Stocks Watch

July 20, 2004


Digene Inc.Shares of the Gaithersburg maker of medical screening and diagnostic tests sank nearly 3.3 percent yesterday, wiping out all of their gains last week, after the company filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to sell $90 million in stock and debt securities.


Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

The world's biggest retailer reiterated its projections for June sales, which are expected to increase from 2 percent to 4 percent, most likely at the low end of that range. Wal-Mart's shares climbed 21 cents to $52.86.

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