Under Armour– The athletic apparel maker’s stock climbed 2.8% in premarket action after it reported first-quarter profit of 16 cents per share, well above the 3 cents a share consensus estimate. Revenue also topped analysts’ forecasts and Under Armour raised its full-year outlook as reopening markets spur demand for shoes and apparel. Separately, the company agreed to pay $9 million to settle a Securities and Exchange Commission probe into its accounting.
DuPont – The industrial materials maker reported quarterly profit of 91 cents per share, 15 cents a share above estimates. Revenue also topped analysts’ forecasts. DuPont is seeing strong demand for its products from semiconductor makers as well as automobile markets, and the company raised its full-year profit and revenue forecast.
XPO Logistics – XPO reported quarterly earnings of $1.46 per share, well above the consensus estimate of 97 cents a share. The transportation company’s revenue was also above Wall Street forecasts, reaching record levels in sharp contrast to usual seasonal trends. XPO also raised its full-year forecast, but its shares lost 1.2% in premarket action.
Avis Budget– Avis Budget lost 46 cents per share for the first quarter, smaller than the loss of $2.16 a share predicted by analysts. The car rental company’s revenue beat Wall Street forecasts as well amid a jump in demand and more solid pricing for car rentals. The stock fell 1.4% in premarket action despite the upbeat results.
SmileDirectClub – SmileDirectClub said its current-quarter sales will be hurt by an April cyberattack, costing it between $10 million and $15 million. The maker of teeth-straightening systems said it successfully blocked the attack and restored its systems to normal. The stock lost 9.2% in the premarket.