50 Stocks Moving In Thursday's Mid-Day Session

Gainers

  • Shiloh Industries, Inc. SHLO shares climbed 106% to $0.6079 after the company received court approval of "First Day" motions to support business operations.
  • Kensington Capital Acquisition Corp. KCAC shares climbed 61.5% to $16.15. Quantumscape will list On NYSE through merger with Kensington Capital Acquisition Corp.
  • Garrett Motion Inc. GTX gained 25% to $3.3748. Garrett Motion, last week, said it is exploring alternatives for balance sheet restructuring.
  • Fulgent Genetics, Inc. FLGT shares gained 19% to $34.31 after the company said it is partnering with the New York City Health and Hospitals to provide COVID-19 testing to students across approximately 1,600 locations as they return to school in September and over the next several months.
  • Ebang International Holdings Inc. EBON climbed 18.8% to $7.19.
  • FTS International, Inc. FTSI rose 18.6% to $5.80.
  • Sutro Biopharma, Inc. STRO shares surged 15% to $12.95. In an abstract submitted to the International Gynecologic Cancer Society annual global meeting, Sutro Biopharma said STRO-002, its FRα-targeting antibody-drug conjugate being evaluated for ovarian cancer, produced a partial response in five of 29 evaluable patients (17%), with two confirmed on second scan.
  • Auris Medical Holding Ltd. EARS shares gained 14.7% to $0.9518 after the company reported interim data from TRAVERS Phase 2 study with AM-125 in vertigo.
  • General Moly, Inc. GMO gained 13.2% to $0.1321 after the company announced a letter of intent to sell the liberty project to Pathfinder Minerals for $1 million in cash.
  • Applied Genetic Technologies Corporation AGTC rose 12% to $5.77.
  • TRACON Pharmaceuticals, Inc. TCON climbed 10.8% to $2.705. TRACON Pharmaceuticals recently announced additional $5 million private placement.
  • Whiting Petroleum Corporation WLL gained 10.8% to $21.60 after KeyBanc upgraded the company's stock from Sector-Weight to Overweight and announced a $25 price target.
  • Macy's, Inc. M gained 10% to $7.76 on continued strength after the company on Wednesday reported better-than-expected Q2 results.
  • Muscle Maker, Inc. GRIL surged 7.8% to $2.48.
  • Duluth Holdings DLTH rose 5.8% to $11.07 after the company reported upbeat quarterly results.
  • Five Below, Inc. FIVE rose 5.5% to $123.53 after the company reported upbeat results for its second quarter and announced plans to open 110 to 120 net new stores in the year.
  • VirTra, Inc. VTSI gained 4.1% to $3.56 after receiving $863,000 order from Customs and Border Protection.
  • Novavax, Inc. NVAX rose 3.5% to $106.39 after the company announced the publication of Phase 1 data from its Phase 1/2 trial of COVID 19 vaccine candidate.


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Losers

  • Akebia Therapeutics, Inc. AKBA shares dipped 72.5% to $2.7480 after the company announced top-line results from its PRO2TECT Global Phase 3 program on vadadustat, which did not meet its primary safety MACE endpoint.
  • Zuora, Inc. ZUO shares dropped 31.6% to $11.06. Zuora reported upbeat Q2 results, but issued weak sales forecast for the current quarter.
  • Ciena CIEN fell 26.4% to $44.22 after the company reported Q3 results.
  • PagerDuty, Inc. PD shares fell 26.3% to $25.78 after the company issued weak earnings guidance.
  • Renren Inc. RENN shares declined 24% to $1.6099. Renren, last week, announced initiation of legal proceedings by subsidiary Kaixin.
  • Designer Brands Inc. DBI fell 19.7% to $6.64 after the company reported worse-than-expected Q2 results.
  • Conn's Inc CONN fell 17.1% to $11.36 after the company reported Q2 results.
  • Evogene Ltd. EVGN fell 16% to $2.37. Evogene confirmed Tuesday it has secured $10 million in financing through an investment offering.
  • The Michaels Companies, Inc. MIK dropped 15.6% to $9.47 despite the company reported better-than-expected Q2 results.
  • Applied Optoelectronics, Inc. AAOI tumbled 15.4% to $10.69 amid market weakness.
  • Smartsheet Inc SMAR fell 15.3% to $50.49 after the company issued downbeat Q3 EPS guidance.
  • Momo Inc. MOMO fell 14.5% to $17.01 after the company reported Q2 results.
  • Medallia, Inc. MDLA dipped 14.2% to $34.48. Medallia is expected to release quarterly earnings after the closing bell.
  • Aemetis, Inc. AMTX shares declined 14% to $1.9593. Aemetis recently received an FDA national drug code for its OTC sanitizer products.
  • DocuSign, Inc. DOCU fell 13% to $230.81. DocuSign is expected to report quarterly earnings after the closing bell.
  • Infinera Corporation INFN dropped 12.8% to $6.38 amid market weakness.
  • NanoViricides, Inc. NNVC fell 12.7% to $4.87 after jumping over 42% on Wednesday.
  • Rocket Companies, Inc. RKT dropped 12.5% to $27.38 after the company reported Q2 earnings results.
  • CrowdStrike Holdings, Inc. CRWD fell 9.2% to $129.16 despite the company reported upbeat quarterly results.
  • InflaRx N.V. IFRX fell 8.5% to $3.8378.
  • Barnes & Noble Education BNED fell 8.1% to $2.1225 after the company reported Q1 results.
  • Kirkland's, Inc. KIRK fell 7.7% to $7.58 after reporting Q2 results.
  • Slack Technologies, Inc. WORK fell 7.3% to $31.19.
  • Tesla, Inc. TSLA shares fell 7.2% to $414.99. Tesla shares fell around 6% on Wednesday on continued momentum from yesterday after the company announced a $5 billion offering of its common stock.
  • Cancer Genetics Inc CGIX fell 7.1% to $5.34 after the company and StemoniX announced a joint proof-of-concept program.
  • Culp, Inc. CULP fell 6.4% to $12.28 after the company reported Q1 results. The company also noted it provided limited guidance due to the economic impact of COVID-19.
  • RiceBran Technologies RIBT fell 6.3% to $0.4343 after falling over 7% on Wednesday.
  • Apple Inc. AAPL fell 6.2% to $123.30 amid market weakness.
  • AgeX Therapeutics, Inc. AGE fell 5.9% to $0.80. AgeX Therapeutics, last month, posted a loss for the second quarter.
  • Mercurity Fintech Holding Inc. MFH fell 5.7% to $2.15 after reporting unaudited H1 results.
  • BioHiTech Global, Inc. BHTG fell 5.6% to $1.3501 after the company said it received $400,000 in new food waste digester purchase orders from Carnival Corporation in September for deployment on two additional ships.
  • NIO Limited NIO fell 5.4% to $18.81 following report of August deliveries.
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