34 Stocks Moving In Wednesday's Mid-Day Session



  • Datasea Inc. DTSS climbed 85% to $5.42. Datasea’s subsidiary Shuhai Zhangxun Information Technology Co., Ltd inked six purchase and distribution agreements to provide 5G Message-marketing Cloud Platform (5G MMCP) Version 3.0 and further enhanced product availability nationwide in China by adding new district partners..
  • SGOCO Group, Ltd. SGOC shares jumped 70% to $16.22. SGOCO Group regained compliance with Nasdaq's listing standards on July 12 by filing its FY20 20-F.
  • Wilhelmina International, Inc.. WHLM shares gained 51.4% to $7.48.
  • Energous Corporation WATT jumped 23% to $2.88. Energous announced the availability of its 5.5W Active Energy Harvesting Developer Kit.
  • Verb Technology Company, Inc. VERB surged 20.7% to $2.68. SHOP.COM and Verb announced plans to launch SHOP LIVE Live-streaming channel.
  • CorePoint Lodging Inc. CPLG surged 19.6% to $13.20. CorePoint Lodging issued Q2 business update and announced exploration of strategic alternatives.
  • Westwood Holdings Group, Inc. WHG gained 19.5% to $23.38. Wealth manager Americana Partners announced a $25 per share offer for Westwood Holdings Group, Reuters reported.
  • GBS Inc. GBS gained 18.2% to $4.34. GBS was recently awarded a $4.7 million Australian Federal Government scientific grant to manufacture biosensor technology.
  • Oxbridge Re Holdings Limited OXBR shares rose 14% to $3.8188 after Custodian Ventures disclosed a 9.9% active stake in the company.
  • Creatd, Inc. CRTD gained 13.4% to $5.22 after dropping 18% on Tuesday.
  • Compass Minerals International, Inc. CMP jumped 13% to $68.29 after the company announced it identified approximately 2.4 million metric tons of sustainable lithium resource. CL King upgraded Compass Minerals Intl from Neutral to Buy and announced a $75 price target.
  • Kura Sushi USA, Inc. KRUS gained 10.9% to $42.81 after the company reported third-quarter sales growth of 557% year-on-year to $18.47 million, beating the consensus of $15.49 million.
  • Peabody Energy Corporation BTU jumped 9.4% to $11.31.
  • Jefferies Financial Group Inc. JEF gained 8.9% to $34.75. Jefferies and SMBC announced alliance to 'collaborate on future corporate and investment banking business opportunities.'
  • Ashford Hospitality Trust, Inc. AHT shares rose 6% to $2.0550 after declining 12% on Tuesday. Ashford Hospitality Trust recently announced preliminary Q2 RevPAR results.

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  • Allied Healthcare Products, Inc. AHPI shares dipped 33% to $6.07 after jumping around 130% on Tuesday.
  • Allena Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ALNA dipped 30% to $0.9736 after jumping 14% on Tuesday. Allena Pharmaceuticals recently provided progress updates on its ALLN-346 and reloxaliase (ALLN-177) clinical programs.
  • Unicycive Therapeutics, Inc. UNCY fell 26.8% to $4.28. Unicycive Therapeutics surged 17% on Tuesday as the company priced its IPO at $5 a share.
  • SCWorx Corp. WORX shares dipped 22% to $2.4776 after jumping around 20% on Tuesday.
  • Glaukos Corporation GKOS dropped 21% to $58.22 after William Blair downgraded the stock from Outperform to Market Perform. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued its fiscal 2022 proposed physician fee schedule, which included two combined Category I cataract plus stent procedure codes.
  • Antelope Enterprise Holdings Limited AEHL tumbled 20.8% to $3.1614.
  • Baosheng Media Group Holdings Limited BAOS fell 16.7% to $2.9650.
  • IMARA Inc. IMRA fell 16.1% to $5.95 after the company priced its previously announced underwritten public offering of shares at $6.00 per share for gross proceeds of $50 million..
  • Moving iMage Technologies, Inc. MITQ tumbled 15.1% to $6.11. Moving iMage Technologies recently priced its initial public offering of 4.2 million common shares at $3 per share.
  • Sonoma Pharmaceuticals, Inc. SNOA dropped 15% to $7.54 after gaining 25% on Tuesday.
  • Clene Inc. CLNN dipped 14.8% to $11.57.
  • Aspen Group, Inc. ASPU fell 11.9% to $5.62. Aspen Group reported fourth-quarter sales growth of 35.46% year-on-year to $19.10 million, beating the consensus of $18.51 million. However, net loss per share came in at $0.09.
  • Xenetic Biosciences, Inc. XBIO shares fell 11.8% to $2.17 after gaining over 21% on Tuesday.
  • Integrated Media Technology Limited IMTE fell 10.2% to $3.96. Integrated Media Technology recently inked agreements with three accredited investors to raise $2.8 million from the sale of 888,888 shares at $3.15 per share.
  • ZIVO Bioscience, Inc. ZIVO dipped 9.3% to $3.99.
  • Cemtrex, Inc. CETX fell 8.8% to $1.66 after dropping 7% on Tuesday. The company, last month, reported Q2 results.
  • LeMaitre Vascular, Inc. LMAT dipped 8.1% to $55.17 as the company announced preliminary Q2 2021 results and sees net sales of $40.7 million compared to an estimated $37.9 million, up 64%Y/Y on a reported basis and +35% organically. Concurrently, the Company also priced underwritten public offering of 1 million shares at $54.50 per share, with gross proceeds of approximately $54.5 million.
  • Stable Road Acquisition Corp. SRAC fell 7.6% to $10.98. Traders circulated early Tuesday morning SEC press release titled 'SEC Charges SPAC, Sponsor, Merger Target, and CEOs for Misleading Disclosures Ahead of Proposed Business Combination.'
  • Nine Energy Service, Inc. NINE shares fell 5.3% to $3.12. Nine Energy Service is scheduled to host its Q2 earnings conference call on Thursday, August 5, 2021.
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