The extended session was fairly quiet Monday, following a day on which the major U.S. stock
averages ended lower for the first time in 2002.
was the volume leader on the Instinet platform after the close, where the provider of electronics manufacturing services slid 3.5% to $26.06.
Overall, volume was light. In the first half-hour of extra trading, around 1 million shares had changed hands among Instinet's top-20 volume movers.
was active, inching up 0.1% to $68.64.
was tacking on 0.2% at $26.99.
was up 0.3% to $35.38.
was losing 0.9% to $19.55, and
which Monday raised its guidance and received a ratings upgrade, was ahead by 0.2% to $11.70.
reaffirmed its previous guidance after the close, saying it still expects to return to profitability for the fourth quarter on a pretax basis, excluding special charges. The PC maker also forecast quarterly revenue of about $1.16 billion.
Nasdaq 100 Tracking Stock
was slightly lower, losing 0.2% to $41.14, and the
S&P 500 Depositary Receipts
were unchanged at $116.84.
was one of the late session's biggest losers, dropping 5.5% to $22.77. After the close, the company, a maker of components and systems for fiber-optic communications and semiconductor companies, said its fourth-quarter loss would be slightly better than analysts' estimates. According to First Call, Wall Street is expecting the company to lose a penny a share. However, the company also said sales would be about 10% below analysts' expectations of $56 million. Newport had previously expected to break even on sales of $55 million to $58 million.
was one of the top winners after the regular session closed, rising 10.9% to $9.15. After the close, the company said fourth-quarter revenue would be $31 million to $32 million, at the high end of its expected range. The security software maker also said it would be "operationally profitable" for the quarter.