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Pre-market Movers For April 3 (AAPL, BNNY, CAVM, NFLX)


Apple Inc. (AAPL) is gaining over 1 percent to $625.30. The European Commission has opened two formal antitrust investigations against Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc. (MMI), following complaints by Apple and Microsoft (MSFT). The Commission will assess whether Motorola Mobility has abusively, and in contravention of commitments it gave to standard setting organisations, used certain of its standard essential patents to distort competition in the Internal Market in breach of EU antitrust rules.

Annies Inc. (BNNY), which went public last week, is rising 8 percent to $37.49.


Cavium, Inc. (CAVM) is falling over 1 percent to $30.11. The company announced that financial results for its first quarter of 2012 will be below its previous outlook. In addition, the company currently expects first quarter revenue to be approximately 6 percent to 7 percent lower sequentially.

Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) is falling 3 percent to $110.64.

by RTT Staff Writer

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