Tech Stocks Rising In Down Market; Perion Network Tumbles After Q2 Misses, Overshadows Yahoo Pact


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Technology stocks are higher today with shares of technology companies in the S&P 500 rising about 0.6%.

In company news, Perion Network ( PERI ) is down more than 12% but is edging off its lows for the session that followed the software company reporting Q2 sales of $24.4 million, trailing the Thomson Reuters mean forecast by $1.32 million. The company earned $0.26 per share, also missing estimates expecting a $0.33 gain.

Looking forward, PERI said its sees Q3 sales between $20 million and $22 million, adding it expects to meet its FY13 guidance.

The company also today announced a multi-year search and distribution relationship with Yahoo ( YHOO ), with CEO Josef Mandelbaum saying PERI is now partnered with four search providers, further diversifying its search-advertising revenue stream."

In other sector news,

(+) PTIX, (+32%, went close to 52 week highs) Extending rally ignited by better-than-expected Q2 results last week.

(-) RMBS, (-3%) Completes $300-million private placement of senior notes.

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