Two Long Island companies whose stocks moved significantly during the week ending Nov. 19, 2010.
$1.64 (week's change: +60.8%)
52-week return: -31.4%
Shares zoomed after the maker of upright MRIs swung to a profit from a loss in the same quarter a year ago. Fonar said its quarterly profit "has largely been done by cutting costs."
$6.99 (week's change: -10.8%)
52-week return: +110.5%
High-flying shares pulled back a bit after the manufacturer of equipment used by chip makers said recent strong order levels are "perhaps not sustainable continuously in the short term."
Above left, two stock traders this week.
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