Shares of Fair Isaac Corp. dropped more than 20% Monday after an analyst said the developer of credit-scoring systems could report weak scoring volume figures.

Michael B. Nemeroff, a Wedbush Morgan Securities analyst, lowered his stock rating for the maker of the widely used FICO credit score to "sell," from "hold," saying investors could be disappointed by results for its fiscal second quarter, which ended March 31.

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