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Stock Futures Gap on Jobs Numbers. Stocks to Watch: VRML, RENN, SBUX, MCP, GMCR, FRO, SIRI

Stock FuturesAdd another feather in the cap for the recovery. In February, the US economy added 227k jobs. Then unemployment remained unchanged as more people reentered the workforce in search of jobs. Dow futures are currently up 83 points to 12,855. Nasdaq 100 futures are up 31.50 to 2,635. The S&P 500 futures are rounding out the Friday gains, up 14.25 points to 1,361.

The past three months of job growth has been the fastest since 2006. This is a huge boost to the psyche of the recovery, and to the President’s reelection campaign. Trade gap data with China also showed a trade gap of over 25 billion dollars.

Job gains for January were also revised higher, from 243k to 284k. This was the biggest one-month total since the recession ended.

One takeaway from this. Any expectations of QE3 just got shoved out of the window. The catalyst for that will have to be severe now. [Read more...]

Stocks On Edge Due to Growth Concerns. Stocks to Watch: HNR, MWW, SWY, ONTY, KERX, FRO, NTRI

Stock FuturesDeja vu time folks. Greece. With the bond swap deal supposed to take place this week, investors are waiting to see the outcome of the deal. Markets are also coming off the massive liquidity high of last week’s LTRO out of the ECB. All in all, it is making for an interesting market day. Dow futures are currently down 86 points to 12,875. Nasdaq 100 futures are off 19 points to 2,597. The S&P 500 futures are rounding out the losses pre-market, down 10.50 points to 1,354.

Investors are worried that any future liquidity injections will require an external event, and a rather bad one. That has nervousness creeping back into the market as they look to see what domino could possibly fall next.

China’s growth cut is not helping matters, and is giving rise to the fears that another downturn could be on the horizon. [Read more...]

Stock Futures Point Higher On Jobless Claims. Stocks to Watch: FIO, VVUS, FRO, NBG, FNSR, RIMM, JRCC

Stock FuturesStock futures are trending higher this morning as investors wait for new economic data to be released. Jobless claims are set to be released at 8:30am EST. Same-store retail data is also slated for release the am. Dow futures are currently up 34 points to 12,971. Nasdaq 100 futures are up by 10.75 points to 2,634. The S&P 500 futures are rounding out the pre-market gains, up 3.50 points to 1,386.

Jobless claims were little changed from last week, dropping 2k to 351k (this was due to a revision that had last week’s number going from 351k to 353k). This shows that the labor market continues to strengthen.

Personal income also rose, up .3% after a.5% rise in December. Consumer spending, while worse that expectations, moved .2% higher.

Right now the Dow seems to be stuck around the 13k level. Most analysts agree that for fresh buyers to come in, there needs to be a decisive break. If it continues to trade around this range with no break, the worry is that a correction could be in store and short-bias traders would emerge in force. [Read more...]

Futures Look For Direction After German Data and Downgrades. Stocks to Watch: KORS, FRO, AVP, NFLX, RAX, AAPL, ZNGA

Investors are looking for direction today after they received two pieces of conflicting news. Moody’s went on a downgrade spree in Europe after the close yesterday, while German investor sentiment numbers improved. Currently, Dow futures are are down 3 points to 12,832. Nasdaq 100 futures are slightly in positive territory, up .25 to 2,568. The S&P 500 futures are down .75 points 1,348.25.

Domestically, the economic data calendar is full today. At 8:30am EST, retail sales numbers will be released. January import prices are due at the same time. Expectations are for an increase of .9%. Analysts are pointing towards gains in car-sales and chain-stores.

At 10am, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner is scheduled to testify before the Senate Finance Committee regarding President’s Obama’s budget. Undoubtedly this will be a partisan circus act with the GOP looking to score political points in the run-up to the election. [Read more...]

Stocks Heading Lower In Early Trading: CHTP, KV.A, AMSC, MOTR, FRO, DEXO

Chelsea Therapeutics International (NASDAQ:CHTP) is down 29.06% today at $3.54. CHTP has traded 6.8 million shares so far today, well above its daily average of 615 thousand shares. Chelsea Therapeutics is taking a hit today after the FDA raised concerns from a drug study. The company has a market cap of 210.90 million.

