Winners

Conceptus

(CPTS)

, the developer of a permanent birth control procedure called Essure, said the Food and Drug Administration has granted an expedited review for the premarket approval application covering the product. Conceptus was better by 15% to $18.31 after it said an FDA panel will review the application in July.

Foot Locker

(Z) - Get Report

matched analysts' expectations for the first quarter, earning 26 cents a share, and the athletic apparel retailer's stock climbed 7% to $14.41. The company, formerly Venator and before that Woolworth, said earnings for the full year would be basically in line with estimates.

Business and supply chain software maker

J.D. Edwards

(JDEC)

was up 19% to $12.46 a day after the company posted a second-quarter profit and beat estimates on a pro forma basis.

Men's Wearhouse

(MW)

posted first-quarter earnings of 25 cents a share, 9 cents ahead of estimates, helping lift the stock 8% to $26.98. The men's clothing retailer also raised its expectations for the full year.

Williams-Sonoma

(WSM) - Get Report

was climbing 11% to $32.28 after the home goods and kitchenware seller beat first-quarter earnings estimates and raised its guidance for the second quarter and full year.

Losers

Advanced Marketing Services

(MKT)

, a provider of services to book retailers and publishers, posted fourth-quarter earnings that matched expectations if a charge wasn't included in the results. The company earned 15 cents in the quarter, after a charge of 2 cents. Analysts were looking for a profit of 17 cents. But the company's shares were falling 13% to $20.30 after it forecast fiscal 2003 earnings of $1.24 to $1.30 a share. Analysts are looking for $1.39, according to First Call.

Sports Authority

(TSA)

beat analysts' estimates for the first quarter and raised its guidance for the year, but the stock was losing 8% to $12.20. The sporting goods retailer earned 5 cents in the latest quarter, compared with estimates of 2 cents. Sports Authority also said it expects full-year earnings of 68 cents, a penny ahead of the consensus estimate.

Auto parts maker

Superior Industries

(SUP) - Get Report

was dropping 12% to $44.04 after Prudential Securities lowered its rating on the stock to sell from hold. The firm also slashed its 2003 and 2004 earnings estimates on Superior.