(Updated from 7:24 p.m. EST)
The tech stocks that headlined market news during the regular session continued to steal the show in the after-hours session tonight. Among the most-active stocks on the night watch are
. Price movement, as is typically the case on Friday nights, has been small.
Shares of communications chipmaker PMC-Sierra, which fell 22.8% to $74 during the regular session, on the heels of its
earnings release last night, have recovered 1.2% to $74.88 on
and have recouped 1.3% to $74.94 on
ECN. And Swedish cell phone company Ericsson, which dropped 13.5% to $11.25 during the day, after issuing a
disappointing earnings forecast earlier today, took back 0.6% to $11.31 on Instinet and Island.
reported better-than-expected earnings results last night but warned about a slowdown in telecom spending, slipped 0.4% to $59.38 on Instinet and Island, having gained 8% to $59.63 today. And office supply retailer
, which warned about its fourth quarter yesterday, decreased 1.2% to $15.25 on Instinet.
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