Biggest moves after hours stocks: Intel, Micron and more

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Signage at the entrance to Intel’s corporate headquarters in Santa Clara, California, United States, Tuesday, October 19, 2021.

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Find out which companies are making headlines for after hours trading.

Intel – The tech giant jumped more than 4% after hours after the company confirmed David Zinsner’s appointment as chief financial officer. Current CFO George Davis will retire from Intel in May.

Micron Technology – The chipmaker’s shares fell more than 1% in extended trading after New Street Research launched the action to a buy with a price target of $ 135, implying a up about 43% from its closing price on Monday.

Wynn Resorts – The stock of hotels and casinos fell 1% after Citi lowered it to neutral on buying on Monday. The after-hours move followed a trading day when its counterpart, Las Vegas Sands, fell around 2% on its own downgrade. Investors in both stocks have focused on renewing their concession licenses to operate in Macau, which will expire in June.

Amgen – Shares of biotech company Amgen fell more than 1% after the European Commission granted the company conditional marketing authorization for its drug that treats adults with non-lung cancer advanced small cell.

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