60 Stocks Moving In Friday's Mid-Day Session


  • MDC Partners Inc. MDCA shares jumped 126.1% to $2.60 after the company announced the formation of a special committee to evaluate potential business combination with Stagwell.
  • Vaxart Inc VXRT shares gained 101% to $12.58 after the company's coronavirus vaccine was selected for the US Government's Operation Warp Speed.
  • iBio, Inc. IBIO climbed 59.9% to $2.5724. iBio will be added to Russell 2000 and 3000 indices as of June 29.
  • Citius Pharmaceuticals Inc CTXR surged 49% to $1.6087 after the company received an FDA response on its pre-investigational NDA for induced mesenchymal stem cells to treat acute respiratory distress syndrome in patients with coronavirus.
  • Ekso Bionics Holdings, Inc. EKSO shares rose 38.7% to $10.12. Ekso Bionics shares jumped 135.3% on Thursday after the company received FDA clearance to market its EksoNR robotic exoskeleton.
  • Gap Inc GPS gained 30.1% to $13.22 after it was reported the company has partnered with Kanye West's Yeezy brand.
  • CoreLogic, Inc. CLGX shares climbed 25.5% to $66.42 after Cannae Holdings and Senator Investment Group submitted a proposal to acquire the company for $65 per share in cash. Baird raised the price target on the stock from $52 to $55.
  • VBI Vaccines Inc. VBIV gained 25% to $3.44 amid a resurgence in US coronavirus cases.
  • Kindred Biosciences, Inc. KIN climbed 20.6% to $5.10.
  • Big Lots, Inc. BIG rose 20.3% to $40.74. Big Lots said it expects Q2 adjusted earnings of $2.50 to $2.75 per share and Q2 comps growth in mid-to-high twenties percent range.
  • UTStarcom Holdings Corp. UTSI shares gained 18% to $2.10.
  • Asta Funding, Inc. ASFI gained 15.1% to $12.88 after the company reported an amendment to merger agreement providing for an increase in merger consideration of $1.63 per share.
  • ADDvantage Technologies Group, Inc. AEY gained 15% to $2.9097.
  • CleanSpark, Inc. CLSK gained 13% to $2.39.
  • Brainstorm Cell Therapeutics Inc. BCLI surged 11.8% to $13.10.
  • SYNNEX Corporation SNX rose 9.9% to $111.72 following Q2 results.
  • Altimmune, Inc. ALT rose 9.1% to $10.02 after Venrock Healthcare Capital Partners reported it has a 20.8% active stake in the company.
  • Axsome Therapeutics Inc AXSM climbed 9% to $83.41 after the company announced it has received FDA breakthrough therapy designation for AXS-05 for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease agitation.
  • CalAmp Corp. CAMP rose 8% to $8.30 after the company reported better-than-expected Q1 results.
  • Phunware Inc PHUN climbed 7.7% to $1.3250 after the company reported a joint venture with AnyPlace MD to 'provide contact tracing, telehealth, COVID-19 testing and logistics support to government agencies and health systems.'
  • TETRA Technologies, Inc. TTI rose 7.2% to $0.4947.
  • Site Centers Corp SITC gained 6.5% to $7.93 after the company was added to the S&P SmallCap 600.
  • Progress Software Corp PRGS rose 5.1% to $39.72 after the company reported better-than-expected Q2 results and raised FY20 guidance.