K-V Pharmaceuticals Company (NYSE:KV.A) is down 3.09% in early trading at $1.57. KV.A has traded 1.6 million shares so far today, more than double its daily average. KV.A shares have been falling since announcing their quarterly results on Feb. 9. Their fourth quarter loss was more than 7 times their revenue. The company has a market cap of 88.62 million. [Read more...]

US Futures in Positive Territory With Halliburton News. Stocks to Watch: RIMM, AAPL, ZNGA, CHK, SIRI, HAL, FRO

Investors are willing to take hope wherever they can get it in regards to Europe. After hitting a snag over the weekend, the Greek debt talks are back on again this morning. Hopes of a possible deal along with earnings out of Halliburton are driving the market modestly higher. Dow futures are currently up 27 points to 12,681. Nasdaq 100 futures are adding 5 points, while the S&P 500 is up just over 2 points.

This week’s earning schedule is relatively light so all the focus will be back on Europe. Market action is expected to be sideways according to many analysts. Any news out of Greece or the broader EU will move the market in any direction. Hope on the street is for a possible Greek debt deal today at the EU meeting.

Reports out of Greece have Greek creditors submitted a maximum offer on the losses they will bear. It is now up to the EU and the IMF on whether or not they will accept the deal. Overall European markets are up slightly as all eyes turn towards the meeting of finance ministers in Brussels. The banking-heavy Stoxx 600 Index is up slightly to 256.74.

In domestic corporate news the weekend was dominated by Research in Motion. Their co-CEOs announced on Sunday that they would resign on Monday. This has sent the shares of RIMM higher in pre-market trading.

Other corporate news had Halliburton releasing their earnings. The energy-service company reported 50% higher income on 37% higher revenue in the 4th quarter.

In commodities, oil futures continue to trade near the $100 per barrel mark. Nymex crude is up nearly a dollar to $99.26. Gold futures are following suit, up $11 to $1,674.70.

Stocks to watch today include Research In Motion Limited (NASDAQ:RIMM), Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Zynga Inc. (NASDAQ:ZNGA), Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK), Sirius XM Radio Inc. (NASDAQ:SIRI), Halliburton Company (NYSE:HAL) and Frontline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO)

Research In Motion Limited (NASDAQ:RIMM) is up 3.35% in pre market trading at $17.57. RIMM shares are rising after the company’s co CEOs quit and a new CEO is named. Thorsten Heins, a former Siemens executive, took over as CEO on Saturday. Investors reacted positively to this news as they have been pressuring the company to make a change for some time now. RIMM has traded 560 thousand shares so far this morning and trades 22.9 million shares a day on average. The company has a market cap of 8.77 billion.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is up 0.82% in pre market trading at $423.75. AAPL will be interesting to watch as the company reports its fourth quarter earnings tomorrow. The stock recently hit a new overall high at over $431, but has recently dipped a little bit. AAPL trades 12.7 million shares a day on average and has a market cap of 390.63 billion.

Zynga Inc. (NASDAQ:ZNGA) is up 0.77% in pre market trading at $9.16. ZNGA recently announced it is thinking of entering the online gambling market and has been speaking with potential partners. This news comes as the U.S. Justice Department ruled in-state Internet gambling does not violate federal law. ZNGA trades 10.5 million shares a day on average. The company has a market cap of 6.36 billion.

Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) is up 4.96% in pre market trading at $22.00. CHK has traded more than 80 thousand shares this morning and trades 13.2 million shares a day on average. CHK announced earlier today it will be cutting its gas production by 50% in 2012 in response to low natural gas prices. The company has a market cap of 13.41 billion.

Sirius XM Radio Inc. (NASDAQ:SIRI) is down 1.90% in pre market trading at $2.06. SIRI trades 54.2 million shares a day on average. Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock to equal weight from overweight this morning, but increased the price target to $2.30. The company has a market cap of 7.87 billion.

Halliburton Company (NYSE:HAL) is down 1.30% in pre market trading at $35.73. Halliburton reported fourth quarter EPS of $1.00, one cent above estimates. Revenue also beat forecasts and the company saw a 50% jump in profit for the fourth quarter. HAL has traded 170 thousand shares so far today and trades 18 million shares a day on average. The company has a market cap of 33.31 billion.

