After Hours Action: RIMM, McDonald's



BlackBerry maker Research In Motion posted a sharply higher quarterly profit on Thursday but its profitability outlook disappointed investors, sending its shares down more than 15 percent after hours.

The stock got hammered as a result of increased costs for product roll outs explains Pete Najarian. But I have to think somehow Wall Street’s problems are playing into this.

There’s a point where it becomes a value stock but not yet, adds Guy Adami.


If you’re an investor McDonald’s is just McDreamy. The hamburger chain said on Thursday it would raise its quarterly cash dividend by 33 percent to 50 cents per share as strong sales helped boost its overall cash from operations.

"We are confident in our ability to invest in key growth opportunities and maintain a strong credit rating even as we return a significant amount of cash to shareholders," McDonald's Chief Executive Jim Skinner said in a statement.

The parade goes on, says Jeff Macke. It’s a nice little company.

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