Posts Tagged ‘NOK’

DBD cashes in, BAC busy, NOK knocked

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Diebold Inc. (NYSE: DBD) shares added 6.4% to $34.91, on volume of 1.2 million shares, or more than triple its daily average, after the ATM manufacturer reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter results.

Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC) traded in 62 million shares Monday, compared to a daily average of 189 million. Share prices inched up 0.5% to $14.84.

Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK) shares declined 5.4% to $8.85, on volume of 65.1 million shares, towering over a daily average of 24.2 after the Finnish phone maker announced an alliance with software giant Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT), whose stock fell 0.4% to $27.13.

ETM leaps, NOK teeters, AMKR underwhelms

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

Entercom Communications Corporation (NYSE: ETM) accelerated 17.5% to $12.50 Thursday, on volumes of 533,744, towering over a daily average of 138,309. Tuesday, ETM announced quarterly revenues for the quarter increased 6% to $102.1 million, while net income per share hiked 28%.

Nokia Corporation (NYSE: NOK) was a volume champion Thursday, trading in 47.9 million shares, better than double its usual volume. Prices for NOK faded 7.2% to $10.89, after the company chose to make smartphones powered by Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 software, rather than Google’s operating system.

Amkor Technology Inc. (Nasdaq: AMKR) shares were off 10% to $7.37, on 6.2 million shares, nearly four times its usual volume, after the manufacturer of semiconducting tests projected earnings under expectations.

TER takes off, NOK connected, MMI drops

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Teradyne Inc. (NYSE: TER) shares soared 11.2 percent to $16.27. Volume for TER was 13.8 million shares, better by more than twice its 5.8-million average, after the maker of semiconductor-testing equipment said its fourth-quarter profit more than tripled and gave an upbeat first-quarter forecast.

Nokia Corporation (NYSE: NOK) traded in 41.8 million shares Thursday, more than doubling daily average. Share prices slid, however, 1.2 percent to $10.60, as the company reported a 16-percent drop in fourth-quarter profit and offered a weak outlook.

Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. (NYSE: MMI) shares dipped 11.7 percent to $30.70. Volume was 7.2 million shares, double its daily average, after the wireless-handset maker posted in-line fourth-quarter earnings but noted weaker-than-expected sales of some handsets.