A handful of companies with news made their way onto the Instinet leader boards after the close Thursday, but extra-session traders continued to focus on big tech following the slow winter holidays.
was rising 2.9% to $21.02. After the close of regular trading, the company said December
same-store sales rose 3%. Total revenue climbed 22% to $343 million.
was one of the late session's biggest losers, dropping 27.7% to $29, after the company warned that it would fall short of Wall Street's second-quarter estimates. The company projected earnings of 13 cents to 17 cents a share on revenue of $36 million to $37 million. According to First Call, analysts were expecting income of 26 cents.
In the first half-hour of extended trading on Instinet, about 2 million shares changed hands among the top-20 volume movers.
was the volume leader, tacking on 0.1% to $20.79.
was up 0.4% at $15.35.
was unchanged at $35.53.
was off 0.1% to $14.71, and
was flat at $69.21.
was higher by 0.1% to $13.43.
Among other active issues,
was up 1% to $31.85, and the
S&P 500 Depositary Receipts
were flat at $116.85.