By Allison Prang
International stocks trading in New York climbed Friday.
O2Micro International Ltd. and Sanofi SA were among the
companies with ADRs that traded actively.
The S&P/BNY Mellon index of American depositary receipts
rose 0.7% to 165.4. The European index increased 0.1% to 129.53,
the Asian index improved 1.1% to 256.95, the Latin American index
rose 1.8% to 191.39 and the emerging markets index increased 0.7%
ADRs of O2Micro International fell 13% to $9.16. The Grand
Cayman-based power management components company reported
fourth-quarter results Friday morning. Operating revenues rose 30%
to $23.2 million. Net income at O2Micro was $4.4 million, up from
$1.8 million a year earlier. Earnings were 14 cents per ADS, up
from 7 cents a year earlier. The company said it is expecting
between $22.3 million and $24.6 million in revenue for its first
ADRs of Sanofi added 2.3% to $48.21. The pharmaceutical company
reported that sales fell in the fourth quarter, but it also logged
a profit. Sanofi is guiding for a high-single-digit increase at
constant exchange rates in business earnings per share this
--Cecilia Butini contributed to this article.
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(END) Dow Jones Newswires
February 05, 2021 16:36 ET (21:36 GMT)
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