Jack in the Box traded higher after posting better-than-expected results in the second quarter. The company posted earnings of 85 cents per share on revenues of $361 million, higher than the 70 cents per share on $360 million expected by analysts.
CEO Leonard Comma cited healthy margins and labor cost controls for the sales bounce, along with a lower tax rate and traffic growth at Mexican fast-casual chain Qdoba.
Shares of apparel retailer Michael Kors dipped after the bell, continuing their slide after a rough day for retail. Fossil Group, which counts Michael Kors Holdings as a portfolio company, slid nearly 30 percent in regular trading after posting financial guidance that fell below analyst estimates. Fossil said it predicts sales will fall 8 to 10 percent in the second fiscal quarter, netting earnings of 0 to 15 cents per share. Wall Street had been expecting earnings of 59 cents per share.