Frontline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO) is up 6.78% in pre market trading at $5.04. FRO shares look to bounce back today after dipping more than $0.20 on Friday. The stock has traded more than 15 thousand share so far this morning and trades 2.2 million shares a day on average. The company has a market cap of 369.05 million.

Active Stocks In Afternoon Trading: CPY, BVSN, ENER, MSFT, NKTR, KOG, MHR, FRO

Stocks continue to trade mixed in afternoon trading with the Dow in positive territory while the Nasdaq and S&P are negative. Earnings from tech giants Microsoft and IBM are helping prop up the Dow. Google’s disappointing earnings and nagging concerns in Europe held the other two indices down. Right now the Dow is up 56 points, the Nasdaq has dropped 8 points and the S&P is off 3 points.

Here’s a quick look at some of the most active stocks trading today.

CPI Corporation (NYSE:CPY) is up 24.26% this afternoon at $1.68. CPY is trading heavy volume today as the stock is seeing a nice bounce after falling from over $5 in late December following poor third quarter results. CPY has traded 1.6 million shares so far today, more than five times its daily average. The company has a current market cap of 11.89 million.

BroadVision, Inc. (NASDAQ:BVSN) continues to go higher today and is up another 15.89% at $28.01. BVSN continues to trade extremely high volume compared to its daily average with 734 thousand shares traded today. The stock’s daily average volume is 95 thousand shares. BVSN shares are up $15 a share since early January. The company has a market cap of 130.89 million.

Energy Conversion Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:ENER) is up 1.01% today at $1. ENER shares are trying to hold these small gains today after dipping more than $0.50 the previous two trading days. ENER has traded 4.5 million shares so far today, more than double its daily average. The company has a market cap of 54.34 million.

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is up 5.01% this afternoon at $29.53. MSFT is up on heavy volume today following quarterly results that beat expectations. MSFT has traded 125.8 million shares so far today, well above its daily average of 54.2 million shares. The company has a market cap of 249 billion.

Nektar Therapeutics (NASDAQ:NKTR) is down 5.24% right now at $5.97. NKTR is trading above average volume today with 1.3 million shares traded. No recent news for NKTR, but overall the stock is up more 50% since late November and has been pulling back slightly in recent days. The company has a market cap of 677.97 million.

Kodiak Oil & Gas Corp. (NYSE:KOG) is down 5.69% at $9.19. KOG has traded 6.9 million shares this afternoon, 400 thousand more shares than its daily average. KOG has had choppy trading recently, but is up 150% since October. The company has a market cap of 1.93 billion.

Magnum Hunter Resources Corporation (NYSE:MHR) has dropped 5.41% today at $5.5975. MHR has traded 3.3 million shares today and will finish the day with above average volume. Oil and natural gas companies have been getting hit in recent days as natural gas prices have plummeted. The company has a market cap of 743.79 million.

Frontline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO) is down 4.80% today at $4.76. FRO has traded 1.2 million shares today and trades 2.6 million shares a day on average. FRO is taking a bit of a hit today, but is still in an upward trend for the past month and a half. In that period, FRO shares have jumped from less than $3 to over $5. The company has a market cap of 371.38 million.

Futures Up As Chinese Data Surprises. Stocks to Watch: TSLA, FRO, NOK, AAPL, C, BAC, VQ

Wall Street is looking at a triple digit rally on the Dow as economic data from China surprised to the upside. Currently Dow futures are up 119 points to 12,509. Nasdaq 100 futures are following the upside trend, adding 26 points to 2,399.50. The S&P 500 futures are rounding out the gains, up 12 points to 1,300.90.

Instead of Europe being the driving force behind market action, China is the catalyst today. Overnight they released their 4th quarter GDP numbers showing growth at 8.9%. This beat consensus expectations of 8.7%. The country did experience a slowdown overall for the year, with growth dropping to 9.2% from 10.4% the year earlier. Analysts say the China is in for a steady slowdown rather than the feared hard-landing.

Earnings season in the US is in full-swing this week as a couple major banks are expected to report results before the bell. Both Citigroup and Wells Fargo are set to release their quarterly results before the market session begins.

JPMorgan Chases and Co. reported on Friday a major drop in 4th quarter earnings. This will likely keep expectations in check this week as other banks report. Goldman Sachs and Bank of America are also slated to report this week.

