Shares of XM Satellite Radio (XMSR) traded actively Monday after the company announced solid subscriber growth Friday afternoon. On Friday, the satellite radio company said that it signed up more than 540,000 subscribers during the first quarter, ahead of the 500,000 that analysts had been expecting. The company now has 3.77 million subscribers and expects to end the year with about 5.5 million. The strong first-quarter gains put the company on track to meet its goal of signing up 2.2 million new users during 2005. Shares traded up 25 cents to $30.98.Other technology movers included Microsoft (MSFT), up 11 cents to $24.23; Intel (INTC - Get Report), down 8 cents to $22.93; Lucent Technologies (LU), down 9 cents to $2.62; Cisco Systems (CSCO), down 3 cents to $17.67; Oracle (ORCL), up 16 cents to $12.69; Sirius Satellite Radio (SIRI), down 11 cents to $5.45; and Yahoo! (YHOO), up 79 cents to $35.07.
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