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Shares that make the largest strikes after shut: Netflix, United Airways, Interactive Brokers, and extra

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Check out the companies that are making headlines after the bell:

United Airlines – United shares rose about 2% in after-hours trading after the airline's financial results turned out better than expected as travel rallies in the third quarter. United posted a loss of $ 1.02 per share, less than its expected loss of $ 1.67 per share, according to Refinitiv. The company's sales were also higher than expected.

Netflix – Netflix shares plummeted in expanded trading after the streaming giant surpassed Wall Street estimates for revenue and subscriber growth. The company reported earnings of $ 3.19 per share versus the refinitive consensus of $ 2.56 per share. Netflix also had 4.4 million new net paying subscribers worldwide in the third quarter, beating StreetAccount's estimate of 3.84 million.

Interactive Brokers – Interactive Brokers stocks fell about 1% despite an hourly earnings decline. According to Refinitiv, the financial services company reported a profit of 78 cents per share compared to an expected 76 cents.

Omnicom Group – Omnicom Group's shares were down more than 3% during expanded trading following the media company's third quarter results. The company made $ 1.65 per share, compared to the $ 1.37 surveyed by StreetAccount. Revenue of $ 3.44 billion was slightly below the expected $ 3.46 billion.

—Pippa Stevens of CNBC contributed to this report.

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