Investors again had news, mostly tech related, after the close to influence extra trading, but volume showed a little more conviction than in the prior two extended sessions this week.
, the graphics chip maker, was slipping 1% to $37.67 after the company beat
first-quarter earnings estimates by a penny.
was gaining 2.8% to $11.20 on word the company's CEO
would step aside and let his brother take the helm.
Volume was a little more moderate. In the first 90 minutes of trading, around 3 million shares changed hands among the 20 most active stocks on the Instinet platform.
was adding another 2.4% to $1.69 after gaining 16% in
regular trading. The big move came after the company said it would eliminate its tracking stock structure in July, marking the end of the
Nasdaq 100 Unit Trust
was slipping 0.2% to $31.33.
was off 0.6%, and
was down 0.3%.
was also lower by 0.3%, while
was falling 1.8%.
was losing 0.5%, and
was flat. The
S&P 500 Depositary Receipts
were also unchanged.
, which was crushed in regular trading following news that its CEO would leave the company when a replacement is found, tacked on a penny to $13.56 after the close.