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Here's what stood out in the market today.
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Here's a sampling of what made Today's Lists today, June 9:

52-Week Highs

: Shares of

MDRNA

(MRNA) - Get Report

hit a year high today of $3.55 following an announcement that its generic version of Miacalcin was approved. The stock closed up 75% for the day at $2.70.

3Com

(COMS)

closed at its new 52-week high of $5.16.

Biggest % Gainers

:

Satyam Computer Services

(SAY)

closed up 33.8% at $3.64 on Tuesday, and

Lear

(LEA) - Get Report

closed up 33.3% at $1.59.

Biggest % Losers

:

Quicksilver

(ZQK)

closed down 19.6% at $2.91 on Tuesday on analyst worries after the company took out new higher-interest-rate loans.

Rising on Unusual Volume

:

Eqinix

(EQIX) - Get Report

closed up 1% on an increased of 228% in volume.

Analyst Upgrades

: Upgrades included

AK Steel

(AKS) - Get Report

, upgraded to equal-weight by Morgan Stanley, which cited the company's earnings power. JPM upgraded

Marvell Technology

(MRVL) - Get Report

to outperform and raised its price target on the stock to $15 from $9.

Analyst Downgrades

: Goldman Sachs downgraded

Burlington Northern

(BNI)

to neutral from buy, while Morgan Stanley downgraded

Nucor

(NUE) - Get Report

from overweight to equal-weight.

TSC Ratings Upgrades

: TheStreet.com Ratings upgraded

Covidien

(COV)

from sell to hold and

Marathon Oil

(MRO) - Get Report

from hold to buy.

See

all of Today's Lists here

,

TSC Ratings Downgrades

and

Cramer's "Lightning Round"

.

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