Europe is following on the heels of the China with major indexes rallying across the board. The banking heavy Stoxx 600 Europe index is up nearly a percent while the UK’s FTSE 100 is adding .75%. The German Dax is leading the major indexes, up 1.74% in intra-day trading.

In commodity news a report came out over the weekend that the Saudis were targeting $100 a barrel oil. Highlighting increased expenditures by the government, the Saudis believe that the global recovery is fully underway and demand will support the prce. Said another way, the Arab Spring is expensive to keep at arm’s length in their country and they need all the oil profit they can get to quell a restless population.

Stocks to watch today include Tesla Motors Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA), Frontline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO), Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK), Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Citigroup Inc. (NYSE:C), Bank of America Corp. (NYSE:BAC) and Venoco, Inc. (NYSE:VQ)

Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) is up 14.09% in pre market trading at $26.00. TSLA shares are bouncing back in pre market today following a big dip on Friday after key engineers left the company. Shares of TSLA fell close to $6 in the last hour of trading on Friday. TSLA has traded 17 thousand shares this morning and trades 1.1 million shares a day on average. The company has a market cap of 2.38 billion.

Frontline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO) is up 10.63% in pre market today at $5.10. Not a lot of recent news on FRO but it has been in an overall uptrend for more than a month now. The stock lost more than 50% of its value back in late November when it fell from around $6.50 to less than $3 following poor quarterly results. Since then it has recouped much of those losses. FRO trades 2.6 million shares a day on average and has a market cap of 358.93 million.

Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) is up 6.91% in pre market trading at $5.57. NOK shares are up this morning following reports yesterday the company may be close to naming a new chairman. NOK trades 30 million shares a day on average and has a market cap of 19.33 billion.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is up slightly in pre market trading at $423.00. AAPL shares have rallied more than $50 a share since late November. Apple has earnings coming up later this month on Jan. 24. AAPL trades just over 14 million shares a day on average and has a market cap of 390.17 billion.

Citigroup, Inc. (NYSE:C) is down 2.67% this morning at $29.90. Earnings are due from Citigroup this morning. C trades 56.2 million shares a day on average and has a market cap of 89.87 billion.

Bank of America Corp (NYSE:BAC) is up 1.06% in pre market trading at $6.68. BAC is up as the market is set to open higher on economic news out of China. BAC is up more than $1.50 since mid December when it was briefly trading below $5. BAC trades 269 million shares a day on average and has a market cap of 67 billion.

Venoco, Inc. (NYSE:VQ) is up more than 50% this morning at $11.50. VQ shares are up today after the CEO of the company to acquire company for $12.50 a share. VQ trades 328 thousand shares a day on average and will more than likely eclipse that today. The company has a market cap of 451.91 million.

Stock Futures Lower As Europe Weighs. Stocks to Watch: NFLX, SODA, AAPL, NOK, FRO, AMR, BAC

After starting off the year green, Wall Street is looking at its first red start as European concerns weigh on the markets. Dow futures are currently lower by 66 points to 12,291. The Nasdaq 100 futures are bucking the Dow trend and are slightly positive by 1 point. S&P 500 futures are following the Dow lower, shedding 8.25 points to 1265.50.

Fresh concerns over the European banking sector are rocking the continent this morning. The banking heavy Stoxx 600 index is off nearly one percent in intraday trading. The Spanish IBEX 35 index is down over 2%, while the Italian FTSE MIB Index is slumping over 3%.

The German DAX is also heading lower this morning, currently down .7% and the UK FTSE 100 is following suit, shedding over .5%. Banks in each market are among the most heavily hit.

There was a piece of good news after the French bond auction helped dispel some concerns about the ability of EU countries to raise cash to service their high debt levels. Yields did start the march higher during and after the auction which will pressure the country’s triple-A credit rating.

In the US markets expect a mix of European news mixed with domestic company news to drive market action. Seagate Technology’s preliminary results show that the company is expected to exceed analysts expectations of revenue – company projections have it coming in at $3.1 billion vs the expectations of $2.8 billion.

Overall market conditions will be beholden to sovereign debt issues emanating out of Europe. The continual inaction by the EU on solving the problem long-term continues to be a major market mover to the downside.

