Check out the companies making headlines on Tuesday outside of business hours:
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals – The pharmaceutical company said study data for its coronavirus antibody cocktail showed it "lowered virus levels and improved symptoms in out-of-hospital COVID-19 patients." Regeneron shares were stopped in over-the-counter trading.
Micron Technology – Micron stock rose more than 1% in after-hours trading after the chipmaker reported quarterly results that exceeded analysts' expectations. The company had earnings of $ 1.08 per share on sales of $ 6.06 billion. Analysts expect earnings per share of $ 5.89 billion. Micron also issued a stronger-than-forecast earnings forecast for the current fiscal quarter.
Sherwin-Williams – Sherwin-Williams shares rose 1% after the bell, as third-quarter sales guidance turned out to be stronger than expected. The company expects revenue to grow between 3% and 5% for the quarter. Analysts polled by FactSet forecast sales growth of 1.6%. "Demand for architectural coatings was stronger than expected in the third quarter, led by our DIY, residential repaint and new residential segments," CEO John Morikis said in a statement.
Owens & Minor – Owens & Minor shares fell more than 4% after the healthcare logistics company announced a $ 150 million common stock offering.