Dollars & Sense

Closing Bell | KC Southern, O’Reilly Automotive, Ferrellgas, Garmin among the losers

Updated: 2013-03-27T20:36:17Z

Most regional stocks dipped lower Wednesday in an otherwise slow day on Wall Street.

Among the local losers were Kansas City Southern, down 1.6 percent, Garmin, down 1 percent, Ferrellgas, down 3.8 percent, O’Reilly Automotive, down .8 percent, and Cerner, down .6 percent.

Sprint, the region’s biggest public company, fell 1 cent, or .2 percent.

The short winners list included YRC, up 4.5 percent, H&R Block, .9 percent, and Compass Minerals, up .8 percent.

The BATS 1000 rose 9.50 points, or 0.05 percent, to close at 17,685.29.

Regional stocks

Capitol Federal Financial rose 3 cents, or 0.25%, to close at $12.08.

Cerner Corp. fell 54 cents, or 0.58%, to close at $92.68.

Commerce Bancshares Inc. rose 20 cents, or 0.49%, to close at $40.72.

Compass Minerals rose 63 cents, or 0.81%, to close at $78.45.

DST Systems Inc. rose 7 cents, or 0.10%, to close at $70.63.

Ferrellgas Partners L.P. fell 76 cents, or 3.84%, to close at $19.03.

Garmin Ltd. fell 32 cents, or 0.96%, to close at $32.97.

Great Plains Energy rose 13 cents, or 0.57%, to close at $22.90.

H&R Block Inc. rose 25 cents, or 0.86%, to close at $29.16.

Inergy L.P. rose 1 cents, or 0.05%, to close at $20.55.

Kansas City Life Insurance Co. fell 75 cents, or 1.88%, to close at $39.18.

Kansas City Southern fell $1.77, or 1.62%, to close at $107.74.

Layne Christensen Co. rose 9 cents, or 0.41%, to close at $21.95.

O'Reilly Automotive Inc. fell 84 cents, or 0.81%, to close at $102.75.

Sprint Nextel Corp. fell 1 cents, or 0.17%, to close at $6.04.

UMB Financial Corp. fell 20 cents, or 0.41%, to close at $48.97.

Waddell & Reed Financial Corp. rose 6 cents, or 0.14%, to close at $43.41.

YRC Worldwide Inc. rose 33 cents, or 4.46%, to close at $7.73.

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