Stocks to Watch today include Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX), Sodastream International (NASDAQ:SODA), Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK), Frontline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO), AMR Corporation (NYSE:AMR) and Bank of America Corp. (NYSE:BAC)

Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) is down slightly in pre market trading at $79.56. Yesterday, NFLX had a big rally, jumping 11.36% and closing at $80.45. This jump came as Netflix announced that their subscribers watched 2 billion hours of streaming video in the fourth quarter of 2011. The company has a market cap of 4.22 billion.

Sodastream International Limited (NASDAQ:SODA) is up 7.42% in pre market trading at $40.55. SODA closed yesterday up 8.29% at $37.75. SODA trades 1.09 million shares a day on average. Earlier this morning, Sodastream and Kraft Foods announced a new branding deal that will see Kraft Foods make branded flavors available for use with Sodastream’s soda making machines. The company has a market cap of 694 million.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is down a fraction of a percent in pre market trading at $412.90. AAPL closed about a half percent higher yesterday at $413.44. Early this morning, Taiwan’s Elan says Apple has to pay $5 million in patent settlement. AAPL trades 15.3 million shares a day on average. The company has a market cap of 384.25 billion.

Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) is up 2.76% in pre market trading at $5.23. NOK closed yesterday down 1.17% at $5.08. NOK is up in pre market after Credit Suisse upgraded the stock from underperform to out perform. NOK has traded 700 thousand shares already in pre market and trades 27.68 million shares a day on average. The company has a market cap of 19.02 billion.

Frontline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO) is up 2.59% in pre market trading at $4.36. FRO closed down 5.76% yesterday at $4.25. The stock trades 2.89 million shares a day on average. The company has a market cap of 330.90 million.

AMR Corporation (NYSE:AMR) closed yesterday down 16.08% at $0.2420. AMR gained about a penny of that back in after hours. AMR is set to open on the OTC market this morning after getting delisted from the NYSE yesterday for failing to meet NYSE listing requirements. The company has a market cap of 80.45 million.

Bank of America Corp. (NYSE:BAC) is down 1.20% in pre market trading at $5.74. BAC closed yesterday slightly higher at $5.81. BAC has traded 169 thousand shares already in pre market and averages 250.14 million shares a day. Over the past five trading days, BAC stock is up about $0.50 a share. The company has a market cap of 58.89 billion.

Stocks In Negative Territory This Morning: MCP, FIO, FRO, BLDP, CSKI, PEIX

Molycorp, Inc. (NYSE:MCP) is down 2.87% today at $23.35. MCP has traded 2.3 million shares so far today and trades 4.1 million shares a day on average. MCP has dropped more than $4 a share over the past 2 days. The company has a market cap of 1.96 billion. Take Advantage of Short Squeezes With Buy In Alerts

Fusion-io, Inc. (NYSE:FIO) is down 2.24% at $24.89 today. FIO has traded 372 thousand shares so far today and trades 1.9 million shares a day on average. FIO is down more than $1 a share over the past two days. The company has a market cap of 2.07 billion.

Frontline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO) is down 4.40% at $4.13 this morning. FRO is down on light volume with 434 thousand shares traded. The stock trades 2.8 million shares a day on average. The company has a market cap of 321.78 million.

Ballard Power Systems Inc. (NASDAQ:BLDP) is down 9.02% at $1.11 today. BLDP has traded 343 thousand shares so far today, more than double its daily average volume. The company has a market cap of 93.17 million. Take Advantage of Short Squeezes With Buy In Alerts

China Sky One Medical, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSKI) is down 17.03% today at $0.94. CSKI has traded 187 thousand shares so far today, more than triple its daily average volume. The company has a market cap of 16.09 million.

Pacific Ethanol, Inc. (NASDAQ:PEIX) is down 5.65% at $1.0850 today. PEIX is down on heavy volume today with 11.4 million shares traded so far today, 2 million more than its daily average. The company has a market cap of 83.27 million.

Futures Modestly Lower as Sears Buckles. Stocks to Watch: AAPL, PARL, CLWR, FRO, MU, CALM

The holiday hangover is in full effect with the Dow futures shedding 15 points to 12,202. Nasdaq futures are also off fractionally, down 1 point to 2,278. The S&P futures are also negative, off 2.50 points to 1,257.75.

The economic data slate is stacked this morning with the Case Shiller hone price-index expected to release at 9am EST. At 10am EST, consumer confidence numbers are expected. A survey of economists show consensus expectations of a rise in consumer confidence from 56 to 60.

