Posts Tagged ‘msft’

LMLP gets paid, MSFT busy, IDIX sick

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

LML Payment Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: LMLP) shares gained 14.1% to $4.48 Thursday, on volumes of 975,224 shares, already nine times its daily average, after announcing higher revenues and profits, both quarterly and nine-month.

Microsoft Corporation (Nasdaq: MSFT) traded in 33 million shares Thursday, pursuing its daily average of 56.5 million. Prices faded 1.7% to $27.50.

Idenix Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Nasdaq: IDIX) shares plummeted 24.9% to $3.01. Volumes of 880,000 shares proved five times its daily average, after packing in the development of its Hepatitis C drug on toxicity concerns.

SWS goes into stratosphere, MSFT manages, NVTL goes lower

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

SWS Group Inc. (NYSE: SWS) improved 36.8% to $5.87 Wednesday, on volumes of 2.2 million or about six times its normal volume, after the brokerage house struck a regulatory pact to fix its bank woes.

Microsoft Inc. (Nasdaq: MSFT) traded in 32.2 million shares Wednesday, closing in on its daily average of 56.8 million. Prices dipped 0.8% to $28.07, on announcing it’s promoting Senior Vice President Satya Nadella, who was instrumental in the launch of Bing search engine, to lead one of its fastest growing and most profitable divisions — the server and tools business.

Novatel Wireless Inc. (Nasdaq: NVTL) shares tumbled 14.9% to $6.29 Wednesday. Volume was 2.3 million shares, more than triple its full-day average, after an analyst lowered his investment rating on the broadband services provider, citing increasing competition.

LZR merges, MSFT moving, CRME skips a beat

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Emergent Group Inc. (AMEX: LZR) shares sprang up 38.8 per cent to $8.41, on volume of 284,325 or more than 11 times its daily average. Monday, it was announced that LZR was to be acquired by Universal Hospital Services for $8.46 a share.

Microsoft Inc. (Nasdaq: MSFT) traded in 25.3 million shares, pursuing a daily average of 58.4 million. Share prices added 1.6 percent to $28.22, amid general momentum in the tech world.

Cardiome Pharma Corporation (Nasdaq: CRME) lost 11.4 percent Monday to $6.06. Volume was 561,971 shares, nearly twice its normal daily average. Vancouver-based CRME is a product-focused drug development company dedicated to the advancement and commercialization of novel treatments for disorders of the heart and circulatory system.

DSCI ascends, MSFT steady, TZOO mauled

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Derma Sciences Inc. (Nasdaq: DSCI) shares traveled 39.3 percent Thursday to $9.29 Thursday, on volumes of 494,316, compared to its full-day average of around 27,000, after learning its diabetic foot-wound drug met their mid-stage trial goal.

Microsoft Corporation (Nasdaq: MSFT) bought and sold 34.3 million Thursday, trailing its all-day average of 59.4 million. Share prices dipped back 1.1 percent to $27.63, after announcing MSFT may use a sale of debt products to reward shareholders.

Travelzoo Inc. (Nasdaq: TZOO) fell in price 15.6 percent to $44.52 Thursday. Volume was 1.3 million compared to a daily average of 281,000, after announcing quarterly EPS of 23 cents, compared to nine cents in the prior-year quarter.

ADS adds, MSFT a mover, KTCC trips

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Alliance Data Systems Corp. (NYSE: ADS) shares were up 5.2 percent to $76.03. Volume for the stock was 2.1 million shares, compared to an average of 634,000, after the credit-card processor reported fourth-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street forecasts.

Microsoft Corporation (Nasdaq: MSFT) traded in 34.6 million shares, making it a volume leader, while trailing its daily average of 62 million. Prices for the software maker were flat at $28.00.

Key Tronic Corporation (Nasdaq: KTCC) shares tumbled 21.3 percent to $4.72, on volume of 957,000, compared to an average of only 62,000, after announcing quarterly revenues that proved 36-percent higher than the prior-year quarter.