Dectron Internationale (DECT) soared after the company swung to a profit and said revenue for the first nine months of the year rose nearly 18% from the same period in 2005. The company, a provider of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, said nine-month revenue was $42 million, up from $35.7 million a year ago. Net earnings totaled $552,000, or 17 cents a share, compared with a loss of $387,000 and 12 cents a share last year. Dectron was lately higher by $2.70, or 64.5%, at $6.90.
WSB Financial Group, the parent of Westsound Bank, surged nearly 16% on its first day of trading. The company priced an initial public offering of 2.3 million shares at $16.50 each, and lately it was gaining $2.60 to $19.10.
Profit-takers were hitting Progen Industries (PGLA), a day after its shares rocketed higher on the strength of a positive drug trial. Progen more than doubled Wednesday, but lately the stock was giving back 18% to $5.32.
SunCom Wireless (TPC - Get Report) slumped after the New York Stock Exchange said it would suspend the company's stock because it no longer meets the minimum market capitalization requirement. SunCom plans to appeal. Shares were losing 12.8% to 95 cents.