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Monday, September 11, 2006

Pre-Market Stock Notes (Sept. 11, 2006)

(ABX) Barrick Gold is selling its $1.5 Billion stake in South Africa to Gold Fields.
(ACL) Alcon approved another 5 million shares for buyback plan.
(ADEX) ADE Corp $0.27 EPS vs $0.30e.
(ANX) Adventrx CFO resigned, names new president.
(ASYT) Asyst Tech acting CFO resigned.
(BIVN) Bioenvision -$0.16 EPS vs -$0.18e.
(BVX) Bovie Med gets marketing approval from the FDA.
(CTCO) Commonwealth Telephone is up for sale according to WSJ.
(DELL) Dell will delay its quarterly filing due to SEC questions previously disclosed; delays analyst meeting and had to suspend its share buyback plan; stock down almost 3% pre-market.
(FCN) FTI Consulting is acquiring aprivate UK company for $250+ million.
(FSL) Freescale is reportedly close to $16 Billion private consortium buyout according to NYTimes.
(GFI) Gold Fields entered 3 stake and operation acquisitions for about $2.5 Billion; stock down 6%.
(KANA) Kana Software filed to sell 7+ million shares.
(LAB) Labranche up 2% as Barron's said it would be better off as a private company.
(MAGS) Magal wins $4.3 million in orders in Mexico.
(MIR) Mirant has reportedly been getting bidders for $2 Billion for its Phillipines operations and assets.
(NSS) NS Group stock up 38% pre-market as Ipsco is paying $66 per share for the company.
(PCOP) Pharmacopeia is starting a phase I trial in oncological therapeutics and will receive milestone payment from SGP.
(SCT) Scottish Re has noted its review plan is on track that could lead to a sale of the company.
(SIGM) Sigma Designs delayed its quarterly filing pending its options review.
(SMTC) Semtech delayed quarterly filing pending stock options review.
(SPF) Standard Pacific lowered guidance.
(SYMC) Symantec up pre-market on Barron's article saying it could climb 30%.
(URS) URS joint-venture received $200 million FEMA contract.
(VOD) Vodafone will enter UK fixed line broadband.
(WEBM) Webmethods pays $38 million to acquire private Infravio.
(WIND) Wind River delayed its quarterly filing pending its option review.
(WWWW) COO has stepped down.
(XTXI) Crosstex Energy lowered guidance.

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