While stocks were sluggish during regular trading today, after-hours buyers pounced on two recent inductees to the

S&P 500


Replacing the


(CSCO) - Get Report

and the


(INTC) - Get Report

of the world, e-commerce infrastructure provider

Concord EFS


was recently the heaviest traded stock on


, gaining 3.2% to $41.75, with over 600,000 shares being exchanged. The shares were also ratcheting up gains on


ECN, the other extended-hours platform, as investors scrambled to snap up the stock. The company, which is based in Memphis, Tenn.,

announced yesterday it would cut 250 jobs, or 10% of its workforce, in a streamlining move.



(FISV) - Get Report

was getting snapped up by the after-hours crowd. On Instinet, the shares rose 3.4% to $46.25 and climbed 2.3% to $45.75 on Island. Fiserv, which provides data processing, business support and transaction processing to about 10,000 financial services providers, including banks, insurance companies and brokerage firms, replaced

Old Kent Financial


on the index. The stock, like Concord, was previously on the

S&P MidCap 400


But poor



. The stock recently tumbled 14.3% to $12 as investors reacted to its after-the-bell earnings warning, which said its first-quarter earnings per share would be "in the low- to mid-single pennies" due to higher-than-expected costs.

Extended hours volume was healthy, especially on Instinet, where winners seemed to outpace the losers. Some blue-chip tech names were on the rise, including


(ORCL) - Get Report

, lately up 0.3% to $15.03;

Dell Computer

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, up 1.2% to $26; and even beaten-down



managed to gained 0.4% to $8.44.

The triple Qs, or the

Nasdaq 100

(QQQ) - Get Report

, was lately up 0.3% to $39.28 on Instinet.

The first quarter may be over, but some things don't seem to change. Indeed, bellwether Cisco continued its slide as the shares were off 0.8% to $15.69 on Instinet. Island players sold off on tech stalwarts

JDS Uniphase



Juniper Networks

(JNPR) - Get Report



(MSFT) - Get Report

. Included in the downturn were names like



, which lately lost 1.58% to $7.78, and software maker

BEA Systems


, down 1.28% to $29.

This information is provided by Instinet, a wholly owned subsidiary of Reuters (RTRSY) . For further information, please contact Instinet at www.instinet.com.

Island ECN offers trading, mainly in Nasdaq-listed stocks, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST.



explains how the rules change when the sun goes down in Investing Basics: Night Owl, a section devoted to after-hours trading.