EXCO Resources Inc NYSE: XCO, Sears Holdings Corp NASDAQ: SHLD and Domino’s Pizza, Inc. NYSE: DPZ made noteworthy gains on Wall Street this Tuesday. Taking major falls are Nanosphere, Inc. NASDAQ: NSPH, Cal Dive International, Inc. NYSE: DVR and KiOR Inc OTCMKTS: KIOR. Sign Up For Our Free Newsletter EXCO Rebounds After Hitting New Low Yesterday Up +15.21%, EXCO Resources Inc ( XCO) rebounded today after hitting a new 52-week low at the start of the week. Last Friday, the company said it may acquire properties owned by its next CEO - the identity of which has not yet been revealed or decided. The oil and gas company has been in Wilbur Ross' investment portfolio since Q3 2010. Sears Holdings Corp ( SHLD) climbed +11.12% this Tuesday. The picture for the retail giant remains grim, however, with its price down -41.9% year-to-date. Domino’s Pizza, Inc. ( DPZ - Get Report) got a +10.57% boost off of its third-quarter results report, including net income of $35.6 million and $0.63 in EPS. In the investment portfolio of billionaire Richard Chilton since 2012, DPZ is up +21.06% in 2014. New Q2 Soros Picks Dive Nanosphere, Inc. ( NSPH) took a -40.65% dive today, coming back down after yesterday's surge. The molecular diagnostics company, a new acquisition for George Soros, is down -68.56% YTD. The share price of Cal Dive International, Inc. ( DVR) declined -12.85% this Tuesday. Also a new Q2 Soros buy, the marine contractor has posted a -51.45% loss over the past five days and is down -79.1% year-to-date. KiOR Inc OTCMKTS:KIOR dipped -12.37% today and is trading extremely close to its 52-week low of $0.07. Yet another new second quarter buy for Soros, KIOR is down -95.83% in 2014 and -97.14% over the past year.
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