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After-hours buzz: MDLZ, SQ & more

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Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell on Tuesday:

Mondelez International shares were down more than 2 percent in extended trade Tuesday. An Argus note Tuesday said analysts are concerned about its dwindling market share and weak category growth in the gum business and other business segments. Although its long-term rating remains a "buy," Argus expects a 10 percent decline in 2016 revenue, as a result of foreign exchange and the spin-off of its coffee business.

Shares of Square fell slightly after the bell following news of the company's statement on its executive trading plan. CEO Jack Dorsey entered into a stock trading plan to sell shares of Square over the course of the next twelve months.

The prearranged plan was finalized in August, and total shares available for sale are capped at about 7 percent of Dorsey's overall holdings. The company said the proceeds from these sales are for Dorsey's financial and tax planning purposes, and to enable him to help further fund the Start Small Foundation.

Visa's stock fell slightly in extended trade Tuesday evening. The company disclosed its receipt of a Federal Trade Commission investigation regarding requirements for its EMV chip.

In July, the Bureau of Competition of the FTC notified Visa that the Bureau was conducting an investigation into whether Visa's requirements for EMV chip inhibit merchant routing choice for debit card transactions. Visa said it is cooperating with the bureau.