The Night Watch: Level 3 Climbs After Signing AT&T Wireless Deal

Nvidia is also higher following an earnings report that topped estimates.
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A few old-economy stocks invaded the Instinet platform in extended trading Thursday, and overall volume was fairly heavy in the extra session.


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was one of the most active stocks on Instinet after the 4 p.m. EST close of regular action. The automaker was flat at $16.77, but almost 481,000 shares changed hands.

Bank of America

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also made a rare showing on the late board, but the issue was unchanged from the close at $63.10.


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was among the volume leaders, trading up 3.6% to $51.52. After the close, the company posted third-quarter earnings, excluding items, of 28 cents a share, topping estimates by a nickel. Revenue rose 87% to $370.2 million from $198.2 million in the year-ago quarter.

Siebel Systems


was losing 0.2% to $22.70.


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was up 0.1% to $19.10,


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was flat at $15.45, and


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was inching up 0.1% to $28.32.


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was adding 0.1% to $64.50.


S&P 500 Depositary Receipts

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were active but unchanged at $112.60, while the

Nasdaq 100 Tracking Stock

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was also flat at $37.80.



crept up 1.1% to $8.50 after hours. The shares retreated during the day after



said it has held talks to merge with Enron or provide the company with a capital infusion.

Level 3 Communications


was among the biggest winners, climbing 10% to $4.97. The company said after the bell that it has signed an agreement to provide network services to

AT&T Wireless





was also gathering steam, gaining 4.9% to $24.47.



, a supplier of solar electric power products, was among the top losers, shedding 6.6% to $37.25, after the company posted third-quarter income of 10 cents a share, 3 cents shy of estimates.