Silicon Image, Inc. (NasdaqGS: SIMG) Stocks of SIMG are currently trading at $6.29 on massive volume, up more than 38 percent from Tuesday’s closing price of $4.55 SIMG is racing to two-year highs on reported third-quarter sales of $60.5 million, 20% stronger than analyst expectations and more than three times expected earnings.
Nabors Industries, Inc. (NYSE: NBR) Shares of Bermuda-based Nabors were up 5.02 percent at $20.42, after the company reported a 29-cent per share quarterly profit, which beat Street estimates by 6 cents. Nabors’ revenue of $1.08 billion also came in ahead of the forecast of $963 million. The stock is still down 7 percent so far in 2010.
Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc.(Nasdaq: AMLN) soared 11.3 percent to a high of $13.36, on more than four times average volume. Shares skyrocketed after the maker of the diabetes treatment Byetta was raised to “outperform” from “market perform” at Leerink Swann & Co.
Compellent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: CML) Volume skyrocketed to 6.5 million today as shares touched on a 52-week high of $26.44, representing a 32 percent increase over previous day close of $19.70. Compellent Technologies, which sells data storage to large businesses, surged after beating Wall Street expectations in the third quarter, and amid rumors of an acquisition by computer maker Dell Inc.