, a maker of Internet traffic management and e-commerce software, said Thursday it is "comfortable" with Wall Street's fourth-quarter earnings and revenues expectations.
Four analysts polled by
First Call/Thomson Financial
are calling for Mahawah, N.J.-based Radware to earn 9 cents a share for the period, up from the 3 cents it earned in the year-ago period.
Shares of Radware gained $2.75, or 16.1%, to $19.81 in regular-session