Stocks moving after hours: Heico, Stitch Fix, FuboTV


HEICO shares gained more than 1% in after hours trading on Monday after the aerospace company reported quarterly earnings which beat consensus estimates by a penny.

The company announced a fourth quarter profit of 70 cents per share on revenue of $609.64 million, which came ahead of Wall Street expectations for $602.2 million

HEICO also boosted its semi-annual dividend by 11% to 10 cents per share.

Stitch Fix (SFIX)

The online personal styling service announced that Kofi Amoo-Gottfried, chief marketing officer of DoorDash, has joined Stitch Fix’s Board of Directors, effective immediately. Amoo-Gottfried has also held senior positions at Meta (META) and Bacardi.


The sports-centric streaming service announced a carriage agreement with Scripps Networks, the national television network division of The EW Scripps Company. The move is aimed at further diversifying the platform’s programming into entertainment and news content. Shares rose about 0.5% in extended trade on Monday.

Year-to-date, Fubo shares are down 87%.

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