The nutrition company reported earnings per share of $1.19 on $1.1 billion in revenue. Analysts had expected earnings of 94 cents per share on $1.07 billion in revenue, according to a consensus estimate from Thomson Reuters.
Herbalife noted in its annual report that it's in discussions with the FTC to resolve an investigation into concerns over federal law compliance involving advertising, marketing and sale of business opportunities.
The company also provided weak guidance and now expects earnings in a range of $4.05 to $4.50 per share for fiscal 2016. The company had previously forecast $4.35 to $4.75 per share. It explained that the new guidance accounts for a currency headwind of 80 cents per share.