Net stocks were picking up where they left off yesterday in early trading: moving higher, now with the self-confidence of a sector that has the
was adding 17.9% after
resumed coverage of it with a market outperform rating.
The promise of a $1.1 billion charge wasn't deterring investors from naming higher prices for stock in
this morning. The stock was up about 15.9% after the company said it would take that charge in connection with plans to sell tickets for the three major airlines it doesn't already serve:
was slipping 4.7% after setting plans to sell 6.6 million shares at a price of $135 per share in a public offering.
(TRRA:Nasdaq ADS) was exploding higher in its trading debut, up about 214%, at 41 3/4, after its 22.3 million American depositary shares were priced by Goldman Sachs above-range at $13.41 a share. Terra Networks provides Internet access in Spain and Latin America.
The Internet bellwethers were mixed.
was off 1.4%;
was down 0.1%;
was up 0.5%; and
was up 2.1%.