60 Biggest Movers From Friday

Gainers

  • Hibbett Sports, Inc. HIBB climbed 20.29 percent to close at $21.70 after the company reported upbeat earnings for its fourth quarter and issued strong FY20 earnings outlook.
  • Bio-Path Holdings, Inc. BPTH shares rose 18.94 percent to close at $21.98 after falling 14.05 percent on Thursday.
  • DiaMedica Therapeutics Inc. DMAC shares jumped 17.91 percent to close at $3.9500.
  • Urban Tea, Inc. MYT shares gained 15.35 percent to close at $2.33.
  • Seelos Therapeutics, Inc. SEEL shares gained 15.11 percent to close at $2.59, rebounding from recent low just above $2. After rallying more than 400 percent earlier in Mar.; shares fell from the $8 level. Not seeing a clear news catalyst to justify the rebound from low.
  • IMMUTEP LTD/S ADR IMMP shares rose 14.73 percent to close at $2.57 following news the company won a patent grant for eftilagimod alpha as a cancer treatment.
  • Intellicheck, Inc. IDN gained 14.51 percent to close at $2.9200.
  • Sorrento Therapeutics Inc SRNE rose 13.58 percent to close at $5.94 after the company announced the merger of Scilex and Semnur.
  • Avon Products, Inc. AVP shares rose 10.07 percent to close at $3.06 following report management is considering a sale to Natura & Co.
  • Chiasma, Inc. CHMA climbed 9.54 percent to close at $5.51.
  • PhaseBio Pharmaceuticals, Inc. PHAS rose 8.17 percent to close at $6.75.
  • Aptinyx Inc. APTX shares rose 7.92 percent to close at $4.36.
  • Wrap Technologies, Inc. WRTC shares jumped 7.74 percent to close at $6.54.
  • Avedro, Inc. AVDR shares rose 7.59 percent to close at $12.90.
  • NF Energy Saving Corporation BIMI jumped 7.53 percent to close at $7.00.
  • Neurotrope, Inc. NTRP gained 7.45 percent to close at $5.05.
  • Lantronix, Inc. LTRX shares rose 6.67 percent to close at $2.56 on Friday.


