(Premarket story updated with Jabil Circuit news and share price information.)
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Jabil Circuit ( JBL) beat analysts' first-quarter earnings expectations.
ConAgra Foods ( CAG) reported fiscal second-quarter earnings in line with analyst estimates of 45 cents a share, down from 52 cents a share a year earlier. Shares of the packaged food company fell 0.49%, or 11 cents, to $22.33 in premarket trading.
TD Bank said Tuesday it agreed to buy Chrysler Financial from private-equity firm Cerberus Capital for $6.3 billion in cash. Shares of TD were down 0.26%, or 18 cents, to $69.33 in premarket trading.
Darden Restaurants ( DRI), the company that operates Red Lobster, Olive Garden and LongHorn Steakhouse, posted an in-line profit from continuing operations of $75.8 million, or 54 cents a share, in its latest quarter. Shares fell in premarket trading to $49, down 2.84%, or $1.43.
Nike ( NKE) is set to release its second-quarter earnings after the market closes Tuesday. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expect earnings to come in at 88 cents a share, up from 76 cents a share in the same year-ago period. Nike shares rose 0.37%, or 33 cents, to $90.60 in premarket trading.
Dutch chemicals company DSM offered to acquire Martek Biosciences ( MATK) for $31.50 a share, or $1.09 billion in cash. The board of Martek, a biotechnology company, has recommended that shareholders approve the offer. Shares of Martek rose 33.99%, or $7.94, to $31.30 in premarket trading Tuesday.
AstraZeneca ( AZN) said Tuesday it will record a fourth-quarter impairment charge of $445 million as it discontinued development of motavizumab for preventing serious respiratory syncytial virus disease. Shares of the company fell 0.39%, or 18 cents, to $45.77 in premarket trading.
On Monday, Adobe Systems ( ADBE) topped Wall Street expectations by reporting adjusted fiscal fourth-quarter earnings of $285.7 million, or 56 cents a share. Shares of the graphics design and publishing software maker rose 6.79%, or $1.98, to $31.16 in premarket trading Tuesday.
LaserCard ( LCRD) agreed to an $80 million buyout by Sweden's Assa Abloy. LaserCard, which makes secure ID cards, expects the acquisition to close during its fiscal fourth quarter. Shares of LaserCard were up 39.33%, or $1.75, to $6.20 in premarket trading Tuesday.
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