Yahoo Finance Live anchor Seana Smith examines several stocks trending in the after-hours trading session.
DAVE BRIGGS: All right, let's take a look at what's trending after-hours with Seana.
SEANA SMITH: All right, Dave, we've got a couple of names for you here-- Microsoft, Capital One, Texas Instruments, and Fox. Let's kick it off with Microsoft. You're looking at gains of just about 4% here after-hours, the company beating expectations when it comes to adjusted EPS, $2.32. The estimate was for $2.30. Revenue just a bit light there, 52.75 billion. The estimate was for 52.93 billion.
But the cloud business growth there, that's what's really driving the stock here after-hours. Intelligent Cloud revenue beating the Street's expectation, 21.51 billion. And that's growth of about 18%, growth of 24% in constant currency. Again, you're looking at the stock pop here, up about 4% after-hours. And competitor Amazon, AWS, the cloud number there boosting Amazon's stock after-hours, looking at Amazon's gains of just about 3%.
Let's take a look at Capital One, that stock under pressure here following its earnings report, off just over 1 and 1/2%. Their fourth quarter EPS missed the Street's expectations, coming in just about $1 below at $2.82. The estimate was for $3.79. Revenue, a slight beat there, just over 9 billion. Provisions for credit losses higher than what the Street was looking for here, 2.42 billion. The estimate was for $1.85 billion, really indicative of the broader economic environment and the downturn maybe that we could potentially see here over the coming months.
Car delinquency and also auto delinquency, both of those numbers growth up about over on a year over year basis. We're looking at losses of just about 1 and 1/2%. Taking a look at Texas Instruments, that stock is now back in positive territory after-hours, up just about 2/10 of a percent. Sales, though, dropping for the first time since 2020. They also offered a pretty tepid forecast. Some of their expectations there at the lower end of Wall Street's range.
Taking a look at some of these numbers, revenue declining 3.4% year over year. But it was better than what the Street was looking for. They reported 4.67 billion. The estimate was for 4.61 billion. EPS, $2.13-- that was better than what the Street was looking for. Gains of just about 2/10 of a percent.
Also keep a close eye on Fox and News Corp. We just brought you the news of Rupert Murdoch withdrawing his proposal here to explore a potential sale of these two businesses. You're seeing Fox up after-hours, up just about 1 and 1/2%. News Corp under a bit of pressure here, off about the same as what Fox is up, off just about 1 and 1/2% here, Dave.
DAVE BRIGGS: OK, thank you, Seana.