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After-hours buzz: HPQ, HPE, URBN & more

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

HP Inc. shares fell more than 2 percent. The company reported in-line earnings of 36 cents a share and beat revenue estimates. The company posted revenues of $12.51 billion, compared to estimates of $11.9 billion. The company also gave EPS guidance for its upcoming first quarter between 35 and 38 cents a share, a little lighter than what analysts expected. The company's full-year 2017 EPS guidance between $1.55 and $1.65 a share was in line with estimates.

Shares of Hewlett Packard Enterprise were down about half a percent in choppy trade after the bell, following the company's mixed earnings report. HP Enterprise posted adjusted earnings of 61 cents a share on revenues of $12.48 billion. Analysts estimated earnings of 60 cents on revenues of $12.84 billion.

HP Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman will be on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" tomorrow at 9 a.m. ET to discuss the results.

Urban Outfitters shares fell more than 9 percent after the company missed earnings expectations by 4 cents. The company reported EPS of 40 cents, while analysts were expecting 44 cents. The company's revenue was also below expectations, coming in at $862 million, compared with estimates of $869 million. Comparable same-store sales were soft across the board, only growing 1 percent, versus estimates of 1.8 percent.

GameStop shares rose more than 3 percent after the company's mixed earnings report. The video game retailer reported earnings of 49 cents a share, versus estimates of 47 cents per share. Its revenue of $1.96 billion came in slightly below estimates of $1.99 billion.

The company also gave conservative fourth-quarter guidance. GameStop said in a press release that "while the video game business has under-performed recently, we are focused on maintaining our leading market position, especially during the holiday season."