Posts Tagged ‘MOT’

CWS springs higher, MOT active, KONE sinks

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

China Wind Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CWS) gained 17.99 percent in price Thursday to $3.41. Volume of 236,605 shares trampled its full-day average of 77,302. CWS is a leading supplier of forged rolled rings and other forged components to the wind power and other industries and industrial equipment primarily to the textile industry in China.

Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT) traded Thursday in 55,247,292 shares, nearly doubling its full-day average. MOT share prices gained 5.19 per cent, to $8.91. Nokia Siemens Networks on Wednesday won approval from the European Union (EU) to buy the U.S. -based Motorola Network Business.

Kingtone Wirelessinfo Solution Holding Ltd (NasdaqCM: KONE) reversed 9.79 percent Thursday to $3.41. Volume of 211,373 shares more than doubled its full day average. KONE is a leading China-based software and solutions developer focused on wirelessly enabling businesses and government agencies.

PSS sparks on earnings news, MOT enjoys great volume, TRR trips

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

Collective Brands Inc. (NYSE: PSS) improved 15.86 percent in price to close Thursday at $20.38. Volume of 7,659,229 shares was five times its normal full-day average volume. PSS announced Thursday it earned $47.6 million, or 75 cents a share, on the period, up from $36.9 million, or 57 cents a share, in the same quarter last year.

Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT) was among the volume leaders late Thursday afternoon, trading in 51,736,649 shares, very nearly doubling its full-day average. MOT shares went down on the day, however, by 0.44 percent to $7.97. Motorola Mobility, the communications subsidiary of Motorola, today said it is buying home networking specialist 4Home.

TRC Companies Inc. (NYSE: TRR) gave back 8.83 percent in price Thursday to $2.58, on volume of 19,585 shares, nosing out its full-day average of 14,556. The Lowell, Mass.-based TRR is a recognized leader in engineering, consulting, and construction management services to the energy, environmental, and infrastructure markets

DNN gains ground, MOT sells widely, OREX falters

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

Denison Mines Corp. (AMEX: DNN) climbed in price 7.42 percent to $3.33 early Wednesday afternoon. Volume was 4,929,037 shares, twice-and-a-half its normal daily volume.

Motorola Corp. (NYSE: MOT) proved quite the popular stock early Wednesday, trading in 33,997,244 shares, its normal share average around 25,960,500 for a full day. Shares in the electronics maker improved 5.55 percent to $8.09. Motorola said late Tuesday that it will split into two entities in January; Motorola Mobility Holdings, including the mobile phone and television set-top box operations, and Motorola Solutions, which will include other communications devices used in government and industry, like bar-code scanners and walkie-talkies.

Orexigen Therapeutics Inc. (NasdaqGM: OREX) fell in price 9.25 percent to $4.71. Volume of 1,798,407 shares nipped ahead the stock’s full-day average. The San Diego-based company brings its weight-loss drug Contrave to an FDA panel next week