E*Trade

(ET) - Get Report

was one of the extra session's biggest winners Monday after the company beat Wall Street's fourth-quarter estimates and guided analysts higher for 2002.

After the close, the online broker posted income of 7 cents a share for the last quarter of the year. Analysts were looking for income of 4 cents, according to First Call. The company also said it expects to match the consensus target for the first quarter. Analysts are looking for first-quarter income of 7 cents and full-year earnings of 38 cents. The company's shares were rising 4.1% to $12.70 after hours.

Corning

(GLW) - Get Report

was dropping 2.4% to $9.56 in extended activity, following news that the company will record a charge of $109 million in the fourth quarter. Factoring in the charge, Corning expects a loss of 28 cents to 29 cents a share, but that forecast still excludes another restructuring charge and the amortization of goodwill. Analysts are expecting a loss of 22 cents a share on that basis. Including all items, the fiber-optic cable company expects to lose 69 cents to 70 cents a share for the quarter.

In the first half-hour of late trading on Instinet, around 2 million shares changed hands among the top-20 volume movers.

Nextel

(NXTL)

was among the top volume movers, ticking up 0.7% to $8.42. The company's shares lost 16.4% in regular trading after Lehman Brothers downgraded Nextel to sell from market perform.

Schering-Plough

(SGP)

was also active on the Instinet platform after the close, inching up 0.1% to $35.17. Staying in the pharmaceutical arena, traders were busy with

Pharmacia

(PHA)

, but the stock was flat at $41.10.

Halliburton

(HAL) - Get Report

was unchanged at $10.77, and

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Intel

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was flat at $34.83.

Oracle

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was off 0.1% to $16.37, and the

Nasdaq 100 Tracking Stock

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was level at $39.95.

Amazon.com

(AMZN) - Get Report

was also unchanged, at $10.11.

Cisco

(CSCO) - Get Report

,

Microsoft

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and

Yahoo!

(YHOO)

were all creeping higher after the bell.