Digital Equipment (DEC) had its fourth-quarter earnings estimate cut by Goldman Sachs analyst Laura Conigliaro to 77 cents a share, from 91 cents a share.
The maker of networked platforms and applications, and semiconductor chips, saw its stock dip 1 point to trade as low as 32-3/4, down from Friday's close of 34-1/8.
Conigliaro said she cut the company's earning estimate "as a result of some comments the company made about foreign-currency impact" on earnings.
The company's stock was trading up almost five percent from Friday's close of 10-1/2.
The company's stock dipped 3/4 of a point, from Friday's close of 19.
The company's stock was trading up 1-3/8, from Friday's close of 22-1/2.