Losers

  • Conatus Pharmaceuticals Inc CNAT shares tumbled 56.01 percent to close at $1.28 on Friday following concerning results from a Phase 2b trial in NASH fibrosis. Analysts at SunTrust and H.C. Wainwright downgraded the stock.
  • CorePoint Lodging Inc. CPLG fell 25.69 percent to close at $10.50 after the company reported Q4 EPS of $(3.17), versus $2.07 last year, and provided FY19 FFO guidance of $1.86-$2.04 per share.
  • Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, Inc. LXRX dropped 21.91 percent to close at $6.20.
  • Amyris, Inc. AMRS fell 18.7 percent to close at $2.26.
  • Trinity Biotech plc TRIB shares dropped 18.37 percent to close at $2.40.
  • Key Energy Services, Inc. KEG dipped 17.41 percent to close at $4.79.
  • Gridsum Holding Inc. GSUM fell 17.29 percent to close at $3.11.
  • Zuora Inc ZUO declined 14.06 percent to close at $20.91 following Q1 results and FY20 adjusted earnings guidance which came in slightly below the analyst estimate.
  • Neuronetics, Inc. STIM dropped 13.17 percent to close at $14.50.
  • JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. JKS dipped 12.6 percent to close at $17.14 after reporting weaker-than-expected results for its fourth quarter.
  • Unifi, Inc. UFI shares fell 12.13 percent to close at $18.33.
  • ACM Research, Inc. ACMR dropped 11.92 percent to close at $14.48.
  • Concert Pharmaceuticals, Inc. CNCE dipped 11.57 percent to close at $15.51.
  • Outlook Therapeutics, Inc. OTLK shares fell 11.3 percent to close at $7.85.
  • Viking Therapeutics, Inc. VKTX shares dropped 10.99 percent to close at $8.26.
  • HealthEquity, Inc. HQY shares declined 10.82 percent to close at $73.78.
  • Pioneer Energy Services Corp. PES dropped 10.75 percent to close at $1.91.
  • Sienna Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. SNNA shares dropped 10.6 percent to close at $2.53.
  • HUYA Inc. HUYA fell 10.58 percent to close at $25.03.
  • RYB Education, Inc. RYB shares dropped 10.45 percent to close at $7.11.
  • Quorum Health Corporation QHC shares declined 10.43 percent to close at $1.8900.
  • Worthington Industries, Inc. WOR fell 10.24 percent to close at $34.19.
  • Forum Energy Technologies, Inc. FET tumbled 9.88 percent to close at $5.47.
  • The Greenbrier Companies, Inc. GBX shares declined 9.66 percent to close at $33.77 after the company provided Q2 EPS guidance below analyst estimates.
  • Dynagas LNG Partners LP DLNG fell 9.51 percent to close at $2.3800 after the company reported worse-than-expected Q4 EPS and sales.
  • Seadrill Limited SDRL fell 9.26 percent to close at $9.21 after gaining 5.95 percent on Thursday.
  • DexCom, Inc. DXCM shares dropped 9.24 percent to close at $129.03 following a nearly 3 percent decline on Thursday amid a negative report from Spruce Point.
  • Trinity Industries, Inc. TRN dropped 8.71 percent to close at $20.96 after Buckingham downgraded the company's stock from Buy to Neutral and lowered its price target from $32 to $26 per share.
  • Caleres Inc CAL fell 8.7 percent to close at $23.51 after reporting weaker-than-expected results for its fourth quarter.
  • Superconductor Technologies Inc. SCON dropped 8.42 percent to close at $1.7400 on Friday after surging 15.15 percent on Thursday.
  • SPI Energy Co., Ltd. SPI shares dropped 7.86 percent to close at $3.8700, likely related to profit taking following the stock's 60 percent spike Thursday.
  • Carrizo Oil & Gas, Inc. CRZO fell 7.72 percent to close at $12.19.
  • Horizon Technology Finance Corp HRZN shares fell 7.11 percent to close at $11.62. Horizon Technology Finance priced its 2 million shares at $12.14 per share.
  • California Resources Corporation CRC dropped 7.11 percent to close at $25.61.
  • Nike Inc NKE shares fell 6.61 percent to close at $82.19. Nike reported better-than-expected earnings for its third quarter. However, North America sales increased 7 percent to $3.81 billion, missing analysts’ estimates of $3.87 billion.
  • Western Digital Corporation WDC dropped 6.55 percent to close at $48.39 on profit taking following a strong day Thursday amid Micron earnings Wednesday afternoon. A UBS analyst Friday highlighted caution on memory stocks.
  • Cintas Corporation CTAS dropped 6.52 percent to close at $194.55 after the company reported worse-than-expected Q3 sales. The company also provided FY19 sales guidance below analyst estimates.
  • Scholastic Corp SCHL fell 6.21 percent to close at $37.93 after reporting a third-quarter earnings miss.
  • Nokia Oyj NOK fell 6.07 percent to close at $5.88 following company filing which showed "we have been made aware of certain practices relating to compliance issues at the former Alcatel Lucent business that have raised concerns."
  • ArcelorMittal MT shares declined 5.77 percent to close at $20.75. Bank Of America warned US steel capacity to increase by 20 percent by 2022.
  • RTW Retailwinds, Inc. RTW shares declined 5.58 percent to close at $2.3700 following weak Q4 results.
  • Micron Technology, Inc. MU dropped 5.39 percent to close at $41.62 on profit taking following a strong day Thursday amid Micron earnings Wednesday afternoon. A UBS analyst Friday highlighted caution on memory stocks.
  • Aegon N.V. AEG shares declined 5.29 percent to close at $4.8300 amid broad weakness in the US financial and Eurobank space.

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