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Source: cnbc.com Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Affirm, Robinhood and more Jesse Pound 2-3 minutes Affirm Holdings Inc. website home screen on a laptop computer in an arranged photograph taken in Little Falls, New Jersey. Gabby Jones | Bloomberg | Getty Images Here are the stocks making notable moves after the bell. Affirm Holdings — Shares of the buy-now, pay-later lender spiked more than 20% after Affirm reported a smaller-than-expected loss for the first quarter. The company said it lost 19 cents per share, while analysts surveyed by Refinitiv expected a loss of 51 cents per share. Revenue also came in better than estimates, and Affirm announced it was extending its partnership with Shopify . Robinhood — The retail brokerage stock jumped about 30% after a security filing showed that FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried had purchased a 7.6% stake in Robinhood through a holding company. Toast — Shar
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Source: cnbc.com Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: KB Home, Spotify and more Sarah Min 1-2 minutes New Home Construction by KB Home in California Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the stocks making headlines in extended trading on Wednesday. KB Home — Shares for the homebuilding company slipped 4.3% after reporting an earnings miss. KB Home reported $1.47 earnings per share, missing the $1.56 consensus estimate by 9 cents. The company reported $1.4 billion in revenues, missing consensus estimates of $1.5 billion. GameStop — The meme stock dipped 1.1% after hours. The video game retailer's stock price soared during the regular trading session, following Tuesday's report that GameStop Chair Ryan Cohen on Tuesday bought an additional 100,000 shares . Cohen expanded his stake to 11.9% in the video game retailer. Spotify — Shares for the streaming company popped 6% fol
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cnbc.com Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Take-Two, Electronic Arts, Chegg and more Jesse Pound 2-3 minutes A drumline performs at the Electronic Arts EA Play event at E3 in Los Angeles, California. Here's a look at some of the companies making headlines after the bell. Take-Two Interactive — The video game stock slipped 3% in extended trading even after the company reported higher-than-expected revenue for its fiscal third quarter. Take-Two posted $814 million in sales for the period, while analysts surveyed by Refinitiv were expecting revenue of $747 million. Take-Two's earnings-per-share number was not comparable to Wall Street estimates. Electronic Arts — The video-game giant announced Monday it will acquire mobile-games developer Glu Mobile for $2.1 billion, or $12.50 per share in cash. That price represents a 36% premium to Glu's closing price on Friday of $9.19 per s