|Day Low/High||36.40 / 36.46|
|52 Wk Low/High||23.37 / 37.00|
The casino-game maker tumbles after hours after missing EPS estimates and lowering guidance.
The recent digestion just looks normal. Plus, charts of Sears, AMD and more.
It usually takes a couple of days for volatility to subside after a Fed release.
The state's gambling deal with Native American tribes should bring new riches for all concerned.
It beats in the second quarter but says the full-year profit will trail estimates.
Support and resistance levels don't help much if you don't know when to make your move.
The Supreme Court's decision not to hear a case is a green light for bingo-style gaming devices.
Almost every week this quarter has started with a rally. Monday is likely to follow suit.
Many of the stocks in this sector are showing 'inside days' on their daily charts.
The new prohibition will change the way daytraders trade and make it harder to get fills.
The shares surge while competitor Multimedia Games eases.
The company's latest disclosure offers new data showing growth is slowing.
Investors want to know why the bingo-machine maker isn't spelling out how various games performed.
Is MegaNanza an acceptable Class II game, or an off-limits Class III? The question remains unanswered.
Rather than getting a new loan, American Capital sells stock at a discount. Plus, Multimedia Games, XM Satellite.
The company was all too happy to note the progress of a new-game rollout, though.
Bristol-Myers gets an approvable letter on its schizophrenia drug.
Former director Lawrence Kaplan was allegedly part of a stock scam. Plus, Riverdeep and American Capital.
The probe relates to trading in its stock in 1996 and 1997.
Semiconductors serve as the canary in the coal mine for the world economy, which makes their selloff worrisome.
Revenue looks flat excluding the Act deal. Plus, Dynacq and Multimedia Games.
A June 17 ruling indicated that the MegaNanza game's still considered Class III.
The company said the problems with its MegaNanza game will translate into lower profits for the year.
Inspire Pharma and Allegiance Telecom rocket higher.
Certain patterns and events signal trading opportunities well before they generate buy or sell signals.
An advisory panel rules that the company's most popular game needs state approval.
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