The shares rose $25.05 or 99.8 percent to $50.14. AxoGen Inc.: Approximately 1,215,400 shares changed hands, a 2,973.4 percent increase over its 65- day average volume. The shares rose$. 24 or 7.8 percent to $3.31.
NEW YORK— Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:. MGM Resorts International, down 84 cents to $18.01. FedEx Corp., down $6.48 to $167.78.
American Realty Capital Properties Inc. rose 9.2 percent to $8.41 with 23,528,100 shares traded. Apple Inc. rose 2.5 percent to $109.41 with 52,068,400 shares traded. Cisco Systems Inc. rose. 8 percent to $26.81 with 35,803,200 shares traded.
Volcano Corp. rose 55.3 percent to $17.84. Digital River Inc. rose 42.8 percent to $24.08. Xencor Inc. rose 29.6 percent to $15.55.
*FedEx shares fall after earnings, drags transports. NEW YORK, Dec 17- U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday on the heels of a three-session losing streak and ahead of the U.S. "I don't know that it really makes a huge difference because ultimately they will hedge anything they do in that regard by simply saying it is all data-dependent," said Randy Frederick, managing director...
*FedEx shares fall after earnings. NEW YORK, Dec 17- U.S. stocks were set to rise at the open on Wednesday, following three days of losses for major Wall Street indexes, ahead of the year's final statement from the U.S. "I do think they will take in consideration slow global economic activity and perhaps mention the threat of deflation in Europe," said Peter Cardillo,...
AMSTERDAM, Dec 17- Philips has agreed to acquire U.S.-based medical device maker Volcano Corp for $1.2 billion including debt, its largest healthcare acquisition in seven years and a bid to cash in on an ageing population's need for more complex treatments. But at $18 per Volcano share, a premium of 57 percent to its Tuesday closing price, Wednesday's deal...
AMSTERDAM— Royal Philips NV said Wednesday it has agreed to acquire U.S. medical equipment maker Volcano Corp. for $1.2 billion in a deal that would beef up its presence in technology which allows doctors to see inside patients' hearts and veins during treatment. In an agreement backed by Volcano's management, Philips will offer $1 billion for Volcano's stock,...
Dec 17- Philips will acquire Volcano Corp, a U.S.-based medical device maker, for $1.2 billion including debt, to expand in the image-guided therapy market. Philips will offer $18 per share for Volcano, the companies said in a statement on Wednesday. The offer is at a premium of about 57 percent to Volcano's closing price on the Nasdaq on Tuesday.
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