Pre-Market Stock News (October 1, 2007)

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(ACXM) Acxiom’s buyout is unwinding according to reports, although this was evident if you watched trading.
(AMLN) Amylin Pharma announced FDA Approval for SYMLIN pen-injectors.
(ANX) ADVENTRX Pharma said results from Phase IIb clinical trial of ANX-510 did not demonstrate statistically significant improved safety in the trial’s primary endpoint.
(AWR) American States Water announced a privatization contract for Fort Bragg, NC Water.
(C) Citigroup has issued an earnings warning; shares down 2% pre-market.
(CNTF) A China Techfaith unit has reached an agreement with Qualcomm in a royalty-bearing global license under Qualcomm’s patent portfolio to manufacture and sell subscriber units and modem cards using WCDMA & TD-SCDMA.
(HOLL) Hollywood Media announced a $10 million stock buyback plan.
(HWCC) Houston Wire & Cable raised its share buyback plan to $50 million.
(JASO) JA Solar filed to sell 6.3 million ADR’s.
(JRJC) China Finance Online formed a strategic alliance with China Center for Financial Research of Tsinghua University.
(NTBK) NetBank’s customers left reportedly being taken over by ING, although this won’t necessarily help NetBank.
(NVT) NAVTEQ in talks to be acquired by Nokia.
(QCOM) Qualcomm has had formal antitrust measures taken by the European Union.
(REGN) Regeneron announced positive primary endpoint results from a Phase II study of VEGF Trap-Eye in age-related macular degeneration.
(RVSN) RADvision lowered guidance.
(SRZ) Sunrise Senior Living said it found no evidence of options backdating.
(TASR) Taser had another liability suit dismissed.
(TWPG) Thomas Weisel announced an agreement to acquire Westwind Partners to go into energy and mining research.
(YHOO) Yahoo! signed mobile search pact with Telefonica in Europe and Latin America.

Jon C. Ogg
October 1, 2007