Posts Tagged ‘bac’

RVBD flows, BAC solid, CPF swoons

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Riverbed Technology Inc. (Nasdaq: RVBD) shares rose 12.8% to $34.88, on volume of 12.3 million shares, compared to a daily average of 5.4 million, a day after the maker of computer-networking products projected first-quarter earnings above expectations.

Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC) traded in 69.2 million shares, catching up on its daily average of 152.5 million. Prices slid 1.2% to $13.31, amid a general retreat among bank stocks.

Central Pacific Financial Corp. (NYSE: CPF) dipped 21.2% in price to $15.05 early Wednesday afternoon. Volume of 219,000 shares quadrupled its daily average.

AMIE a delight, BAC in talks, ABAT misses boat

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Ambassadors International (Nasdaq: AMIE) leaped 50.4% in price early Wednesday to $1.76. Volume for the stock was 436,841 shares, or more than 12 times its normal volume.

Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) reassumed its role atop the volume board Wednesday, trading in 72.9 million shares, compared to its daily average of 170.4 million. Prices increased 1% to $13.48, amid talk the bank was joining with Wells Fargo and Chase on negotiating with the states on foreclosure practices.

Advanced Battery Technologies (Nasdaq: ABAT) skidded 41% in price Wednesday to $2.05. Volume was a towering 18.7 million, compared to a daily average of less than one million.

JBL has jump, BAC backtracks, KFS get crowned

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Jabil Circuit Inc. (NYSE: JBL) shares gained 10.9% to $20.99, on 9.1 million shares, or triple its full-day average, a day after the manufacturer of electronic parts projected third-quarter results that beat analysts’ estimates.

Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC) traded in 110.6 million shares Wednesday, catching up rapidly on a daily average of 172.3 million. Share prices, though, demurred 2.5% to $13.53, after the Federal Reserve put a halt on BAC’s proposed dividend hike for this year.

Kingsway Financial Services Inc. (NYSE: KFS) took a drubbing in early Wednesday trading, falling 15.7% to 91 cents, on volume of 148,079, more than double its daily average. This, after announcing its fourth-quarter shareholder equity was likely to fall.

OXPS gallops, BAC steady, DEER caught in headlights

Monday, March 21st, 2011

optionsXpress Holdings, Inc., (NASDAQ: OXPS) shares raced ahead 15.8% to $17.76, on volume of 12.7 million shares, compared to its average of 705,000. This, after an agreement under which Charles Schwab (NYSE: SCHW) will acquire optionsXpress, by which optionsXpress stockholders will receive 1.02 shares of Schwab stock for each share of optionsXpress stock.

Bank of America Inc. (NYSE: BAC) saw 93.6 million of its shares come and go Monday, in contrast to its average of 173.6 million. Share prices were flat, though, at $14.02.

Deer Consumer Products Inc. (Nasdaq: DEER) shares dipped 19.8% Monday to $8.85, on volume of 3.3 million shares, or about 10 times its norm.

NTES shows knack, BAC backtracks, JACK shows cracks

Thursday, February 24th, 2011 Inc. (Nasdaq: NTES) U.S.-listed shares rose 7.2% to $45.95, on share volume of 1.9 million, nearly triple its full-day average, after the Chinese provider of online games reported a fourth-quarter profit that beat Wall Street estimates late Wednesday.

Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC) traded in 51.9 million shares before noon ET Thursday, catching up on an all-day average of 186.7 million. BAC prices dropped 1.9%, though, to $13.90.

Jack in the Box Inc. (Nasdaq: JACK) shares fell 5.8% to $21.95, on volume of 614,000, already outdistancing its daily average of around 541,000, a day after the fast-food chain reported its quarterly results and updated guidance for the year.