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( HOKU) surged 38% after signing a seven-year, $185 million contract with a maker of solar panels. The fuel-cells maker closed up $2.65 to $9.60.
jumped 8% to a 52-week high Thursday, after it posted second-quarter results that blew past Wall Street estimates. The Pasadena-based maker of engineered products was up $6.66 to $89.95.
: St. Louis-based
fell to a 52-week low after the company said its fiscal 2008 outlook might be deflated due to a potential "further delay" in supply contracts with
. Thursday, shares tumbled $9.83, or 21%, to $36.24.
( IDMI) plunged 27% after it announced investors will buy 7.1 million shares of common stock and will issue five-year warrants to investors to buy about 2.4 million more shares at an exercise price of $4.06 apiece. Thursday shares sank $1.12 to $3.02.
, trading at 4 times average volume Thursday, increased 64 cents, or 2.5%, to $26.04. The London-based investment services company announced on June 20 that it purchased 50,000 of its ordinary shares. It is intended that these shares will be held in Treasury.
was experiencing unusual options activity Thursday. Shares traded up 19 cents, or 0.5%, to $43.51.
: Shares of
( KFT) jumped 6% Thursday on reports from
that activist investor Nelson Peltz has accumulated a 3% stake in the company. Peltz is expected to urge Kraft to sell the Maxwell House and Post brands and to improve the Kraft cheese business. Peltz may also push for more share buybacks. Kraft traded up $2.28, reaching $36.74.
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