Nokia Regains Mojo on Home Turf and 3 Heavily Traded Shares to Follow

Research In Motion Limited (NASDAQ:RIMM): Current price $14.69

The company’s shares rose by 7 percent in early trading on Monday, while Apple, the most valuable tech company on Earth, saw its stocks down more than 3 percent.

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Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK): Current price $4.60

Following the launch of its new Lumia smartphones that run on on Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system, Nokia has gotten back some its former mojo on its home turf. The Lumia 800 device was the best selling handset for Finland’s main network operators Sonera, a division of TeliaSonera, and Elisa Oyj ELI1V in 2o12. Nokia’s newest flagship Lumia 920 product took the number one rank in the network operator Elisa’s corporate sales rankings in December.

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Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ:SIRI): Current price $3.16

On Monday, Canadian Satellite Radio Holdings and Chrysler Canada reached a 5-year factory installation arrangement through which all new SiriusXM-equipped Chrysler vehicles will include a pre-paid 12-month subscription to SiriusXM Canada, containing 120 channels of news, commercial-free music, major league sports, talk and entertainment.

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Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ): Current price $16.99

The company has developed a stand-alone organization to supervise its hosted computing services and software offerings as it looks to the trend towards cloud computing. Senior Vice President and General Manager of the HP Converged Cloud unit, Saar Gillai, will head the new division, reporting to HP Chief Operating Officer Bill Veghte.

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