These data points are on the heels of the Labor Department announcing that initial claims had fallen to 364,000, the lowest since April 2008. Maximize Your Trades With Profitly

In the retail world, Sears Holdings announced it would close 100 to 120 Kmart stores due to lackluster sales performances. The company reported that earnings would fall by more than half when compared to a year ago.

European markets are still just now getting started after a long holiday weekend, with London remaining closed. Both French and German markets were edging higher on data expectations out of the United States. The Dax 30 was up .3% to 5,898, while the French CAC 40 index added .4% to 3,113.87.

Commodity trading was mostly flat coming off the long holiday with Nymex crude futures flat in trading.

Stocks to watch this morning include Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Parlux Fragrances, Inc. (NASDAQ:PARL), Clearwire Corporation (NASDAQ:CLWR), Frontlione Ltd. (NYSE:FRO), Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) and Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. (NASDAQ:CALM)

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is down slightly in pre market at $403.04 this morning. AAPL has traded around 3 thousand shares in early trading and trades 12.87 million shares a day on average. Apple’s Italian retail organizations were fined a total of 900 thousand euros by Italy’s Antitrut Authority for not providing clear information to customers on product assistance. Over the past five trading days, AAPL stock is up more than $20 a share. The company has a market cap of 374.86 million. Maximize Your Trades With Profitly

Parlux Fragrances, Inc. (NASDAQ:PARL) is up 94.52% in pre market trading at $6.75. PARL stock is up this morning after Perfumania Holdings announced a deal to buy the company for $170 million. PARL trades 26.8 thousand shares a day on average. The company has a market cap of 72.07 million.

Clearwire Corporation (NASDAQ:CLWR) is up 2.04% in pre market trading at $2.00. CLWR trades on average 17.59 million shares a day. CLWR trades relatively flat last week except last Tuesday when the stock fell from $2.10 to $1.90. The company has a market cap of 1.8 billion.

Fronline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO) closed Friday up 6.33% at $4.20. FRO trades 3.2 million shares a day on average. Heading in to 2012, Frontline will announce preliminary fourth quarter and financial year 2011 results on February 2012. The company has a market cap of 327.01 million.

Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) is up 0.23% in pre market trading at $6.41. MU trades 32.61 million shares a day on average. Late last week, MU stock jumped nearly $1 a share after the company said demand in the PC market should improve early next year. The company has a market cap of 6.32 billion.

Cal-Maine Foods, Inc (NASDAQ:CALM) is up 5.11% in pre market trading at $36.00. Cal-Maine announced income jumped 53% in its fiscal second-quarter thanks to strong retail demand during the holidays. CALM trades 71.4 thousand shares a day on average. The company has a market cap of 817.58 million.

Stocks Trading Lower In Pre Market: DECK, LIVE, FRO, NOK, IPSU

Deckers Outdoor Corporation (NASDAQ:DECK) is down 6.88% in pre market trading. DECK has traded 37 thousand shares so far this morning and trades 1.13 million shares a day on average. DECK is down this morning after analysts downgraded the stock from buy to underperform. The company has a market cap of 3.69 billion.

LiveDeal, Inc. (NASDAQ:LIVE) is down 1.94% in pre market trading at $5.56. LIVE trades 38 thousands shares a day on average. On Wednesday, LIVE jumped from around $1 to nearly $6. The company has a market cap of 3.88 million.

Fronline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO) is down 2.06% in pre market trading at $3.33. FRO trades 2.8 million shares a day on average. FRO is down this week after it hit a high of $3.70 on Friday. The company has a market cap of 264.72 million.

Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) is down 2.19% in pre market trading at $4.91. NOK has traded 155 thousand shares so far this morning and trades 27.41 million shares a day on average. Nokia is introducing a new phone in the U.S. in January. The Lumia 710 will sell for $50 after rebate. The company has a market cap of 18.62 billion.

Imperial Sugar Company (NASDAQ:IPSU) is down 31.72% in pre market trading at $2.97. IPSU trades 438 thousand shares a day on average. IPSU stock is down this morning after the company delays its fourth quarter and full year earnings because of delays in receiving some needed audited financial statements. Imperial Sugar has a market cap of 53.26 million.

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