Sector Update: Tech


Technology stocks turned solidly higher this afternoon with shares of technology companies in the S&P 500 rising about 0.7%.

In company news, Q2 Holdings ( QTWO ) enjoyed a strong Q2, sending shares of the cloud-based business software company higher after it beat analyst projections with a smaller quarterly loss during the three months ended June 30.

The company last night reported an adjusted Q2 net loss of $0.11 per share, topping analyst forecasts looking for a $0.15 per share loss. Revenue rose 37.1% year over year to $19.2 million, beating the Street view by around $1.09 million.

It also issued upside FY14 guidance, boosting its revenue forecast by $2.2 million over its prior guidance to a new range of $76.2 million to $76.8 million, beating the Capital IQ consensus by at least $2.49 million.

QTWO shares were up nearly 18% shortly before the closing bell at $15.49, apiece.

In other sector news,

(+) WLDN, Reports Q2 net income of $1.9 million, or $0.25 per share, up from $700,000 profit last year. Revenue rose 31.6% over year-ago levels to $27 mln, in-line with single analyst estimate. Also awarded $22.3 mln contract by Con Edison.

(-) UNXL, Q2 net loss of $0.49 per share was $0.02 wider than the Capital IQ consensus. The company did not report any revenue during the April-to-June quarter compared with $749,000 in revenue last year.

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