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Shares that make the largest strikes after hours: Virgin Galactic, Redfin, Carnival and extra

In front of the house in Seattle, Washington, there is a Redfin Corp.

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Check out the companies that make headlines after the bell:

Marathon Oil – The oil company's stock rose 1% in expanded trading after falling 7.05% on Thursday. Oil fell 3% during the day due to concerns about rising coronavirus cases.

Redfin – Real estate broker's shares fell 2% after the closing bell. The company's stock hit an all-time high earlier this week as properties recovered from pandemic closures across the country. The pandemic is causing an exodus from the cities and the search for homes is increasingly taking place in the suburbs, Ryan Schneider, managing director of Realogy Holdings, told CNBC on Thursday.

Virgin Galactic – The aerospace company's stocks rose 1% in extended trading, after rising almost 16% earlier in the day. Last week Virgin Galactic said that it expects to receive its Federal Aviation Administration license within the next two space flights, which would bring the company closer to flying customers.

Bed Bath & Beyond – Household goods retailer shares rose 1% in extended trading after falling 24.5% during normal business hours. Bed Bath & Beyond released its first quarter financial results on Wednesday and announced it would close around 200 stores over the next two years.

NOK – The Chinese electric car manufacturer's share rose 2% after the market closed. The stocks rose 13% during the day, continuing the stock's upward trend. Last week, Nio reported a monthly record of 3,740 vehicle deliveries for June, saying it delivered 10,331 vehicles in the second quarter.

Carnival – The cruise company's stock rose 1% in expanded trading. The previous Thursday, Carnival subsidiary AIDA Cruises announced that it would resume vacation travel in August.

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