Benzinga's Small Cap Movers for Friday December 7, 2012
Below are highlights from Benzinga's daily coverage of small cap securities making big moves:
Good Times Restaurants
Shares of Good Times Restaurants (NASDAQ: GTIM), the Golden, CO operator and franchiser of hamburger-oriented drive-through restaurants, rose 40% Friday on 21 times average volume.
Good Times Restaurants announced Friday its same store sales increased 6.8% for the month of November. Same store sales decreased .9% for its fourth fiscal quarter ended September 30, 2012, however road construction materially impacted two restaurants and without those disruptions, same stores sales would have increased 1.3% in the fourth quarter, the ninth consecutive quarter of same store sales increases.
Good Times Restaurants closed at $2.74 on Friday.
Shares of ZBB Energy (NYSE: ZBB), the Milwaukee, WI developer of intelligent power and energy management technologies, rose 13% Friday on twice average volume.
ZBB Energy announced Thursday it had signed an agreement to supply its 2,000 kWh ZBB EnerStore System, including 40 ZBB EnerStore modules, for the luxury eco-resort The Brando project in French Polynesia, designed to be the first LEED Platinum certified destination resort in the world, as a new construction and in the campus category.
ZBB Energy closed at $0.26 on Friday.
Shares of Uni-Pixel (NYSE: UNXL), the Woodlands, TX provider of Performance Engineered Films to the touch screen, flexible printed electronics, and lighting and display markets, rose 18% Friday on 15 times average volume.
UniPixel announced Friday it had joined forces with a manufacturer of personal computers to develop and introduce products that feature next-generation touch screens based on UniPixel's UniBoss pro-cap, multi-touch sensor film. UniPixel has granted the PC maker a limited exclusive license in the notebook market segment for UniBoss Performance Engineered Film technology that provides the licensee priority development, dedicated production capacity and preferred pricing. The license can be extended to the PC maker's supply chain, including third-party manufacturing partners, touch panel module manufactures, controller manufactures, LCD makers and original design manufacturers.
Uni-Pixel closed at $9.75 on Friday.
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