Look at the businesses that are making headlines during afternoon trading. Gap- Due to strong sales at Old Navy and upgrades to its namesake emblem, the garments retailer’s shares increased by 30.6 % after posting fiscal third-quarter results late on Thursday. Researchers ‘ anticipations of 19 cents per share, per LSEG, were shattered by adjusted earnings of 59 cent. Revenue exceeded projections as well, coming in at$ 3.77 billion as opposed to the anticipated$ 3.6 billion. Shares of Spectrum Brands Holdings fell 11.8 % after the home goods manufacturer predicted a year-over-year decline in revenue for the fiscal year ending September 2024, falling short of the 1.5 % annual gain predicted by FactSet. Other than that, the business exceeded governmental fourth-quarter earnings and profit projections. Shares of ChargePoint Holdings fell 35.5 % after the electric vehicle system company issued a warning on Thursday that its forthcoming third-quarter revenue results may be weaker than it had originally anticipated. Third-quarter revenue is now expected to be between$ 108 million and$ 113 million, down from the previous estimate of$ 150 million to$ 165 million. The business likewise replaced its CEO and reorganized its C-suite. Shares of Tenet Healthcare increased 9.6 % after the company announced that it would sell Novant Health three of its hospitals in South Carolina. The deal has a$ 2.4 billion market value. Ross Stores- The clothing retailer increased 7.2 % in the second quarter after losing to the top and bottom lines. Ross reported earnings of$ 1.33 per share on$ 4.92 billion in revenue late on Thursday, while analysts polled by LSEG predicted earnings at$ 1.22 and$ 4.85 billion, respectively. Applied Materials— The manufacturer of silicon products saw a 4 % decline. According to sources cited by Reuters, the Justice Department is looking into whether Applied Materials disregarded export restrictions on the Foreign device manufacturerSMIC. Stocks of the department store chain Dillard’s increased 7.7 %. On Thursday, Dillard’s announced a special dividend of$ 20 per share as well as an 25 cent cash dividend for the quarter. Following a UBS upgrade to purchase from neutral, shares of Pacific Biosciences of California increased 10.7 %. The biosciences business has potential for growth, according to the Wall Street company, and its shares offer” an interesting buying opportunity.” Stocks of the Expedia Group increased by 5 % to a new 52-week deep after Evercore ISI upgraded stock to surpass in line. Expedia’s stock is at a “fundamental tone point,” according to the company, and it anticipates rapid revenue growth in 2024. After Barclays downgraded GitLab to similar weight from fat, the software inventory dropped 3.6 %, indicating that it is cautious in the near future and is waiting for a better entry level for shares. Brian Evans, Alex Harring, Hakyung Kim, Tanaya Macheel, and Pia Singh from CNBC contributed monitoring.