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rose after the sporting goods retailer posted an increase in second-quarter earnings and offered an upbeat forecast for the third quarter and full year. Shares were trading up $1.06, or 5.4%, to $20.62.
( AXCA) gained after the drugmaker posted higher third-quarter earnings and lifted its fiscal-year revenue projections. Shares climbed 77 cents, or 6%, to $13.71.
plummeted as the chipmaker fell slightly short of sales targets for the fiscal third quarter and signaled that business in the current quarter would lag Wall Street's expectations. Analog Devices dropped $5.13, or 16%, to $26.77.
fell after the medical-device company missed analysts' fourth-quarter earnings expectations and offered mixed guidance. The stock was losing $3.45, or 16.7%, to $17.24.