Posts Tagged ‘S’

LUNA shoots for the moon, S steady, SEMG sinks

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Luna Innovations Inc. (Nasdaq: LUNA) shares gained 46.4% to $2.65, on volume of 2.7 million shares, trouncing a daily average around 20,000, after the molecular-technology provider agreed to extend a development agreement with Intuitive Surgical Inc. (Nasdaq: ISRG).

Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE: S) dealt in 35.1 million shares, making headway on a daily average of 64.8 million. Prices hiked 1% to $4.61.

SemGroup Corp. (NYSE: SEMG) shares were off 12.5% to $28.40, on volume of 4.2 million shares, towering over its average of 311,583, after the petroleum pipeline and storage provider reported losing $4.9 million in the fourth quarter.

IDSA in orbit, S vocal, CISG capsizes

Monday, March 28th, 2011

Industrial Services of America Inc. (Nasdaq: IDSA) shares gained 16.6% to $11.72. Share volume was 263, 718, trumping an all-day average of less than 52,000, after the waste manager reported a higher fourth-quarter profit from the year-ago period.

Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE: S) dealt in 43.9 million shares, catching up on its daily average of 62.2 million. Prices hiked 1.2% to $4.74, after the company spoke out against the acquisition of T-Mobile USA by rival AT&T.

CNinsure Inc. (Nasdaq: CISG) U.S.-listed shares were off 11.6% to $11.97. Share volume was 2.5 million, or more than four times its daily average, after the Chinese insurer and brokerage late Friday said it would sell Beijing Fanhau Datong Investment Management Co. Ltd. for nearly $64 million.

CRIS soars, C active, S slips

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Curis Inc. (Nasdaq: CRIS) shares climbed 14% to $3.34, on three million shares, or five times its daily average, after the drug developer and its partner Roche Group announced positive results from a midstage study of their skin-cancer treatment.

Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) traded in 263 million shares Monday, closing in on a daily average of 482 million. C announced Monday it will slash the number of common shares outstanding through a 1-for-10 reverse stock split, and reintroduce a dividend

Sprint Nextel Corp. (NYSE: S) shares declined 13.4% to $4.38, on volume of 134 million shares, better than double its daily average of 55 million, a trading day after rival AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) said it would acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom AG in a $39-billion deal that would make AT&T the largest U.S. wireless carrier.

BKD grows, S rings it up, ALAN slumps

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Brookdale Senior Living Inc. (NYSE: BKD) shares gained 9% to $25.55, on share volume of 1.8 million, or twice its average, a day after the operator of assisted-living housing reported a narrower fourth-quarter loss. Earlier Thursday, the company announced an agreement for an expanded corporate line of credit.

Sprint Nextel Corp. (Nasdaq: S) traded Thursday in 56.8 million shares, surpassing its daily average of 52.3 million. Prices added 1.8% to $4.28, after taking the wraps off its HTC Arrive smart phone.

Alanco Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: ALAN) subsided 13.3% to $1.04 Thursday, on share volume of 113,000, more than six times its daily average.

HGR sprints, S hangs in there, PACR falls off pace

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

Hanger Orthopedic Group (NYSE: HGR) shares rocketed 20.5% to $27.43 Thursday, on volume of just more than a million shares, already five times its daily average, after announcing a 10% surge in sales, though profits were down.

Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE: S) traded in 100.5 million shares Thursday, more than twice its daily average. Prices sprang up 3.9% to $4.52, amid higher subscription rates.

Pacer International Inc. (Nasdaq: PACR) shares plummeted 20.8% to $5.46. Volumes of two million shares quadrupled its daily average, after reporting Wednesday a surprise quarterly loss of $1.1 million, compared to a $9.3-million gain in the prior-year quarter.