was the most actively traded stock on Instinet and the No. 3 mover on the Island ECN after reaffirming its guidance for the fiscal second quarter.
The company still expects revenue to decline by 20% to 25% from the top line of $289 million in the fiscal first quarter. The company also said it expects to take an inventory write-down in the range of $65 million to $85 million in the quarter. The shares were off 0.1% to $36.35 on Instinet, and the stock lost 1.4% on Island.
continued to slip in the extended session, dropping 4.4% to $27.66. The fast-food giant was off more than 3% during regular-session trading after a Salomon Smith Barney research note warned of a possible drop in sales in Japan following the first discovery of mad cow disease in the country.
was the biggest loser on Instinet, falling 11.5% to $7.30. The company said it plans to offer $200 million of convertible subordinated notes due 2008 in a private placement. Finisar also said it may issue up to an additional $30 million of notes to cover any overallotments.
, a provider of wireless personal communication services, was giving back the gains from the regular session as it slid 2.1% to $12.95.
, which fell 7.2% in regular trading, was one of the biggest gainers on the Instinet chart, adding 2% to $5.10.
Shares of B2B software company
were up 10.1% to $2.28 on Island after jumping 10.1% during the day. After the closing bell, the company said
has selected the Ariba Buyer and Ariba Sourcing software for business uses.
Other tech names were moving in the after-hours.
was up 0.3%, while
was off 0.3%.
gained 0.7% and
was up 0.7%.
rose 0.1%, and
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