YRC gains nearly 11 percent; Garmin up 2 percent

07/22/2013 3:49 PM

07/22/2013 3:50 PM

Regional stocks

•Capitol Federal Financial rose 6 cents, or 0.47%, to close at $12.79.

•Cerner Corp. rose 75 cents, or 1.51%, to close at $50.54.

•Commerce Bancshares Inc. rose 46 cents, or 0.99%, to close at $46.92.

•Compass Minerals rose 18 cents, or 0.20%, to close at $90.50.

•DST Systems Inc. rose 90 cents, or 1.30%, to close at $70.39.

•Ferrellgas Partners L.P. rose 32 cents, or 1.41%, to close at $22.97.

•Garmin Ltd. rose 86 cents, or 2.34%, to close at $37.56.

•Great Plains Energy rose 3 cents, or 0.12%, to close at $24.53.

•H Block Inc. fell 10 cents, or 0.32%, to close at $30.92.

•Inergy L.P. rose 6 cents, or 0.38%, to close at $15.83.

•Kansas City Life Insurance Co. rose 29 cents, or 0.69%, to close at $42.20.

•Kansas City Southern fell $2.48, or 2.10%, to close at $115.82.

•Layne Christensen Co. rose 19 cents, or 0.91%, to close at $21.11.

•O'Reilly Automotive Inc. rose $1.19, or 1.00%, to close at $119.61.

•Sprint Nextel Corp. fell 15 cents, or 2.47%, to close at $5.92.

•UMB Financial Corp. rose 33 cents, or 0.55%, to close at $59.95.

•Waddell Reed Financial Corp. rose 18 cents, or 0.36%, to close at $49.79.

•YRC Worldwide Inc. rose $3.21, or 10.78%, to close at $32.99.

Market averages

•Dow Jones rose 1.81 points, or 0.01%, to close at 15,545.55.

•Nasdaq rose 12.77 points, or 0.36%, to close at 3,600.39.

•S 500 rose 3.44 points, or 0.20%, to close at 1,695.53.

BATS 1000 rose 28.95 points, or 0.15%, to close at 19,052.94.

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