Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
Wynn Resorts shares popped in extended trading after the leisure and gaming company announced preliminary financial statements for the first fiscal quarter. The company, which owns casinos in Macau and Las Vegas, said revenues were expected to be lower than this time last year in its Macau operations; Las Vegas sales are slated to come in at a similar range.
Gambling in Macau has been under pressure as nearby China cracked down on the industry in recent years. Competitor MGM resorts' stock also dropped on the news.