Companies whose shares are expected to trade actively in today’s session are DeVry Inc. (NYSE:DV), Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. (NASDAQ:GMCR), The Allstate Corporation (NYSE:ALL), BreitBurn Energy Partners L.P. (NASDAQ:BBEP), CBRE Group Inc (NYSE:CBG) and iRobot Corporation (NASDAQ:IRBT).
DeVry Inc. (NYSE:DV): The educational services provider’s second quarter profits more than quintupled, despite a decline in sales. The company said impairment charges had affected its earnings last year. The results handily beat Wall Street’s estimates. Shares surged 21.59 percent to $31.76 in early trading.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. (NASDAQ:GMCR): Though the company’s first quarter profits rose 3 percent, it issued a weak outlook for the current quarter. The coffee maker also warned that growth is slowing in overall coffee industry. Shares fell 10.12 percent to $43.99 on weak outlook.
The Allstate Corporation (NYSE:ALL): The insurer surprised analysts with better-than-expected earnings. The fourth quarter profits were down 45 percent due to $1.1 billion Hurricane Sandy costs in October. However the company has issued it biggest dividend increase since the economic crisis and a new share buyback program. Shares gained 2 percent to $45.21 in early trading session.
BreitBurn Energy Partners L.P. (NASDAQ:BBEP): The oil and gas company is offering 13 million units representing limited partner interests. After the offering the company will have over 97.7 million outstanding units. Share prices slipped 4.02 percent to $19.80 in early market trading.
CBRE Group Inc (NYSE:CBG): The real estate brokerage and investment firm’s fourth quarter profits soared after it reported strong property sales growth. Revenues in the company’s commercial mortgage segment also improved. CBRE’s revenues and adjusted earnings were better than Wall Street’s estimates. Shares rose 9.79 percent to $23.99 in early trading.
iRobot Corporation (NASDAQ:IRBT): The robot maker posted a loss in the fourth quarter. The company said expenses continued to rise, and its defense and security sales kept falling. The company also issued a cautious first quarter guidance. Shares slipped 12.76 percent to $20.78 in early market trading.