- Sequential Brands Group, Inc. SQBG jumped 89.2% to settle at $15.70.
- Eco Wave Power Global AB WAVE shares surged 73.2% to close at $18.79. A 13G filing from Alpha Capital showed an 8.7% stake in company.
- Alector, Inc. ALEC climbed 57.1% to close at $35.21. Alector and GlaxoSmithKline have announced a global collaboration for the development and commercialization of two monoclonal antibodies designed to elevate progranulin (PGRN) levels.
- Bridgeline Digital, Inc. BLIN climbed 56% to close at $8.97. Bridgeline received more than $2.5 million in warrant exercises.
- T.A.T. Technologies Ltd. TATT shares gained 42.6% to settle at $8.45 after the company announced a new MRO partnership with Honeywell.
- Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc. OSG surged 37.1% to close at $2.88 after Saltchuk Holdings reported it submitted a preliminary non-binding proposal to Overseas Shipholding Group's board to acquire all of outstanding shares of the company not already owned for $3 per share.
- Marin Software Inc MRIN gained 34.6% to close at $20.29. Marin Software jumped over 40% on Thursday amid continued extreme volatility and volume in the stock from investors following the company's Instacart Ads integration announcement.
- Staffing 360 Solutions, Inc. STAF shares climbed 34.5% to close at $4.99. Staffing 360 Solutions recently announced a reverse stock split to maintain NASDAQ listing.
- Nortech Systems Incorporated NSYS climbed 26.8% to close at $9.83.
- Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. OPTT gained 20.3% to close at $2.96. Ocean Power Technologies was recently added to Russell Microcap Index.
- Astra Space, Inc. ASTR climbed 19.9% to close at $15.47 amid high interest across social media.
- Nova LifeStyle, Inc. NVFY surged 16.9% to settle at $3.66.
- Adial Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ADIL jumped 16.2% to close at $2.94.
- Elevation Oncology, Inc. ELEV rose 16.1% to close at $15.33.
- Barnes & Noble Education, Inc. BNED jumped 16% to settle at $8.47.
- Shenandoah Telecommunications Company SHEN gained 15.5% to close at $56.81 after the company declared a special dividend of $18.75 per share.
- BioLineRx Ltd. BLRX surged 15.5% to settle at $3.35.
- IDT Corporation IDT gained 15.4% to close at $45.38.
- Cerence Inc. CRNC climbed 14% to close at $123.74 after it was announced the company is set to join the S&P MidCap 400.
- Energy Focus, Inc. EFOI gained 13.3% to settle at $4.42.
- Allied Esports Entertainment Inc AESE climbed 13% to close at $2.53. Allied Esports recently launched AE Studios division for original content development and production services.
- J. Alexander's Holdings, Inc. JAX gained 12.6% to settle at $13.80 as the company agreed to be acquired by SPB Hospitality at $14 per share.
- IVERIC bio, Inc. ISEE jumped 12.3% to settle at $7.94. Iveric Bio, last week, shared the new post-hoc analyses of GATHER1 and the progress of GATHER2 clinical trials evaluating Zimura (avacincaptad pegol) for geographic atrophy (G.A.) secondary to age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
- Agrify Corporation AGFY gained 11.6% to settle at $14.46.
- SentinelOne, Inc. S surged 11.4% to close at $44.59. The company recently priced its IPO at $35 a share.
- Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc. SC rose 11.3% to close at $40.56 after Santander Holdings announced a proposal to acquire shares it does not own of Santander Consumer USA for $39.00 per share.
- Newegg Commerce, Inc. NEGG gained 10% to close at $19.20 after dropping 10% on Thursday.
- Asana, Inc. ASAN surged 9.5% to settle at $67.16.
- Hut 8 Mining Corp. HUT jumped 8.9% to close at $5.16. Hut 8 and Bitfury BV agreed to terminate Investor Rights Agreement.
- Mind Technology Inc MIND gained 5.7% to close at $2.05. MIND Technology, last month, reported a Q1 loss of $0.33 per share.
