70 Stocks Moving In Tuesday's Mid-Day Session

Gainers

  • Applied UV, Inc. AUVI shares jumped 325.7% to $22.05. The company earlier announced closing on acquisition of Akida Holdings for 1.375 million shares and $901,274.96 in cash.
  • Comstock Holding Companies, Inc. CHCI gained 182.2% to $11.91 after climbing over 18% on Monday.
  • KalVista Pharmaceuticals, Inc. KALV shares climbed 168.4% to $41.89 as the company announced positive topline data from a Phase 2 clinical trial demonstrating statistically and clinically significant efficacy of KVD900 as an oral on-demand treatment for hereditary angioedema attacks.
  • BSQUARE Corporation BSQR gained 68.4% to $9.58 after gaining over 78% on Monday.
  • Heat Biologics, Inc. HTBX jumped 68% to $14.06 on the heels of encouraging interim data from the Phase 2 trial evaluating HS-110, in combination with Bristol-Myers Squibb's Opdivo (nivolumab) in advanced non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC).
  • Iterum Therapeutics plc ITRM shares surged 49.1% to $2.2950 after surging more than 15% on Monday. Iterum Therapeutics, last week, agreed to purchase on a firm commitment basis 8,695,653 ordinary shares at a public offering price of $1.15 per share.
  • OrganiGram Holdings Inc. OGI gained 46.4% to $4.83. Ocugen shares jumped over 201% on Monday after announcing the sale of 3 million common shares at $7.65 per share in a registered direct offering, with gross proceeds of $23 million.
  • Glu Mobile Inc. GLUU climbed 33.7% to $12.55 after Electronic Arts announced plans to buy the company in a $2.4 billion deal.
  • Kintara Therapeutics, Inc. KTRA gained 31% to $2.75.
  • Landos Biopharma, Inc. LABP rose 30.4% to $14.50. Landos Biopharma, last week, priced its IPO at $16 per share.
  • Assertio Holdings, Inc. ASRT rose 28.6% to $1.3250 after jumping over 18% on Monday. Assertio Holdings, last week, entered into a securities purchase agreement with certain institutional investors to purchase 22.6 million common shares at $0.62 per share in a registered direct offering, for gross proceeds of $14 million.
  • TransMedics Group, Inc. TMDX gained 28% to $33.29.
  • 500.com Limited WBAI shares rose 27.7% to $19.02. 500.com reported a narrower loss for the fourth quarter.
  • Oragenics, Inc. OGEN rose 26.9% to $1.65 after gaining more than 23% on Monday.
  • Mogo Inc. MOGO gained 25.8% to $9.12 after jumping 28% on Monday.
  • Tilray Inc TLRY gained 25.4% to $37.72 after the company announced it has entered into an agreement with Grow Pharma to import and distribute Tilray's medical cannabis products into the United Kingdom.
  • Creatd Inc. CRTD gained 25.3% to $5.64.
  • Zedge, Inc. ZDGE surged 25.2% to $14.52. Zedge recently reported 141 million users in 2020.
  • 111, Inc. YI shares jumped 23.3% to $17.18. 111, last week, signed a strategic cooperation deal with Jilin Baiyi Doctor Group to create and deliver new models for internet medical services. No terms were disclosed.
  • Evoke Pharma, Inc. EVOK surged 23% to $3.94.
  • Onconova Therapeutics, Inc. ONTX jumped 22.6% to $1.25 after surging around 18% on Monday.
  • Veru Inc. VERU surged 22.5% to $17.05. HC Wainwright & Co. maintained Veru with a Buy and raised the price target from $12to $17.
  • The9 Limited NCTY gained 22.4% to $30.34 amid an increase in the price of bitcoin
  • Nxt-ID, Inc. NXTD shares jumped 22.2% to $2.0411 after jumping around 37% on Monday.
  • Baudax Bio, Inc. BXRX rose 21.5% to $2.0650. Baudax Bio priced its 11 million share offering at $1.60 per share.
