Investing.com - Stocks moving in after-hours trading include:
- AK Steel (NYSE:AKS). The steelmaker's shares rose more than 6.6% after fourth-quarter non-GAAP earnings of 16 cents a share beat estimate by 5 cents. But revenue of $1.68 billion, while up 12% from a year ago, missed estimates by $20 million.
-- Corning (NYSE:GLW) shares were up 1.3% to $30.36 ahead earnings on Tuesday. The making of glass and specialty glass used by technologies is expected to earn 57 cents a share on revenue of $3 bllion.
- Whirlpool (NYSE:WHR) shares dropped nearly 7% after hours to $115.94. The company offered what analysts called soft guidance with its fourth-quarter earnings report. It sees earnings in 2019 at $14 to $15 a share. The Street has been looking for $14.20 to $14.80.
- Pacific Gas & Electric (NYSE:PCG) rose 1% after hours to $12.13. But investors and the company still see the utility filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this week to cope with liabilities associated with damages and deaths from California wildfires last year. A consortium that includes Paul Singer's Elliott Management has proposed offering as much as $4 billion in financing to prevent a Chapter 11 filing. Another group, including Kenneth Griffin of hedge-fund Citadel, may also be interested.
- International Game Technology (NYSE:IGT) moved 1.5% higher to $16.26 as investor seemed more bullish about its earnings report due Tuesday. The company is seen reporting 34 cents a share in the quarter,