Notable 52-Week Highs and Lows of the Day 05/03: (AIG) (STX) (GILD) High; (DCTH) (ZAGG) (VCRA) Low

May 3, 2013 2:49 PM EDT Send to a Friend
This report is an intraday check of some of the more notable stocks that have hit a 52-week high or low so far today.

52-Week High:
  • American International Group, Inc. (NYSE: AIG) $44.90. AIG popping 6.6 percent on the session after reporting solid Q1 results on Thursday night. EPS of $1.34 bested expectations by 47 cents.

  • Seagate Technology (Nasdaq: STX) high of $41.51. Seagate up after topping Q3 EPS views by 11 cents, while revs of $3.5 billion were stronger than expected.

  • Gilead Sciences Inc. (Nasdaq: GILD) high of $56.35. Gilead posted Q1 EPS of 48 cents, missing consensus views by 2 cents. To read the full release for product line updates, click here. Shares are continuing from gains Thursday due in part to an update on its ION-3 phase 3 of sofosbuvir and ledipasvir for the treatment of chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection.

  • Kraft Foods (Nasdaq: KRFT) high of $54.10. Kraft topped Q1 EPS views by 12 cents, while issuing in-line guidance for FY13. Click here for more color.
52-Week Low:
  • Delcath Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: DCTH) low of $0.375. Delcath slammed after an FDA panel voted 16-0 that Delcath's cancer therapy for a rare form of eye cancer was too risky. The stock was downgraded by Cowen, JMP Securities, Roth Capital, and Wedbush today, as well.

  • Zagg Inc. (Nasdaq: ZAGG) low of $4.91. Zagg slammed after missing Q1 expectations and cutting its outlook. The company now expects FY13 revs of $274 million to $280 million, from prior guidance of $313 million to $318 million and the consensus of $315.8 million. Shares down nearly 29 percent on the session.

  • Central European Media Enterprises Ltd. (Nasdaq: CETV) low of $2.60. Central European Media priced a 54,436,582 share offering at $2.75 per share. The company closed at $3.16 on Thursday.

  • Vocera Communications, Inc. (NYSE: VCRA) low of $11.99. Vocera reported Q1 loss of 7 cents per share, wider than the 2 cents per share loss expected. Revs of $22.4 million were shy. The company sees FY13 with a loss of 5 cents to profit of 18 cents per share, with the consensus at EPS of 42 cents. Q2 loss expected to be 6 cents to 2 cents per share, while the Street was looking for EPS of 10 cents. For more color on the quarter, click here.


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