The top after-market Nasdaq gainers Friday were Blucora, BroadSoft Inc, Pixelworks Inc, Provident Financial Holdings Inc and Theravance Inc.

The top after-market Nasdaq losers were ICF International Inc, Oplink Communications Inc, Trimble Navigation Limited and NetSpend Holdings Inc.

Gainers

Blucora Inc (BCOR) shares climbed 20.18 percent to $17.91 in after-hours trading. The company shares had lost 16.90 percent in regular trading after it gave guidance below the analysts’ expectations.     

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Shares of BroadSoft Inc (BSFT) rose 7.90 percent in post-market session to close at $38.91. The shares had lost 2.64 percent in regular trading. BroadSoft shares have a 52-week trading range of $20.13-$45.32 and a market capitalization of $994.90 million.

Pixelworks Inc (PXLW) shares advanced 7.02 percent to $2.44 in post-market trading. The shares had lost over 3 percent in regular trading.  

Provident Financial Holdings (PROV) shares gained 6.78 percent and reached $15.75 in after-hours trading. The company shares have a 52-week trading range of $9.00 -$14.98 and a market capitalization of $157.69 million.

Theravance Inc (THRX) shares surged 6.41 percent to $22.38 in after-hours trading. The shares of the company had gone down 5.91 percent in regular trading.  

Losers

ICF International Inc (ICFI) shares slumped 8.62 percent to $18.92 in post-market session. The company shares had gained over 9 percent the regular trading after the company reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts’ expectations.  

Oplink Communications Inc (OPLK) shares plunged 8.33 percent to $ 14.78 in post-market trading.  The shares had gained 9.23 percent in regular trading. 

Trimble Navigation Ltd (TRMB) shares lost 7.80 percent in after-hours trading to reach $48.57. The company shares surged 8.31 percent after Trimble announced that it had acquired the assets of privately-held Vico Software Inc.   

NetSpend Holdings (NTSP) shares dropped 4.84 percent to $10.70 in after-hours trading. The shares had gained 4.95 percent in regular trading.