  • Riot Blockchain, Inc. RIOT rose 21.4% to $39.79 amid an increase in the price of bitcoin. Riot Blockchain’s shares also jumped more than 40% on Monday.
  • Zosano Pharma Corporation ZSAN rose 20.6% to $2.33 after jumping over 75% on Monday.
  • Marathon Patent Group, Inc. MARA jumped 20.6% to $38.67 amid an increase in the price of bitcoin. The company’s stock also surged over 42% on Monday.
  • Cyclo Therapeutics, Inc. CYTH gained 20.3% to $13.50. Cyclo Therapeutics highlighted presentation of data from clinical development program for its lead candidate, Trappsol Cyclo at WORLDSymposium.
  • Hanesbrands Inc. HBI shares jumped 19.9% to $19.16 after the company reported better-than-expected Q4 results.
  • Tyme Technologies, Inc. TYME rose 18.6% to $3.12. TYME, on Monday, reported closing of $100 million registered direct offering of common stock.
  • SemiLEDs Corporation LEDS gained 18.1% to $4.69.
  • Alterity Therapeutics Limited ATHE surged 17.7% to $2.33. Alterity Therapeutics, last month, named Dr. David Stamler as CEO.
  • MicroStrategy Incorporated MSTR shares rose 17% to $1,217.09 amid an increase in the price of Bitcoin. The company’s stock surged over 29% on Monday.
  • Martin Midstream Partners L.P. MMLP gained 16.9% to $2.7362.
  • Co-Diagnostics, Inc. CODX surged 14.5% to $19.41. Co-Diagnostics, last month, reported completion of FDA emergency use authorization submission for extraction-free saliva COVID-19 test.
  • Adamis Pharmaceuticals Corporation ADMP rose 14.4% to $1.6590. Adamas Pharma shares climbed over 18% on Monday on volume as traders circulated US Patent & Trademark Office abstract for the company’s 'Emergency Devices.'
  • Bit Digital, Inc. BTBT rose 14.3% to $29.25 amid an increase in the price of bitcoin. Bit Digital’s stock also jumped over 46% on Monday.
  • Conversion Labs, Inc. CVLB shares rose 14% to $30.35 after surging over 20% on Monday.
  • ZW Data Action Technologies Inc. CNET rose 12.7% to $3.34. ZW Data Action Technologies, on Monday, entered into strategic cooperation agreement with China Digital Culture for introduction of DeFi into Esports and game data operation.
  • Greenpro Capital Corp. GRNQ rose 12.1% to $2.87 after jumping around 15% on Monday.
  • Aware, Inc. AWRE rose 12% to $6.02 after jumping 14% on Monday.
  • Delta Apparel, Inc. DLA gained 11% to $25.96 after the company reported better-than-expected Q1 sales results.
  • Outlook Therapeutics, Inc. OTLK shares rose 10.7% to $3.6688 after climbing around 52% on Monday. Outlook Therapeutics, last week, said it raised $35 million via equity to support ONS-5010 US application.
  • SelectQuote Inc SLQT rose 10.7% to $26.95 after the company reported better-than-expected Q2 results.
  • Tonix Pharmaceuticals Holding Corp. TNXP shares rose 9.7% to $1.70. Tonix Pharmaceuticals, on Monday, entered into a securities purchase agreement with institutional investors to purchase 58.3 million shares at $1.20 per share, raising gross proceeds of approximately $70 million.
  • Code Chain New Continent Limited CCNC rose 9.1% to $4.22 after surging 33% on Monday. Code Chain New Continent, last week, named David Feng as co-CEO and Dr. Jianing (George) Yu as COO.
  • Varonis Systems Inc VRNS rose 8.3% to $198.26 after the company reported better-than-expected Q4 sales and issued strong sales guidance.
  • Lion Group Holding Ltd. LGHL rose 7.5% to $3.97. Lion, last month, announced the acquisition of Lion FinTech Group.

