35 Stocks Moving In Friday's Mid-Day Session


  • Avalon GloboCare Corp. AVCO shares gained 30 percent to $5.20.
  • PHI, Inc. PHII shares rose 24.8 percent to $3.52.
  • Clearone Inc CLRO jumped 23.2 percent to $2.28 after the company reported a favorable outcome in its patent infringement dispute with Shure.
  • TESSCO Technologies Incorporated TESS gained 11.8 percent to $16.60. Tessco Technologies posted Q3 earnings of $0.32 per share on sales of $152.3 million.
  • Mersana Therapeutics, Inc. MRSN climbed 11.3 percent to $4.05.
  • Lantronix, Inc. LTRX shares rose 11 percent to $3.03 following a Q2 sales beat and in-line EPS.
  • OSI Systems, Inc. OSIS rose 10.5 percent to $83.81 after reporting a second-quarter earnings beat. The company raised FY19 earnings and sales guidance.
  • CollPlant Holdings Ltd. CLGN climbed 10.1 percent to $5.25.
  • Scholar Rock Holding Corporation SRRK gained 10 percent to $15.65.
  • NuCana PLC NCNA shares climbed 9.6 percent to $12.50 after the company reported withdrawal of public offering of ADSs.
  • JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. JKS gained 8.9 percent to $14.76.
  • Datasea Inc. DTSS rose 8.8 percent to $3.59.
  • Avaya Holdings Corp. AVYA gained 8.4 percent to $15.84.
  • Western Digital Corp WDC shares rose 7.7 percent to $43.24. Western Digital reported weaker-than-expected results for its second quarter. However, the company said it projected revenue to rise in the second half.
  • Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. HRC gained 7.5 percent to $104.80 after the company beat Q1 EPS and sales estimates.
  • CalAmp Corp. CAMP rose 7.3 percent to $14.79. JP Morgan upgraded CalAmp from Neutral to Overweight.
  • Agilysys, Inc. AGYS gained 7.2 percent to $15.16 following Q3 earnings.
  • Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson ERIC rose 6.5 percent to $9.07 after reporting Q4 results.
  • Lear Corporation LEA gained 6.2 percent to $158.13 following upbeat Q4 earnings.
  • Nokia Oyj NOK gained 6.1 percent to $6.53 after Canada pledged $30 million to Nokia for 5G research.
  • Moog Inc (NYSE: MOG-A) rose 5 percent to $83.50 following Q1 results.
  • Starbucks Corporation SBUX rose 3.6 percent to $67.05 after the company reported better-than-expected earnings for its first quarter. The company issued strong FY19 adjusted earnings guidance and sees global comps up 3-4 percent year-over-year.


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  • Midatech Pharma PLC-ADR MTP shares declined 25.6 percent to $0.1220 after the company received FDA feedback on its clinical plan for MTD201. The FDA indicated a multi-dose study or a study in patients would be needed to support a study design for a new drug application.
  • ToughBuilt Industries, Inc. TBLT shares dipped 20.66 percent to $2.88.
  • Interlink Electronics, Inc. LINK shares dipped 14.4 percent to $1.72. Interlink Electronics announced plans to delist from the Nasdaq and deregister its common stock.
  • ResMed Inc. RMD shares fell 15.3 percent to $99.33. ResMed reported a second-quarter earnings beat, while sales missed estimates. The company also announced it has suspended its buyback program due to recent acquisitions. JP Morgan downgraded ResMed from Neutral to Underweight.
  • Titan Medical Inc. TMDI shares tumbled 13 percent to $3.67.
  • PG&E Corporation PCG dropped 12.6 percent to $12.30. Although the company was cleared of its role in the 2017 Tubbs fire, it warned that it still faces extensive litigation and financial challenges as a result of other 2018 fires.
  • Boxlight Corporation BOXL fell 10.5 percent to $2.89 after dropping 10.53 percent on Thursday.
  • Dean Foods Company DF shares fell 8.6 percent to $4.53.
  • Interpace Diagnostics Group Inc IDXG dipped 7.6 percent to $0.8315 after the company priced a 9.33 million share common stock offering at $0.75 per share.
  • Kazia Therapeutics Ltd KZIA dropped 7.4 percent to $3.43.
  • Neonode Inc. NEON shares fell 7.4 percent to $2.3150.
  • Intel Corporation INTC fell 6.7 percent to $46.43 after the company reported downbeat earnings for its fourth quarter, while sales missed estimates. The company issued weak first-quarter earnings and sales guidance. Susquehanna downgraded Intel from Positive to Neutral.
  • Corbus Pharmaceuticals Holdings, Inc. CRBP fell 6.2 percent to $6.81. Corbus Pharmaceuticals priced its 5.39 million share common stock offering at $6.50 per share.
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