Movers: Oracle, Bear Stearns, Goldman Sachs, FedEx, Circuit City
Oracle (ORCL) reports fiscal first-quarter earnings per share that was slightly above analysts' prediction. The software maker said EPS rose 25% from a year ago to 16 cents for the three months ended in August. Excluding stock option expenses, Oracle's EPS came in at 22 cents -- a penny above analysts' estimate. Revenue rose 26% to $4.53 billion, with new software license revenues up 35% to $1.1 billion.
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