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Colfax, KV, Life Partners, Vonage, Wyndham: U.S. Equity Movers

Feb. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Shares of the following companies are having unusual moves in U.S. trading. Stock symbols are in parentheses, and prices are as of 4 a.m. in New York.

Capella Education Co. (CPLA US) fell 18 percent to $52.23, the lowest price since May 2009. The Minneapolis-based company forecast a 35 percent decline in new enrollments for the current quarter.

Colfax Corp. (CFX US) climbed 10 percent to $20.80, the highest price since September 2008. The manufacturer of a pumps and specialty valves posted fourth-quarter profit excluding some items of 39 cents a share, beating the average analyst estimate by 21 percent, according to Bloomberg data.

DG Fastchannel Inc. (DGIT US) climbed 7 percent, the most since Nov. 4, to $32.70. The operator of an electronic network linking advertising agencies with television and radio stations posted fourth-quarter earnings excluding some items of 72 cents a share, beating the average analyst estimate by 43 percent, according to Bloomberg data.

Gap Inc. (GPS US) had the second-biggest gain in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, jumping 6.1 percent to $22.78. Billionaire Edward Lampert, the chairman of Sears Holdings Corp. (SHLD US), reported that he and his hedge fund acquired a 5.8 percent stake in Gap, the largest U.S. apparel chain.

Insight Enterprises Inc. (NSIT US) soared 21 percent to $17.63, the highest intraday price since April 2008. The information-technology software provider forecast profit for 2011 of as much as $1.80 a share, above the average analyst estimate of $1.61 a share in a Bloomberg survey.

JDS Uniphase Corp. (JDSU US) fell 10 percent to $25.05 for the biggest retreat in the S&P 500. The biggest network-analysis company in the U.S. was cut to “market perform” from “outperform” at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co.

KV Pharmaceutical Co. (KV/A US) surged 6.4 percent to $6.95, the highest price since November 2008. The drugmaker was raised to “outperform” from “in line” at Imperial Capital, which said the pricing of the company’s Makena treatment to reduce the risk of preterm birth suggests it has potential to be a “blockbuster drug.”

Life Partners Holdings Inc. (LPHI US) fell 7.3 percent to $7.57, the lowest price May 2007. Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP said it filed a class-action lawsuit against the company, which matches life insurance sellers with buyers.

Limelight Networks Inc. (LLNW US) rose the most in the Russell 2000 Index, climbing 27 percent to $8.20. The software maker forecast an increase in full-year revenue of as much as 20 percent.

Marsh & McLennan Cos. (MMC US) rose 4.7 percent to $30.23, the highest price since October 2008. The insurance broker reported fourth-quarter profit excluding some items of 41 cents a share, 5.4 percent higher than the average analyst estimate, Bloomberg data showed.

Masco Corp. (MAS US) fell 9.2 percent to $12.88 for the second-biggest retreat in the S&P 500. The insulation installer reported a fourth-quarter loss of 8 cents a share, missing the average analyst estimate, which was for a loss of 4 cents, according to a Bloomberg survey.

Microvision Inc. (MVIS US) slumped 21 percent to $1.86 for the second-biggest decline in the Russell 2000 Index. The developer of ultra-miniature projection display products said it had a loss of as much as 17 cents a share in the fourth quarter.

Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. (NDAQ US) declined 4.6 percent, the most since May 20, to $28.28. Adena Friedman will quit as chief financial officer of the exchange operator to take the same role at Carlyle Group, the world’s second-largest buyout firm.

Sirius XM Radio Inc. (SIRI US) declined 7.9 percent, the most since June 29, to $1.69. The satellite radio broadcaster forecast sales in 2011 to be about $3 billion, below the $3.09 billion analysts estimated on average.

Ultra Clean Holdings Inc. (UCTT US) dropped 20 percent to $10.59, the most since November 2008. The supplier of equipment to semiconductor makers reported fourth-quarter earnings that missed analysts’ estimates and said it plans to offer as much as $100 million in shares.

U.S. Steel Corp. (X US) rose 4.6 percent to $62.31, the highest price since April 14. The Pittsburgh-based steel producer was raised to a “buy” from “neutral” by Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

Vonage Holding Corp. (VG US) advanced 20 percent to $4.57, the highest price since March 2007. The New Jersey Internet phone carrier reported fourth-quarter profit that topped analysts’ estimated and said it expects to have positive line additions this year.

Wyndham Worldwide Corp. (WYN US) rose the most in the S&P 500, jumping 6.9 percent to $31.74. The franchiser of Days Inn hotels and Super 8 motels may be under pressure to spin off its timeshare business after Marriott International Inc. (MAR US) announced its spin-off plan, Gabelli & Co. said in a note.

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