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After-hours buzz: Skyworks, Brunswick & more

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Brendan McDermid | Reuters

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:

Analog chip designer Skyworks Solutions said it would buy back as much as $400 million in stock using working capital. Shares inched higher after the bell.

Recreational products maker Brunswick updated its three-year strategic plan. It now expects 2018 full-year earnings of between $4.35 and $4.75 per share, with revenue growing at a compound annual rate of between 7 and 9 percent. The stock fell in light trading after hours.

Biopharmaceutical firm Juno Therapeutics reported a narrower adjusted loss for the third quarter in comparison to a year ago, and the company's cash pile soared. Shares were down about 1 percent in light volume after the bell.

Laboratory supplier VWR announced an offering of 9 billion shares by selling stockholder Varietal Distribution Holdings. The stock was down about 3 percent in light trading after hours.