Benzinga's Microcap Movers for Tuesday September 11, 2012
Below are highlights from Benzinga's daily coverage of small cap and microcap securities making big moves:
Shares of Dehaier Medical (NASDAQ: DHRM), the China-based medical product company, rose 13.12% Tuesday on 110 times average volume.
Dehaier Medical announced Tuesday that it has obtained State Food and Drug Administration approval for DHR-CPAP-C5, one of Dehaier's major proprietary homecare medical devices.
The period of validity for the SFDA approval is four years.
Dehaier Medical closed at $1.81 on Tuesday.
Houston American Energy
Shares of Houston American Energy (NYSE: HUSA), the Houston, tX acquirer of natural gas and crude oil properties, rose 29.09% Tuesday on almost 4 times average volume.
Houston American Energy on Tueday posted on the Company's web site, presentation slides reflecting site, seismic and geological data with respect to its holdings in the Serrania area in Colombia.
Houston American Energy closed at $1.42 on Tuesday.
A123 Systems (NASDAQ: AONE), the Waltham, MA manufacturer of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, rose 24.46% Tuesday on 5 times average volume.
There was no apparent news to cause Tueday's move.
A123 Systems closed at $0.29 on Tuesday.
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