Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Alphabet, Whirlpool and more

Google cofounder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page speaks during the Google I/O Annual Developers Conference in San Francisco.
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Google cofounder and Alphabet CEO Larry Page speaks during the Google I/O Annual Developers Conference in San Francisco.

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell:

Shares of Google's parent company Alphabet shot up more than 3 percent in extended-hours trading. The company beat analysts' earnings estimates for its second quarter, posting $11.75 per share versus the $9.59 that was expected. Alphabet also beat analysts' revenue expectations, generating $32.66 billion versus the $32.17 billion that was estimated. The company also reported that paid clicks were up 58 percent compared to the 49 percent that was expected.

Shares of Whirlpool were down more than 8 percent in extended-hours trading. The home appliance company missed analysts' earnings expectations for its second quarter, posting $3.20 per share versus the $3.69 that was expected. Whirlpool also missed on analysts' revenue estimates, generating $5.14 billion versus the $5.29 that was expected. Whirlpool also told investors that it is paying more for raw materials because of steel and aluminum tariffs placed by the Trump administration.

TD Ameritrade stock was up more than 1 percent in after-hours trading. The banking company beat analysts' earnings expectations for its third quarter, posting 89 cents per share versus the 80 cents per share that was expected. TD Ameritrade also beat analysts' revenue estimates, generating $1.38 billion versus the $1.35 billion that was expected.

Vitamin Shoppe stock was up more than 4 percent in after-hours trading. The nutritional supplement company announced the appointment of Sharon M. Leite as their new CEO effective Aug. 27, 2018. Leite, who has experience with companies like Godiva, Pier 1, Express and Gap, will also become a member of Vitamin Shoppes' Board of Directors.