60 Stocks Moving In Tuesday's Mid-Day Session

Gainers

  • Lizhi Inc. LIZI shares climbed 64.6% to $6.01.
  • American Resources Corporation AREC gained 56% to $3.9382 as the company acquired exclusive rights to Pursue University's rare earth element innovations, critical for clean energy technologies.
  • AEterna Zentaris Inc. AEZS jumped 55.7% to $1.0899 after the company announced it entered into an exclusive option agreement to evaluate a preclinical potential COVID-19 vaccine developed at the Julius-Maximilians-University Wuerzburg.
  • Moleculin Biotech, Inc. MBRX shares jumped 55.3% to $7.30 after the company announced 100% survival was achieved in osteosarcoma lunch metastases animal model.
  • Cassava Sciences, Inc.. SAVA gained 53% to $35.16 after the company announced results of an interim analysis from an open-label study of simufilam, its lead drug candidate for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. The company said "patients' cognition and behavior scores both improved following six months of simufilam treatment, with no safety issues."
  • Holicity Inc. HOL surged 40% to $14.48. Astra and Holicity Inc. reported a definitive business combination agreement that will result in Astra becoming a public company.
  • Ferroglobe PLC GSM rose 33.2% to $3.6750. Ferroglobe shares jumped around 56% on Monday after the company announced agreements with noteholders for a potential refinancing agreement including a recapitalization.
  • Verint Systems Inc VRNT gained 26.7% to $49.97. Verint announced late Monday completion of spin off of Cognyte Software,
  • Artelo Biosciences, Inc. ARTL shares rose 26.1% to $1.3108 after the company announced a research collaboration with Trinity College Dublin to investigate ART27.13 for the treatment of cancer cachexia.
  • One Stop Systems, Inc. OSS gained 24% to $4.82.
  • Ballantyne Strong, Inc BTN surged 22% to $2.4889 after the company announced that it has completed the sale of its wholly-owned subsidiary Convergent Media Systems, for a total enterprise value of approximately $23.2 million.
  • Atossa Therapeutics, Inc. ATOS surged 21.5% to $2.880 after the company said Phase 2 endoxifen breast cancer study produces 'substantially positive results' allowing study to be halted early.
  • Prothena Corporation plc PRTA gained 21% to $13.30 after the company announced that its confirmatory phase 3 AFFIRM-AL study of Birtamimab in Mayo Stage IV patients with AL Amyloidosis is under a SPA agreement with the FDA.
  • DURECT Corporation DRRX surged 19.5% to $2.51 as the FDA granted approval to the company’s POSIMIR (bupivacaine solution) a non-opioid, sustained-release local analgesic for the treatment of post-surgical pain following arthroscopic subacromial decompression surgery (type of shoulder surgery), for up to 72 hours.
  • Trinity Biotech plc TRIB gained 18.3% to $6.01.
  • Clever Leaves Holdings Inc. CLVR jumped 18.2% to $10.67.
  • Haemonetics Corporation HAE surged 18% to $135.95 after reporting better-than-expected quarterly results.
  • Travere Therapeutics IncTVTX gained 16% to $30.00 after announcing positive interim results from the ongoing Phase 3 DUPLEX study evaluating sparsentan in focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS), a rare kidney condition that often leads to end-stage kidney disease.
  • Nkarta, Inc. NKTX shares surged 15.5% to $43.38.
  • Kopin Corporation KOPN shares rose 14% to $5.93.
  • Agrify Corporation AGFY surged 13.8% to $12.43.
  • Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc INO fell 13.1% to $14.74. Inovio Pharmaceuticals announced it received a U.S. patent for the oral mucosal electroporation device and use of thereof.
  • Tiziana Life Sciences PLC TLSA rose 12.6% to $4.30 as the company reported positive data from an exploratory study in Brazil, evaluating nasally administered Foralumab, either alone or in combination with orally administered dexamethasone (Dexa) in COVID-19 patients.
  • TravelCenters of America Inc. TA gained 11.9% to $30.07.
  • Tata Motors Limited TTM rose 11.2% to $21.71. Tata Motors shares surged around 10% on Monday after the company reported better-than-expected quarterly financial results.
  • BioNano Genomics Inc BNGO gained 11% to $11.95 after the company announced the publication of a study that measured DNA methylation, the chemical modification of the DNA that controls gene regulation, of the various regions regulating cancer genes on single DNA molecules.
  • Bio-Techne Corporation TECH gained 10.6% to $376.16 following strong quarterly results.
  • C3Ai Inc AI gained 7.1% to $147.45 after the company reported a partnership with Shell, Baker Hughes and Microsoft to launch the Open AI Energy Initiative.



