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Stocks moving in after hours: Lululemon, Costco, Docusign, Chewy, RH

Yahoo Finance Live's Seana Smith breaks down the stocks trending in the after-hours trading session.

Video transcript

SEANA SMITH: It has been a very busy afternoon. We've got five after-hours movers for you. Let's kick it off with Lululemon. Look at that, shares off just around 8% right now in extended trading. Lots of worry about the miss that we saw on gross margins here for the company. Shares also falling after its annual profit outlook trailed analysts' expectations in terms of the midpoint range. That's putting some pressure on the stock here after-hours. Inventory levels also up 85% on a year over year basis. Over the past three months, we're looking at gains of just about 8%.

Taking a look at Costco, that stock on the move after-hours. The company did miss on EPS. Revenue was 54.4 billion. The stock off just around 1%. Membership fees totaling a billion dollars for the company. That's up nearly 6% from just a year ago. It was Yahoo Finance's Company of the Year. Over the past three months, though, we're still looking at losses of about 9%.

Let's take a look at DocuSign. That stock on the move, raising its full year revenue forecast, beating on both the top and bottom lines. Stock up nearly 3% right now in extended trading. Billings up 17% from what we saw just a year ago.

Let's take a look at Chewy. That stock also on the move, sales beating expectations. 2 and 1/2 billion, that's up 14% on a year over year basis. Also surprised Q3 profit. We're looking at a three-month chart of gains of just about 17%.

And rounding it out with RH, that stock on the move after-hours, raising our full-- revenue and EPS both beating the Street's expectations. CEO Gary Friedman, though, warning on the call-- or in its earnings release, I should say, excuse me-- that he does still continue to expect business trends to deteriorate as a result of weakness in the housing market, Dave.