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Check out the companies that make the headlines after the bell:

United Airlines — United shares increased by about 2% in airline after-hours trading Performance that exceeds expectations The trip rebounded in the third quarter. According to Refinitiv, United posted a loss of $ 1.02 per share, which is narrower than the expected loss of $ 1.67 per share. The company’s profits also exceeded expectations.

Netflix — Netflix shares Streaming Giant Beat Wall Street Quote About revenue and subscriber growth. The company reported a profit of $ 3.19 per share against a $ 2.56 refinitive consensus per share. Netflix also confirmed the addition of 4.4 million global paid net subscribers in the third quarter, steadily surpassing the Street Account estimate of 3.84 million.

Interactive broker — Interactive Brokers’ share fell about 1% after business hours, despite higher revenues. According to Refinitiv, financial services companies reported a profit of 78 cents per share, with an estimate of 76 cents.

Omnicom Group — Omnicom Group shares fell more than 3% during after-hours trading, following the third quarter performance of media companies. The company generated $ 1.65 per share, compared to what StreetAccount surveyed $ 1.37 analysts expected. Revenue was $ 3.44 billion, slightly below the expected $ 3.46 billion.

Brinker International — Brinker International shares fell 10% after the company announced its interim financial results for the first quarter. “The surge that began in August exacerbated labor and product challenges across the industry, affecting profitability and profits more than expected,” Wyman Roberts, CEO, said in a statement. “. Chilean parents are now expecting adjusted revenue of 34 cents, compared to the 69 cents Wall Street expected. Brinker International will post the results on November 3rd.

— CNBC’s Pippa Stevens contributed to this report.

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