Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
Deutsche Bank is bracing for a loss due to massive writedowns at its investment banking unit and on the value it expects to extract from the divestment of its Postbank retail bank, according to Reuters. Shares fell 6 percent in extended trading.
Lumber Liquidators shares jumped as much as 15 percent after the flooring company pleaded guilty to federal charges stemming from a 2013 investigation of its imports of flooring products. The agreement is not related to allegations that some Lumber Liquidators' Chinese-made laminate flooring may contain toxic formaldehyde, which was highlighted in a "60 Minutes" report earlier this year.
Sony is reportedly exploring the sale of its music publishing unit for an undisclosed amount, according to a Dow Jones report. Shares were unchanged after hours.