The markets ended flat with the Dow adding 2 points to barely set a new closing record of 16,945. Nasdaq edged up a point to 4,338.
On the upside
Astea International (Nasdaq: ATEA) will implement its Astea Alliance solution suite for a global IT services firm in France.
Puerto Rico's supreme court ordered the lower court that would decide Doral Financial's (NYSE: DRL) lawsuit against the Puerto Rican government to hasten the process.
Shares of Acorn Energy (Nasdaq: ACFN) extended its gains.
On the downside
Ocean Power Technologies (Nasdaq: OPTT) chief executive Charles F. Dunleavy and appointed David L. Keller as interim chief executive.
Qiwi (Nasdaq: QIWI) will offer more than 7.97 million American Depositary Shares.
Jefferies downgraded eHealth (NYSE: EHTH) from a Buy rating to a Hold rating.
In the broad market, declining issues outpaced advancers by a margin of more than 7 to 5 on the NYSE and by more than 5 to 4 on Nasdaq. The broader S&P 500 eased a fraction to 1950. Bitcoin added $4.16 or 0.64% to $649.81.