Stocks making the Largest moves Following hours: Virgin Galactic, Redfin, Carnival and Much More

Marathon Oil — The petroleum firm’s inventory rose 1 percent in extended trading after decreasing 7.05% before Thursday. Oil fell 3 percent through the day amid worries over increasing coronavirus situation counts.

Redfin — Shares of the actual estate broker fell 2% after the final bell. The firm’s stock hit an all-time large earlier in the week as property recovers from pandemic-forced lockdowns throughout the nation.

Virgin Galactic — Shares of the area travel firm rose 1 percent in extended trading after the stock jumped almost 16% earlier in the afternoon. Last week, Virgin Galactic said it hopes to reach its Federal Aviation Administration permit over the following two spaceflights, which might bring the organization closer to flying clients.

Bed Bath & Beyond — Shares of the home products retailer increased 1 percent in extended trading after decreasing 24.5percent in routine hours. Bed Bath & Beyond published its first-quarter financial results Wednesday and said it will shut about 200 shops during the next couple of decades.

Shares jumped 13% throughout the afternoon, continuing an upward trend for the inventory. Last week Nio reported that a monthly record of 3,740 automobile deliveries for June and stated it delivered 10,331 vehicles in the next quarter.

Carnival — The railroad operator’s inventory rose 1 percent in extended trading. Before Thursday, Carnival’s subsidiary AIDA Cruises announced that it would resume holiday trips in August.