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Big Lots, Krispy Kreme, Shoe Carnival, Pacific Sunwear

Updated: 2013-08-30T21:08:17Z

NYSE

Salesforce.com Inc., up $5.48 at $49.13

Thanks to increasing demand for its software, the cloud computing company reported second-quarter results that beat expectations.

ReneSola Ltd., up 37 cents at $4.77

The Chinese solar panel maker said that its second-quarter loss narrowed thanks to higher selling prices of solar wafers and modules.

Big Lots Inc., up 78 cents at $35.42

The discount retailer said that its fiscal second-quarter net income fell 18 percent but its adjusted results topped expectations.

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc., down $3.51 at $19.72

The doughnut chain’s adjusted second-quarter profit, and its full-year earnings forecast, were below Wall Street expectations.

Nasdaq

Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores Inc., down $6.97 at $32.08.

The retailer, which sells appliances and tools, said its second-quarter net income fell due to costs from its spinoff from Sears.

Shoe Carnival Inc., down 91 cents at $25.39

The footwear company’s second-quarter revenue missed analysts’ estimates and its third-quarter forecasts were below Wall Street’s view.

Splunk Inc., up $6.29 at $55.21

The data management software maker’s adjusted second-quarter loss and its revenue each beat Wall Street’s expectations.

Pacific Sunwear of California Inc., down 66 cents at $3.26

The retailer, which sells surf and skate-inspired clothing, reported a disappointing outlook during the third quarter.

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