Posts Tagged ‘C’

EK in picture, C rumbles, CBEH wobbles

Monday, March 28th, 2011

Eastman Kodak Co. (NYSE: EK) shares rallied 10.9% to $3.77. Volume of nearly 39 million shares during the morning proved nearly quadruple its full-day average. The U.S. International Trade Commission said Friday it will review a patent decision that went against Kodak in January.

Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) dealt in nearly 78 million shares early Monday, rapidly gaining on a full-day average of 487.2 million. Share prices for C, however, stumbled 0.8% to $4.43, amid word of a drop in short interest for Citi and Bank of America.

China Integrated Energy Inc. (Nasdaq: CBEH) share prices trailed Friday’s close by 24.6% to $2.83, on volume of 3.8 million shares, dwarfing its all-day average of 853,489.

Hats off to RHT, C busy, FUL empty

Thursday, March 24th, 2011

Red Hat Inc. (NYSE: RHT) shares rose 16.6% to $46.59 Thursday. Share volume was six million in the first trading hour, or triple its daily average, a day after the software company reported fourth-quarter revenue that beat forecasts.

Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) shares were selling to the tune of 83.6 million Thursday, catching up on a full-day average of 486.9 million. Share prices for C dipped 0.3% to $4.39, after announcing it might invest up to $4 billion in consumer businesses next year.

H.B. Fuller Co. (NYSE: FUL) shares fell 3.4% to $20.31, on volume of 251,759 (compared to a full-day average of 337, 240), a day after the manufacturer of adhesives and paints reported a first-quarter profit that missed expectations.

DYSL barrels out of blocks, C hires, XOMA trails off

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Dynasil Corporation (Nasdaq: DYSL) shares skyrocketed 70.2% to $6.62, on volume of 156,500 shares, towering over its average of 9,172 a day, after it announced that its research division was granted additional U.S. patent claims for advances in a detector material capable of responding independently to both neutron and gamma radiation.

Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) was a volume leader in early trading on Wednesday, dealing in 114.7 million shares, against a full-day average of 487.6 million. Share prices eased 1.6% to $4.35, after C announced the hiring of former StanChart banker Martin Lovegrove to head its energy services division.

Xoma Ltd. (Nasdaq: XOMA) shares were off 28.5% to $3.59, on volume of 2.6 million, catching up on a daily average of 4.2 million, a day after the company said a diabetes-treatment candidate did not yield better results than a placebo in a study.

CRIS soars, C active, S slips

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Curis Inc. (Nasdaq: CRIS) shares climbed 14% to $3.34, on three million shares, or five times its daily average, after the drug developer and its partner Roche Group announced positive results from a midstage study of their skin-cancer treatment.

Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) traded in 263 million shares Monday, closing in on a daily average of 482 million. C announced Monday it will slash the number of common shares outstanding through a 1-for-10 reverse stock split, and reintroduce a dividend

Sprint Nextel Corp. (NYSE: S) shares declined 13.4% to $4.38, on volume of 134 million shares, better than double its daily average of 55 million, a trading day after rival AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) said it would acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom AG in a $39-billion deal that would make AT&T the largest U.S. wireless carrier.

MTZ mounts scale, C sells, ETFC backs off

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

MasTec Inc. (NYSE: MTZ) shares gained 12.8% to $18.02, on share volume of 1.2 million, or double its all-day average, a day after the utility contractor projected full-year earnings that topped market forecasts.

Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) dealt in 135 million shares early Thursday, pursuing an all-day average of 551 million. Prices for C faded 0.7% to $4.66.

E-Trade Financial Corp. (Nasdaq: ETFC) shares shed 4.7% to $15.86. Volume was 10.7 million shares, or nearly four times its full-day average, after the online brokerage said its biggest shareholder and bondholder planned to cut its holdings in E-Trade to less than 20%.