket trading session. The stock has a 52 week low of $5.36 and 52 week high of $9.90 and has 49.15M outstanding shares.
Aercap Holdings N.V. (NYSE:AER) shares gained 2.68 percent to $15.32 in post market trading session.
Exterran Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:EXH) shares declined 3.39 percent to $23.97 in aftermarket trading session. The stock has a 52 week low of $19.24 and 52 week high of $30.28 and has 63.22M outstanding shares.
Hovnanian Enterprises Inc. (NYSE:HOV) shares declined 3.17 percent to $4.28 in post market trading session after the company said it has commenced registered underwritten public offerings of Class A Common Stock, tangible equity units and senior unsecured notes.
Fifth Street Finance Corp. (NYSE:FSC) shares declined 3.11 percent to $12.77 in aftermarket trading session after the company announced that its Board of Directors has declared monthly dividends for the second and third fiscal quarters of 2011.
Seaspan Corp. (NYSE:SSW) shares declined 2.61 percent to $13.94 in post market trading session. The stock has a 52 week low of $9.30 and 52 week high of $15.05 and has 68.39M outstanding shares.
Nabors Industries, Inc. (NYSE:NBR) shares declined 2.30 percent to $23.84 in aftermarket trading hours.