- Iterum Therapeutics plc ITRM shares tumbled 38% to close at $1.42 on Friday despite the company received a letter from the FDA regarding the sulopenem etzadroxil/probenecid marketing application review for uncomplicated urinary tract infections. The agency has identified deficiencies that preclude the discussion of labeling and post-marketing requirements/commitments at this time..
- The Glimpse Group, Inc. VRAR fell 29.6% to close at $12.44. The Glimpse Group shares jumped 152% on Thursday after the company priced its IPO at $7 per share.
- Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ARWR fell 25.7% to close at $63.13 after the company voluntarily paused the AROENaC1001 Phase 1/2 study evaluating ARO-ENaC for cystic fibrosis.
- Powerbridge Technologies Co Ltd PBTS fell 19.3% to close at $1.80.
- Wireless Telecom Group, Inc. WTT dipped 18.9% to close at $2.97.
- Alterity Therapeutics Limited ATHE dropped 18.2% to close at $1.75. Alterity Therapeutics Australia filing showed a proposed offering of 322,857,900 shares. Alterity Therapeutics shares jumped around 65% on Thursday after the company announced it was granted a new US patent targeting major neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
- Citius Pharmaceuticals Inc CTXR shares fell 17.3% to close at $2.15 after dropping 25% on Thursday. The company recently announced it received a positive recommendation by the Independent Data Monitoring Committee to continue the Mino-Lok Phase 2 trial as planned.
- Pulse Biosciences, Inc. PLSE dipped 17.2% to close at $17.25. Pulse Biosciences Board Chairman, Robert W. Duggan, said he will purchase 3.04 million common shares at $16.40 per share in a private placement.
- Kintara Therapeutics Inc KTRA fell 16.1% to settle at $1.93. Kintara Therapeutics recently announced topline data from Phase 2 study of its lead compound VAL-083, conducted at the MD Anderson Cancer Center.
- Atossa Therapeutics, Inc. ATOS fell 16.1% to settle at $5.37.
- Zhangmen Education Inc. ZME fell 15% to close at $11.12. Shares of several Chinese companies traded lower following comments from Chinese President Xi Jinping during Chinese Communist Party centenary celebrations.
- Cricut, Inc. CRCT dropped 14.8% to close at $35.08.
- Cerevel Therapeutics Holdings, Inc. CERE dipped 13.8% to settle at $23.13 after the company priced its previously announced underwritten public offering of 14 million shares at $25.00 per share, representing a discount of 7% from the last close price of $26.85 on Thursday.
- Digital Brands Group, Inc. DBGI fell 13.6% to close at $4.96.
- Fuwei Films (Holdings) Co., Ltd. FFHL dropped 13.4% to settle at $11.81.
- New Concept Energy, Inc. GBR fell 13.3% to settle at $5.59.
- Digital Turbine, Inc. APPS declined 12.7% to settle at $68.27.
- Smith & Wesson Brands, Inc. SWBI fell 12.5% to close at $30.96.
- Dingdong (Cayman) Limited DDL shares fell 11.5% to close at $28.81.
- POINT Biopharma Global Inc. PNT tumbled 11.5% to settle at $8.89. POINT Biopharma made its debut through a SPAC deal.
- Pop Culture Group Co Ltd CPOP shares declined 10.9% to close at $53.40. Pop Culture Group jumped around 98% on Thursday on continued volatility following Wednesday's IPO.
- Butterfly Network, Inc. BFLY fell 10.5% to close at $12.75.
- Express, Inc. EXPR dipped 9.7% to settle at $6.16.
- Trxade Health Inc MEDS shares fell 9.3% to close at $6.50. Trxade Health shares gained over 62% on Thursday after the company's Bonum Health subsidiary signed a telemedicine service distribution deal with Big Y Pharmacy.
- Krispy Kreme, Inc. DNUT dropped 8.9% to settle at $19.12. Krispy Kreme, last week, priced its IPO at $17 per share.
- Borqs Technologies Inc BRQS shares fell 5.3% to close at $1.07. Borqs Technologies shares fell 22% on Thursday possibly on profit-taking after the stock rallied roughly 50% on Wednesday.
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