Advanced Micro Devices up, Gap down

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) was up more than 7.7 percent following the close of trading Thursday, the largest change seen among local stocks tracked by the Examiner.

Sunnyvale-based Yahoo Inc. (YHOO) was also up by more than 6.7 percent, while San Francisco-based Gap Inc. (GPS) was down by 7.1 percent and Maxim Integrated Products Inc. (MXIM) was down more than 2.5 percent.

The markets closed up Thursday, with the Dow Jones gaining more than 0.9 percent, the Nasdaq more than 0.5 percent and the S&P 500 more than 0.7 percent.

Companies in the news included Intel Corp. (INTC), which became the subject of an antitrust probe.

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