 

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Losers

  • Big Rock Partners Acquisition Corp. BRPA shares dipped 30.2% to $41.34. NeuroRx and Relief Therapeutics Holdings reported preliminary results from the Phase 2b/3 trial of ZYESAMI™ in patients with respiratory failure due to Critical COVID-19. NeuroRx recently announced a plan to merge with Big Rock Partners Acquisition Corp.
  • Aeterna Zentaris Inc. AEZS fell 26% to $2.47 after climbing over 200%on Monday. Aeterna Zentaris, last week, announced it entered into an exclusive option agreement to evaluate a preclinical potential COVID-19 vaccine developed at the Julius-Maximilians-University Wuerzburg.
  • Ekso Bionics Holdings, Inc. EKSO fell 22.7% to $10.10 after the company increased the size of the previously announced public offering to 3.9 million common shares at $10.25 per share, raising around $40 million in gross proceeds from the previous offer of 975,610 shares for $10 million.
  • Ocugen, Inc. OCGN dipped 21.8% to $12.36 after Chardan Capital downgraded the stock from Buy to Neutral.
  • Hancock Jaffe Laboratories, Inc. HJLI fell 20.7% to $7.07 after dropping around 9% on Monday.
  • Sino-Global Shipping America, Ltd. SINO fell 20% to $8.80. Sino-Global Shipping America shares surged 65% on Monday as the company reported pricing of around $13.6 million registered direct offering priced at-the-market.
  • GameStop Corp. GME fell 18.3% to $49.05 as the stock continues to sell off following its recent retail-driven surge.
  • Summit Therapeutics Inc. SMMT dipped 18.1% to $9.16 after climbing 25% on Monday.
  • Infinity Pharmaceuticals, Inc. INFI fell 16.4% to $4.48 after jumping 36% on Monday. JP Morgan, on Friday, upgraded the stock from Underweight to Neutral.
  • Zomedica Corp. ZOM fell 15.7% to $2.2750 after the company priced its 13.16 million share offering at $1.90 per share.
  • Coty Inc. COTY shares tumbled 14.7% to $6.77 after the company reported worse-than-expected Q2 sales.
  • WESCO International, Inc. WCC dropped 14.6% to $76.24 after the company reported worse-than-expected Q4 earnings.
  • ARYA Sciences Acquisition Corp III ARYA fell 14% to $19.30. RYA Sciences Acquisition III jumped 100% on Monday after the company announced it would merge with Nautilus Biotechnology.
  • GeoVax Labs, Inc.. GOVX shares fell 13.2% to $6.49 after the company reported pricing of $9.0 million bought deal offering.
  • AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc.. AMC fell 12.4% to $5.41. AMC Entertainment shares fell around 10% on Monday after Wanda America Entertainment, a major Chinese investor in the company, converted its Class B shares to Class A in order to permit sales of common stock.
  • Nemaura Medical Inc. NMRD shares declined 9.5% to $8.85 after jumping over 40% on Monday.
  • Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. CLF fell 8.9% to $15.79 after the company priced its public offering of common shares, including 40,000,000 common shares by ArcelorMittal.
  • Liberty Oilfield Services Inc LBRT dropped 8.6% to $11.24 after the company reported an 8.7 million shares common stock offering.
  • SPI Energy Co., Ltd. SPI shares fell 8% to $11.43 after the company reported pricing of $14.7 million at-the-market registered direct offering at $10.79 per share.
  • Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. TTWO fell 6.7% to $199.10. Take-Two reported stronger-than-expected results for its third quarter. However, the company said it sees full-year revenue hitting $3.24 billion to $3.29 billion versus a street consensus of $3.3 billion. Full-year earnings per share are expected in a range of $4.08 to $4.18.
  • DHT Holdings Inc DHT shares fell 5.2% to $5.83 after the company reported downbeat Q4 results.

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