Technology Stocks Holding On To Narrow Gains; Blackberry Seen Writing Down Another $1 Bln in Unsold Inventory


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Technology stocks are narrowly higher with shares of technology companies in the S&P 500 rising about 0.2%.

In company news, Blackberry ( BBRY ) is ending about 1.4% higher at $10.54 a share, still largely trading in positive territory today despite a Bloomberg News report the company's inventory of unsold smartphones is now approaching $1 billion.

The story speculates BBRY could write down much of that inventory next week when it reports financial results for its fiscal Q2 ended last month. If it occurs, the write-down would be the company's fourth in two years.

In other sector news,

(+) KNDI, Confirms Chinese government's 2013-2015 subsidy policies for new-energy vehicles, paying up to to RMB 60,000 ($9,800) to support the purchase of an all-electric car and up to $81,700 to help pay for an electric bus.

(-) SSNC, Begins secondary offering of 7.47 mln shares of its common stock now held by funds affiliated with The Carlyle Group ( CG ). The financial-services software company will not receive any proceeds from the offering.

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