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Stocks moving in after hours: Disney, AMC, Affirm, Novavax, Marathon Digital

Yahoo Finance Live anchor Seana Smith highlights which tickers are making moves in after-hours trading.

Video transcript

SEANA SMITH: Let's take a look at what's trending after-hours. We have five stocks for you, only one in the green. Let's kick it off with Disney. We're looking at losses of just around 6%. The company missing on both the top and bottom lines. Also reporting losses in its DTC business of just around $1 and 1/2 billion. That's a cause for concern here, and that's why we're seeing the stock off just around 6%. Over the past three months, you're looking at Disney with losses of just about 8%. Year to date, the company off just about 35%.

Flipping over to AMC, this stock off just around 5 and 1/2% after-hours. The company is actually beating on the top and bottom lines. Attendance was up 33% from a year ago to 53 million-- still significantly lower than the levels that we were looking at pre-pandemic. CEO Adam Aron saying that the company has been impacted by a soft box office during the quarter. Year to date, you're looking at stock off just around 79%.

Taking a look at Affirm, big mover here, after-hours, the stock off nearly 18%, a wider than expected loss. Q2 revenue guidance missing the Street's expectations, as well as the company's full year revenue guidance. Over the past three months, the stock off just about 55%. Certainly has been a tough time here for shareholders. Year to date, stock off just about 84%.

Taking a look at Novavax, the only mover here after-hours that we're taking a look at that's moving to the upside, up nearly 3%. The company beating on revenue, 734.6 million. EPS missing the Street's expectations, although losses have narrowed. So Wall Street taking that as a positive note. You're looking at year to date losses of just about 86%.

Wrapping it up with Marathon Digital Holdings, that crypto play was off in the regular session. Now you're seeing losses of just about 2% after-hours. The company reporting a wider than expected loss. Revenue off 75% from a year ago. And year to date, off just about 70%. Rachelle.