Among them is US housing group Lennar Corp (NYSE:LEN), which lost 1.75% to US$65.50 after hours as it reported ahead of the bell a much lower than expected quarterly profit.
The group is the number two homebuilder in the USA.
Lennar’s orders have climbed for seven years in a row, as the housing market recovers from the sub-prime crash of 2007-2008.
Meanwhile, Domino’s Pizza Inc (NYSE:DPZ) has been in focus recently and could be again today and shares shed 3.73% to US$199 after the bell.
The group said yesterday that chief executive Patrick Doyle will leave the pizza delivery chain in June this year, to be replaced by Richard Allison, currently the president of its international business.
Also, in focus today could be legendary camera and film firm Eastman Kodak (NYSE:KODK), which said on Tuesday that it had used blockchain, the technology underpinning popular digital currencies such as bitcoin, to create a new platform for digital photography with its own digital currency, called KodakCoin.
Shares continued to surge after hours, adding over 64% to US$11.20, having risen over 117% on the day yesterday.
Last but not least, Tandem Diabetes Care Inc (NASDAQ:TNDM) shares added over 25% to US$ 3.59 after the company issued a strong sales forecast for its full year 2017.