Check out these big penny stock gainers and losers

Losers

  • GameStop Corp. GME shares dipped 63.2% to $82.89 after declining around 31% on Monday. The stock has been increasingly volatile following interest from retail investors.
  • Cuentas Inc. CUEN shares tumbled 60.1% to $3.00 as the company priced upsized 2.79 million share public offering at $4.30 per share.
  • AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. AMC fell 51% to $6.51. The stock has been increasingly volatile following interest from retail investors.
  • Koss Corporation KOSS dropped 48% to $18.37. Koss shares also dipped over 45% on Monday, selling off following last week's surge, which was driven by high retail investor interest and speculative trading.
  • Comstock Mining Inc. LODE fell 41.1% to $1.7363. Comstock Mining jumped around 117% on Monday as the stock benefitted from the momentum in Silver on Monday.
  • Immunovant, Inc. IMVT shares dropped 40.7% to $25.68 after the company announced a voluntary pause of dosing in its ongoing clinical trials for IMVT-1401. The decision follows the unearthing of a physiological signal consisting of elevated total cholesterol and LDL levels in IMVT-1401-treated patients in a Phase 2b trial in thyroid eye disease.
  • Express, Inc.. EXPR fell 40% to $3.0023. The company’s stock also dipped around 17% on Monday, selling off following last week's surge, which was driven by high retail investor interest and speculative trading.
  • MingZhu Logistics Holdings Limited YGMZ shares declined 39.8% to $13.97 after declining 34% on Monday.
  • Cognyte Software Ltd. CGNT dropped 28.6% to $27.15 as the stock began trading today after being spun off from Verint. Cognyte is a security analytics software provider.
  • Avino Silver & Gold Mines Ltd. ASM fell 24.2% to $1.40 after jumping 50% on Monday. Avino reported US at-the-market share offering of up to $25.0 million.
  • First Majestic Silver Corp. AG shares fell 24% to $16.81. The company’s stock jumped 22% on Monday following a sharp surge in silver futures for March.
  • New Concept Energy, Inc. GBR fell 23.3% to $6.24 after dropping 27% on Monday.
  • Pitney Bowes Inc. PBI dropped 22.5% to $8.36 after reporting Q4 results.
  • Siebert Financial Corp. SIEB fell 21.8% to $5.48 after dropping 15% on Monday.
  • Hecla Mining Company HL shares dropped 20.1% to $5.83. Shares of several gold and silver companies traded lower following a surge in the sector yesterday amid retail investor interest in silver as a potential short squeeze candidate.
  • BlackBerry Limited BB fell 19.5% to $11.78. The stock has been increasingly volatile following interest from retail investors.
  • Phunware, Inc. PHUN fell 19% to $2.1810 after climbing 29% on Monday.
  • Retractable Technologies, Inc. RVP dipped 19% to $17.41 after climbing 34% on Monday.
  • Alithya Group Inc. ALYA dropped 18.6% to $2.6116 after climbing 29% on Monday.
  • Golden Minerals Company AUMN shares fell 18.4% to $0.8164 after climbing around 20% on Monday.
  • Harley-Davidson Inc HOG fell 18.3% to $32.76 after the company reported a surprise loss for its fourth quarter.
  • Coeur Mining, Inc. CDE shares fell 17.7% to $9.17. Coeur Mining gained 23% on Monday amid retail investor interest in the silver market as a potential short squeeze candidate.
  • BioCryst Pharmaceuticals, Inc. BCRX fell 17% to $9.84. BioCryst Pharmaceuticals shares surged 39% on Monday amid interest in the stock from retail traders and mention of the stock in online forums.
  • Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. BDR fell 17% to $1.4199 after jumping about 20% on Monday.
  • Integrated Media Technology Limited IMTE fell 16.3% to $4.99. Integrated Media Technology shares climbed over 16% on Monday after the company announced the launch of an IoT business unit through an agreement to acquire a 70% equity interest in Shenzhen Koala Wisdom Fire Engineering Co.
  • Adamas Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ADMS fell 15.2% to $5.76 after climbing 15% on Monday. Adamas reported settlement of patent litigation with Zydusa.
  • Dillard's, Inc. DDS fell 15% to $74.50. Dillard's, on Monday, announced the launch of LDT, a new brand from the husband-wife team behind TOCCIN NY.
  • McEwen Mining Inc. MUX fell 13.7% to $1.26 after surging around 20% on Monday.
  • Gatos Silver, Inc. GATO fell 13.7% to $12.70.
  • Ur-Energy Inc. URG dropped 12.1% to $0.8605 after the company priced offering of 14.72 million shares at $0.90 per share.
  • Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co. KGaA FMS fell 11% to $34.72.
  • Cirrus Logic, Inc. CRUS fell 7% to $91.19 after the company reported Q3 earnings results. Cirrus Logic posted better-than-expected earnings and sales for its third quarter. The company also said it sees Q4 sales of $280 million to $320 million.
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