Let’s have a quick look on high volume technology stocks at Wall Street on Monday.
Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S) fell -5.03% to settle at $2.83 with overall traded volume of 61.12 million shares whereas its average volume was 47.10 million shares.
Market capitalization of the company was $8.49 billion whereas its total outstanding shares are 3.00 billion. Net profit margin of the company was -9.72% with operating margin of -1.19%. Company’s earnings per share remained -1.11 and its return on equity was -26.80%.
Intraday range of the company was $2.82- $3.08. Opening price of shares was $3.06 and 52 week range remained $2.10– 5.72.
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) moved down -2.55% to settle at $28.90 with overall traded volume of 46.37 million shares more than its average volume is 45.64 shares.
Net profit margin of the company was 31.96% with operating margin of 37.99%.Its earning per share was 2.75.
The market capitalization of company was $242.74 billion and outstanding shares of the company are 8.40 billion. 52 week range of the company was $23.65- $32.95 whereas opening price of shares was $29.73.
Nokia Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) reported a drop of -8.28% to settle at $2.77 with overall traded volume of 45.82 million shares whereas average volume of the company was 35.65 million shares.
Company’s market capitalization was 10.37 billion while its outstanding shares are 3.74 billion. 52 week range of the company was $2.76- $2.96 whereas opening price of shares was $2.95.
Net profit margin of the company was -9.24% with operating margin of -8.01%. Its earning per share was -0.82%. Beta value of the company stands at 1.61 points.
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