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What: Shares of communications chip designer NXP Semiconductors
So what: There is no fresh news specific to NXP that would support this move, much like there was no particular reason for a similar jump yesterday. The stock is a relatively fresh-faced market player, and many investors don't know much about it. The mere fact that it keeps showing up on largest-gains lists these days may be enough to feed further gains.
Now what: The former semiconductor division of Royal Philips Electronics
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