Kosmos Energy (NYSE:KOS) is higher after the oil exploration and production company reported that for Q4, its earnings were in line while revenue topped Street forecasts. Shares are up 2.73% at $10.91, with a 52-week range of $9.71 – $12.17. KOS said Q4 net income fell to $0.01 from $0.08 a year ago, in line with analysts’ estimates, according to Capital IQ. Total revenue was $214.8 million, compared with $219.7 million a year ago. The realized pricing of oil sold was $111.13 per barrel versus $109.26 in Q4 2012. That tops the consensus view for revenue of $211 million. “We enter 2014 well-positioned to execute on our high-impact, multi-well exploration program with the first well in Morocco expected to spud next month,” CEO Brian F. Maxted said. The company’s plan of development for a second major oil development in Ghana, TEN, was approved last year and work is advancing with first oil targeted for 2016, he said.
Texas Roadhouse (NASDAQ:TXRH) reported Q4 revenue of $376 million, better than the analyst consensus of $367.8 million on Capital IQ. EPS was $0.24, in line with expectations. The company reported that comparable restaurant sales at company restaurants for the first seven weeks of fiscal 2014 increased approximately 1.0% compared to the prior year period.
RealPage (NASDAQ:RP) reported Q4 revenue of $96.4 million, below the analyst consensus of $103.5 million on Capital IQ. EPS was $0.16, a penny shy of the Street view. For Q1, the company guided for revenue of $101-$102 million, vs. the Street view of $107 million. EPS is seen at $0.15-$0.16, vs. expectations of $0.17 per share. For FY 2014, the company expects revenue of $440 to $450 million, below expectations of $460 million. EPS is seen at $0.65 to $0.69, vs. expectations of $0.76 per share.
Shares of Wright Medical Group Inc. (NASDAQ:WMGI) are up 2.3% at a new 52-week high of $34.56 after-hours as the company records a Q4 loss narrower than estimates and higher sales. WMGI reports a Q4 adjusted loss of $0.17 per share compared to a loss of $0.05 per share in Q4 2012. Net sales totaled $67.8 million, an increase over sales of $58.3 million in the prior year period. Analysts polled by Capital IQ were expecting a Q4 loss of $0.19 per share on revenues of $64.9 million. The company anticipates FY14 net sales to be in the range of $305 million to $312 million, above CIQ consensus for sales of $278 million.
Shares of SolarCity (NASDAQ:SCTY) are down 4.4% at $75.45 after-hours as the provider of distributed clean energy reports operating lease revenue for Q4 was $22.4 million, up 59% from $14.0 million in the fourth quarter of 2012, owing largely to a higher base of operating lease MW deployed. Operating Lease Revenue declined as compared to the $24.8 million reported in the third quarter of 2013 due to seasonally lower solar production during the winter quarters. Total revenue for the fourth quarter increased 87% as compared to the year-ago period to $47.3 million. SCTY will release complete GAAP financial results after the close of the market on Monday, March 3, 2014. For Q1 2014, the company expects MW deployed of between 78 MW – 82 MW, up 74% year-over-year at the midpoint and consistent with our targets for the year. The company also reaffirmed guidance for MW deployed of between 475 MW and 525 MW. We also expect to generate positive cash flow for the full year 2014.
Franks International (NYSE:FI) is higher in the after hours session after the company reported better-than-expected financial results for Q4 but issued revenue guidance for Q1 below analysts’ expectations. Shares are up 2.93% at $23.16, with a 52-week range of $20.76 – $32.70. The provider of engineered tubular services reported Q4 earnings of $0.36 per share, compared with the prior-year period’s $0.29 per share. Revenue was $282.1 million, up 2.6% from $270.1 million in the same quarter last year. Analysts polled by Capital IQ were expecting EPS of $0.32 on revenues of $266.2 million. The company expects Q1 revenue of $260 million – $270 million, versus the Street view of $278.64 million.
Stifel Financial (NYSE:SF) reported Q4 earnings and revenue that topped the Street view. Stifel reported $0.79 per diluted share in earnings for Q4, well above the analyst estimate of $0.67 per share, according to Capital IQ. It reported net revenues of $562.5 million, increased 37% compared with the year-ago quarter. The Street called for $540 million in revenue.