A few old-economy stocks invaded the Instinet platform in extended trading Thursday, and overall volume was fairly heavy in the extra session.
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
also made a rare showing on the late board, but the issue was unchanged from the close at $63.10.
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.
was losing 0.2% to $22.70.
was up 0.1% to $19.10,
was flat at $15.45, and
was inching up 0.1% to $28.32.
was adding 0.1% to $64.50.
S&P 500 Depositary Receipts
were active but unchanged at $112.60, while the
Nasdaq 100 Tracking Stock
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
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.