Buffalo stocks were little changed this week, with Ingram Micro and Mod-Pac Corp. leading the gainers.
The Buffalo Bloomberg Stock Index rose 0.56, or 0.3 percent, to 215.29 for the week. Twenty-eight stocks rose, 26 fell and one was unchanged.
Ingram Micro, the world's largest distributor of computers, software and electronics, led the gainers after it said second-quarter profit will be 25 cents to 28 cents a share, higher than the 25-cent average estimate of 12 analysts surveyed by Thomson financial. The company's stock rose $1.72, or 12 percent, to $16.66 this week.
Mod-Pac, which makes specialty packaging for consumer products and industrial manufacturers, rose after it said first-quarter net income rose to 39 cents a share, from 17 cents a year earlier. The company's shares rose $1.14, or 9.5 percent, to $13.19.
Visteon Corp., the second-biggest U.S. auto parts maker, led the decliners after it posted a $188 million first-quarter loss and said it would have to renegotiate some of its debt. Its stock fell $1.21, or 26 percent, to $3.50 this week.
Columbus McKinnon Corp., which makes hoists, cranes and other industrial equipment, fell $2.40, or 21 percent, to $8.88 this week.
The Buffalo Bloomberg Stock Index reached a 52-week high of 231.18 on Dec. 31, and its 52-week low of 190.26 was on May 17.