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March 23, 2012
16:28 EDTKITD, CPWM, BZH, KBH, BONE, AAPL, HOV, GLUU, BATS, LENOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
Stock futures were quiet during the pre-market trading session, leading to a muted open for the broader market. The averages began the day mixed with the Nasdaq lagging the other major indices. The three major equity indices were mixed for most of the session, with the Dow and S&P moving into positive territory and the Nasdaq continuing to lag. Oil prices spiked as much as 3.0% higher during the day, but settled up roughly 1.6% as supply concerns took hold due to sanctions against Iran. Gold prices also moved higher as the U.S. dollar broke a level of support and North Korea launched a missile entering a full-fledged stage of action. ECONOMIC EVENTS: U.S. February new home sales dropped 1.6% to 313K units, missing expectations of a 1.3% increase. In Europe, Spain's borrowing costs rose over 5.5% again for first time since January... MARKET NEWS: Shares of KB Home (KBH) fell over 8% after its results missed expectations and its orders declined due to an increase in its cancellation rate. Other homebuilders including Lennar (LEN), Hovnanian (HOV), and Beazer (BZH) fell in sympathy with KB's report. BATS Global Markets (BATS) made its initial public offering, trading on its own exchange. However, it announced its stock would be halted until further notice following technical problems. Notable among its issues was a problem with Apple (AAPL), which traded 100 shares on the BATS exchange at $542.80 before a single-stock circuit breaker halted its trading…MAJOR MOVERS: Among the biggest gainers were Cost Plus (CPWM) which soared 16.5% to $18.66 after forecasting higher than expected Q1 revenue, and Glu Mobile (GLUU) which rallied 21% to $4.85 after Needham & Co. raised their rating on the shares to a "Strong Buy." The losers included Bacterin International Holdings (BONE) which tumbled 25.8% to $2.50 after announcing a wider than expected Q4 loss, and Kit Digital (KITD) which fell 22.3% to $6.33 after announcing four Board members had resigned. INDICES: The Dow rose 34.59 to 13,080.73, the S&P gained 4.33 to 1,397.11, and the Nasdaq added 4.60 to 3,067.92.
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