The three most active funds and stocks in pre-market trading on the NYSE were Nokia
(NYSE:NOK), Bank of America
(NYSE:BAC), and SPDR S&P 500 ETF
(NYSEARCA:SPY) as of 8:40 a.m. EST.
Investors traded 1.80 million shares of Nokia, which was up $0.05, or 1.29%, to $3.93. The company confirmed late on Wednesday that it would be introducing a TD-SCDMA version of its flagship Lumia 920 smartphone on China Mobile
(NYSE:CHL), the world’s largest mobile operator by subscribers, by the end of the year. China Mobile’s large subscriber base offers Nokia and its Windows
(NASDAQ:MSFT) Phone an opportunity to make a comeback in the competitive smartphone market.
Investors traded 1.06 million shares of Bank of America, which was up $0.04, or 0.38%, to $10.50. Yesterday, the stock hit a new 52-week high and closed up $0.55 (5.55%) at $10.46 per share, with investors happy with CEO Brian Moynihan’s zeal for the bank’s future plans.
Investors also traded 306,100 shares of SPDR S&P 500 ETF, which dipped $0.08, or 0.06%, to $141.42.
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