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  • Luckin Coffee Inc. LK shares dipped 50% to $1.50 after the company announced the withdrawal of its request for a Nasdaq hearing. The company's shares will be suspended at the open of business on June 29.
  • Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. SHIP dropped 37.3% to $0.1756 after the company reported downbeat Q1 results.
  • Recon Technology, Ltd. RCON dropped 36.1% to $1.15 after the company reported pricing of $2.1 million registered direct offering.
  • Ideanomics, Inc. IDEX shares dropped 33.6% to $1.62 following recent shortseller reports. The company on Friday issued a response to shortseller claims.
  • Soliton, Inc. SOLY dipped 31.1% to $8.16 after the company reported pricing of public offering.
  • Professional Diversity Network, Inc. IPDN fell 27.4% to $2.67 after jumping 143% on Thursday. Professional Diversity Network, on June 25, appointed Xin (Adam) He to be CEO of the company, Reuters reported.
  • Globus Maritime Ltd GLBS fell 27% to $0.2728 after the company reported pricing of share and warrants offering.
  • Martin Midstream Partners L.P. MMLP dropped 25% to $1.6817 as the company reported a restructuring support deal for some holders of 7.25% unsecured notes due 2021.
  • Puhui Wealth Investment Management Co., Ltd. PHCF fell 21.6% to $5.29 after surging 106% on Thursday.
  • TELA Bio, Inc. TELA dipped 21.2% to $14.40 after the company reported pricing of public offering of common stock.
  • Translate Bio Inc TBIO declined 20.2% to $19.70 after the company priced a 12.5 million share common stock offering at $22 per share.
  • Milestone Scientific Inc. MLSS fell 20% to $1.96 after the company announced pricing of $14 million public offering of common stock and warrants.
  • Wins Finance Holdings Inc. WINS tumbled 18% to $37.71.
  • Atlas Financial Holdings, Inc. AFH fell 16.9% to $0.5650.
  • DBV Technologies S.A. DBVT fell 15.4% to $4.57 after the company issued business and operational update. The company has not yet received an update from the US FDA regarding its Biologics License Application for Viaskin™ Peanut.
  • Broadway Financial Corporation BYFC dropped 14.8% to $1.959.
  • Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. HTZ fell 14.4% to $1.4450 after gaining 5% on Thursday.
  • MakeMyTrip Limited MMYT dropped 14.2% to $14.81 after the company reported downbeat Q4 sales.
  • Aethlon Medical, Inc. AEMD fell 13.4% to $2.07 following FY20 results. Aethlon Medical posted a FY20 loss of $1.87 per share.
  • Kitov Pharma Ltd KTOV fell 13.1% to $1.0950. Kitov closed its $35.0 million registered direct offering.
  • Contango Oil & Gas Company MCF dropped 13% to $2.7650.
  • Cinedigm Corp. CIDM fell 12.7% to $1.8328.
  • Interpace Biosciences, Inc. IDXG dipped 12.5% to $4.69 following Q1 results.
  • SpringWorks Therapeutics, Inc. SWTX fell 12.2% to $39.10.
  • Mobile Mini, Inc. MINI dropped 10.3% to $33.27. SITE Centers will replace Mobile Mini in the S&P SmallCap 600 on Wednesday, July 1.
  • IBERIABANK Corporation IBKC fell 9.5% to $42.45.
  • Comerica Incorporated CMA fell 8.4% to $35.43 following the Fed's stress test, which found that banks could get close to minimum capital levels under certain scenarios. The Fed put restrictions on buybacks and required banks to cap dividends.
  • KeyCorp KEY fell 7.8% to $11.90.
  • Apogee Enterprises, Inc. APOG fell 7.5% to $20.79 after reporting downbeat Q1 results.
  • The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. GS dropped 6.7% to $193.31 after the Fed announced it will require stress-tested banks to resubmit updated capital plans later this year to "reflect current stresses."
  • Murphy Oil Corporation MUR shares fell 6.3% to $12.23. Murphy Oil is expected to release Q2 earnings on August 6.
  • Allied Esports Entertainment Inc. AESE fell 5.9% to $2.10 after declining around 7% on Thursday.
  • NIKE, Inc. NKE fell 5.6% to $95.68 after reporting downbeat Q4 results.
  • Bank of America Corporation BAC declined 5.6% to $23.35 after the Fed announced it will require stress-tested banks to resubmit updated capital plans later this year to "reflect current stresses."
  • SINTX Technologies Inc SINT dropped 5.5% to $2.1550 after the company announced pricing of $4.1 million registered direct offering priced at-the-market.
  • Performance Food Group Company PFGC fell 5.3% to $27.02.
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co. JPM fell 5.1% to $92.95 after the Fed announced it will require stress-tested banks to resubmit updated capital plans later this year to "reflect current stresses."

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