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After-hours buzz: Bankrate, Oracle, Jabil & more

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday:

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Oracle - The enterprise software and hardware producer missed earnings and revenue estimates, sending shares down more than 5 percent after hours. The company reported fourth-quarter earnings of 78 cents share on $10.71 billion in revenue, missing estimates of 86 cents per share on $10.92 billion.

Jabil Circuit - The electronics maker reported third-quarter earnings of 49 cents a share, in line with estimates, but revenue missed projections. The company's fourth-quarter and full-year guidance was also below Wall Street forecasts.

Pier 1 Imports - Shares rose about 2 percent after the home furnisher met earnings estimates of 8 cents per share and reiterated its guidance. However, revenue came in at $432 million, missing forecasts of $434 million.

Bankrate - Shares of the personal finance website operator plunged nearly 15 percent after it missed on the top and bottom lines. The company also gave weak second-quarter and full year guidance. (Disclosure: has a content-sharing partnership with Bankrate.)

BioMarin Pharmaceutical - The drugmaker's shares rose about 6 percent after it reported results from a study of its achondroplasia dwarfism treatment.