US shares closed higher on Monday and joining in on the act after the bell was Buffalo Wild Wings (NASDAQ:BWLD), which soared almost 28% after the bell to US$150 each.
The restaurant chain and bar franchise was up after it emerged that the private-equity firm Roark Capital made an offer to buy the group for more than US$2.3 billion
AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc (NYSE:AMC) added 1.33% after hours to US$11.80 after the hedge fund Baupost Group disclosed in a filing its new stake in the company.
To tech and the shares in Qualcomm Inc (NASDAQ:QCOM), the telecoms and computer chip group, added 0.23% after the New York bell.
Baupost revealed that it was dissolving its entire US$300mln stake in the company.
Last but not least, Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE:WMT) shares added 0.56% after the bell to US$91.50 as it announced that Lord & Taylor will launch a flagship store on its site in the spring.
Shares of Hudson Bay, parent to Lord & Taylor, were little changed after hours, it was reported.