AT&T Anxious for Atrix Debut and Hot Stocks in Focus Thursday
AT&T, Inc. (NYSE:T): Rumors concerning the Motorola Atrix 3 (aka Motorola Dinara) has become official with the Motorola Atrix HD printed on the official nameplate. The device is currently on the company’s Website and should make a U.S. debut on AT&T in a couple of weeks. Shares of AT&T, Inc. closed 0.64% lower today.
Bank of America (NYSE:BAC): Today, The Bank of Japan upgraded the assessment for all nine economic regions, according to Reuters. This is the first time in three years, and strong private consumption and spending on rebuilding from the earthquake last year helped growth. This supports the view that BOJ will maintain unchanged monetary settings next week. Shares of Bank of America closed 2.98% lower today.
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has recently made minute changes to its newest iPod by enlarging its lens hole as well as furthering steps to prevent overheating, Digitimes and supply chain stores report. Shares of Apple Inc. closed 1.76% higher today.
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Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB): Knight Capital Group (NYSE:KCG) CEO Thomas Joyce blamed Nasdaq official for IPO problems concerning Facebook almost immediately and maintains his stance, calling out OMX Group (NASDAQ:NDAQ) head Robert Greifeld to task, according to the Wall Street Journal. Shares of Facebook, Inc. closed 0.87% higher today.
Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) has announced that NAMCO BANDAI will completely support the new Asha Touch devices, providing over 20 classic arcade titles to be downloaded via the Nokia Store. The devices were released last month and offer a colorful range of experiences designed for young, urban, aspiring customers. This ill offer some of the most prestigious gaming titles, such as PAC-MAN, Final Fantasy, ACE COMBAT, and Flight Control. The device includes a new touch screen making mobile web browsing quick, with fast access to social networks, and great performance for gaming. There will be 22 total games coming to Asha Touch devices from NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc and NAMCO BANDAI Games Americas Inc. Shares of Nokia Corporation closed 5.16% lower today.
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