Closing Bell

Garmin, YRC, Layne climb; Cerner slips

Updated: 2013-04-29T22:15:09Z

Garmin, Layne and YRC were among the biggest percentage gainers Monday among regional stock.

Garmin closed up 1.5 percent, while YRC finished up 1.4 percent. Layne was the biggest percentage mover, up nearly 7 percent.

Other regional winners included Waddell & Reed, up 1 percent, Kansas City Southern, up .9 percent, and UMB Financial, up .9 percent.

Sprint finished the day unchanged, as did DST.

Cerner fell 1.1 percent, following last week’s late rally.

]H&R Block fell 2.5 percent..

On Wall Street:

Dow Jones rose 106.20 points, or 0.72%, to close at 14,818.75.

Nasdaq rose 27.76 points, or 0.85%, to close at 3,307.02.

S&P 500 rose 11.37 points, or 0.72%, to close at 1,593.61.

BATS 1000 rose 118.65 points, or 0.66%, to close at 18,005.68.

Regional stocks

Capitol Federal Financial rose 2 cents, or 0.17%, to close at $11.90.

Cerner Corp. fell $1.09, or 1.14%, to close at $94.79.

Commerce Bancshares Inc. rose 17 cents, or 0.43%, to close at $39.85.

Compass Minerals rose $1.22, or 1.50%, to close at $82.53.

DST Systems Inc. fell 0 cents, or 0.00%, to close at $68.53.

Ferrellgas Partners L.P. fell 5 cents, or 0.25%, to close at $19.76.

Garmin Ltd. rose 52 cents, or 1.50%, to close at $35.24.

Great Plains Energy rose 21 cents, or 0.88%, to close at $23.95.

H&R Block Inc. fell 71 cents, or 2.48%, to close at $27.95.

Inergy L.P. rose 22 cents, or 1.02%, to close at $21.81.

Kansas City Life Insurance Co. rose 23 cents, or 0.64%, to close at $35.94.

Kansas City Southern rose 1.00 cents, or 0.94%, to close at $107.64.

Layne Christensen Co. rose $1.28, or 6.69%, to close at $20.42.

O'Reilly Automotive Inc. rose $1.25, or 1.17%, to close at $107.69.

Sprint Nextel Corp. was unchanged at $7.12.

UMB Financial Corp. rose 44 cents, or 0.89%, to close at $50.11.

Waddell & Reed Financial Corp. rose 41 cents, or 0.99%, to close at $41.98.

YRC Worldwide Inc. rose 10 cents, or 1.39%, to close at $7.32.

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