Stocks Move Higher as Apple May Release New iPhone in Up to Three Different Sizes

Wed Apr 10, 2013 7:30am EDT

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NEW YORK,  April 10, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --

Stocks edged slightly higher on Tuesday with earning season in motion. This week
Bed Bath and Beyond, CarMax, and JPMorgan Chase are set to report among others.
Topeka Capital Markets analyst  Brian White  in a note to clients said on
Tuesday that Apple may release the new iPhone 5S in two or maybe three screen

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ZIOPHARM Oncology, Inc. (Nasdaq: ZIOP) - Shares of ZIOP saw a pop on Tuesday
after the Company reported encouraging results from a preclinical trial of a
cancer therapy. Ziopharm said larger doses of Ad-RTS-mIL-12 were linked to
bigger decreases in the growth rate of the tumors, and that side effects
appeared to be minimal. The stock closed up 5.56% yesterday.

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Himax Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: HIMX) - Himax Technologies hit a new 52-week
high of  $6.63  on Tuesday on volume more than five times higher than average.
The stock closed at  $6.06  yesterday, up 4.30%.

Microsoft Corporation (Nasdaq: MSFT) - Microsoft Corporation was one of the most
active stocks on the Nasdaq composite on Tuesday. The Company announced that
they will publish fiscal year 2013 third-quarter financial results after the
close of the market on  Thursday, April 18. On  April 8, 2014  the Company also
announced it will be retiring Windows XP. Shares closed up 3.57% at  $29.61.

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J. C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE: JCP) - JCP shares sank to a 12 year low of 
$13.90  on Tuesday. The stock hasn't seen these levels since February of 2001.
Chief Executive Officer  Ron Johnson  has been ousted and the Company is
replacing him with his predecessor, Myron Ullman According to WSJ, Q1 same-store
sales were down more than 10% compared with a year earlier, people familiar with
the matter said. Shares closed down 12.22% yesterday.

Alcoa Inc. (NYSE: AA) - Alcoa Inc. saw a surge in volume on Tuesday after
reporting first-quarter earnings late Monday that exceeded analysts' estimates.
Net income rose to  $149 million, or  13 cents  a share, from  $94 million, or 
9 cents, a year earlier. Shares of AA were little changed closing at  $8.39.

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