54 Biggest Movers From Friday

54 Biggest Movers From Friday

Gainers

 

  • Biomerica, Inc. BMRA shares surged 38% to close at $6.21 on Friday. Biomerica entered into a Supplier Agreement with Walmart to sell its EZ Detect colorectal disease screening test within the Walmart retail system.
  • Exscientia Limited EXAI rose 23.2% to settle at $27.10 after the company priced its IPO at $22 per ADS.
  • First Watch Restaurant Group, Inc. FWRG gained 22.9% to close at $22.13 after pricing its IPO at $18 a share.
  • Atea Pharmaceuticals, Inc. AVIR rose 19.8% to close at $42.01 following data from Merck & Co's investigational oral antiviral molnupiravir, which boosted sentiment for Atea Pharmaceutical's AT-527, an oral antiviral drug candidate.
  • ENGlobal Corporation ENG surged 19.1% to settle at $3.18.
  • Vicinity Motor Corp.VEV gained     18.7% to settle at $5.90. Vicinity Motor partnered with Aereus Technologies to offer its CuVerro Shield technology, an antimicrobial treatment option for high-touch areas of Vicinity vehicles.
  • Bitfarms Ltd BITF climbed 18.4% to close at $5.03 amid an increase in the price of Bitcoin and Ethereum.
  • Progenity, Inc. PROG rose 17.8% to settle at $1.79 on Friday after jumping over 40% on Thursday.
  • Silverback Therapeutics, Inc. SBTX jumped 16.9% to close at $11.67.
  • Quotient Limited QTNT surged 16.2% to settle at $2.72. Quotient reported commencement of review process of expanded immunohematology technical file dossier by European Notified Body.
  • Global Blue Group Holding AG GB gained 16.1% to close at $7.50.
  • Liberty TripAdvisor Holdings, Inc. LTRPA surged 15.8% to close at $3.58.
  • LSB Industries, Inc. LXU gained 14.9% to close at $11.73.
  • Broadwind, Inc. BWEN jumped 14.7% to settle at $2.97.
  • Ramaco Resources, Inc. METC rose 14.1% to close at $14.04.
  • Wheels Up Experience Inc. UP gained 14% to settle at $7.51. Credit Suisse analyst Stephen Ju initiated Wheels Up Experience with an Outperform rating and a price target of $14.
  • StarTek, Inc. SRT surged 13.4% to close at $6.25.
  • Navios Maritime Holdings Inc. NM gained 13% to settle at $5.39.
  • Triumph Group, Inc. TGI surged 12.5% to close at $20.95. Triumph Group’s Triumph Product Support site in Grand Prairie, Texas, recently extended a repair management agreement with MTU Maintenance as a repair services supplier for engine accessories and line replacement units (LRUs) applicable to the V2500, CFM56, CF6, and CF34 engine platforms.
  • Sono-Tek Corporation SOTK gained 12.1% to close at $4.5950.
  • Luby's, Inc. LUB climbed 11.2% to close at $4.65.
  • SunPower Corporation SPWR gained 9.7% to close at $24.87. SunPower will replace Cimarex Energy in the S&P MidCap 400 effective on Tuesday, October 5.
  • Salem Media Group, Inc. SALM gained 9.2% to close at $4.05.
  • Merck & Co., Inc. MRK gained 8.4% to settle at $81.40 after the company and Ridgeback announced investigational oral antiviral molnupiravir reduced risk of hospitalization or death by about 50% versus the placebo for patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 in Phase 3 interim analysis.
  • QuickLogic Corporation QUIK gained 8.2% to settle at $5.80. QuickLogic reported a strategic investment by current shareholders. The company said it expects Q3 revenue of $3.8 million to $3.9 million.
  • Iterum Therapeutics plc ITRM rose 7.7% to close at $0.6011 after dropping over 8% on Thursday.

 

 

Check out these big penny stock gainers and losers

Losers

 

 

  • Spire Global, Inc.. SPIR shares fell 43.3% to close at $7.10 on Friday. Spire Global, Inc. recently appointed Dr. Kevin Petty as Vice President of Weather.
  • Omeros Corporation OMER shares dipped 38.1% to close at $8.54 on Friday after the company announced the FDA notified it that they identified deficiencies that preclude discussion of labeling and post-marketing requirements/commitments at this time.
  • Adagio Therapeutics, Inc. ADGI dropped 33.8% to close at $27.98. Adagio Therapeutics recently announced new data from its COVID-19 antibody program.
  • NeuroBo Pharmaceuticals, Inc. NRBO fell 32.8% to close at $2.50 after the company announced a 4.3 million share offering at $3.25 per share.
  • Farmmi, Inc. FAMI fell 23.6% to close at $0.3536. Farmmi recently agreed to acquire all the shares of Jiangxi Xiangbo Agriculture and Forestry Development Co., Ltd (Xiangbo) for about RMB70 million.
  • Vir Biotechnology, Inc. VIR dropped 21.1% to close at $34.35 in reaction to promising data from competitor Merck's COVID-19 antiviral candidate.
  • Clarus Therapeutics Holdings, Inc. CRXT dropped 19.3% to settle at $4.30. Clarus Therapeutics filed for offer and sale of up to 19.82 million shares of common stock by selling stockholders.
  • Grom Social Enterprises, Inc. GROM fell 18.3% to close at $3.27.
  • Lordstown Motors Corp. RIDE shares fell 18.2% to close at $6.53. Lordstown Motors issued production and financial update. Foxconn will purchase $50 million of Lordstown common stock at price of $6.8983 per share.
  • IronNet, Inc.. IRNT shares fell 17.4% to settle at $14.08 after dropping 15% on Thursday.
  • Immunome, Inc. IMNM fell 17.2% to settle at $20.16. Immunome will present preclinical data on anti IL-38 antibody program at The American Association for Cancer Research NCI-EORTC International Conference on Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics.
  • IRSA Propiedades Comerciales S.A. IRCP dropped 15.3% to close at $2.50.
  • Benson Hill Inc. BHIL fell 15.2% to close at $6.05.
  • Camber Energy, Inc. CEI shares declined 14.9% to settle at $3.25 after gaining over 11% on Thursday.
  • CureVac N.V. CVAC fell 14.7% to close at $46.57 in reaction to positive data from Merck's oral antiviral molnupiravir, which reduced risk of hospitalization or death by roughly 50%.
  • Guardant Health, Inc. GH dropped 14% to settle at $107.51 following a Bloomberg report suggesting the company is exploring an acquisition of NeoGenomics.
  • Superior Drilling Products, Inc. SDPI shares declined 13.1% to close at $1.52 after jumping 60% on Thursday.
  • DatChat, Inc. DATS dropped 12.6% to close at $11.93.
  • Novavax, Inc. NVAX fell 12.4% to close at $181.60 in reaction to positive data from Merck's oral antiviral molnupiravir, which reduced risk of hospitalization or death by roughly 50%.
  • Dynavax Technologies Corporation DVAX declined 12.3% to close at $16.84 on Friday.
  • Maravai LifeSciences Holdings, Inc. MRVI fell 11.8% to settle at $43.27.
  • IonQ, Inc. IONQ dipped 11.5% to close at $9.20.
  • Moderna, Inc. MRNA dropped 11.4% to close at $341.09 in reaction to positive data from Merck's oral antiviral molnupiravir, which reduced risk of hospitalization or death by roughly 50%. Stephane Bancel, Chief Executive Officer at Moderna, made a large insider sell on September 30, according to a new SEC filing.
  • Valens Semiconductor Ltd. VLN fell 11% to settle at $6.59.
  • Lyell Immunopharma, Inc. LYEL dipped 10.2% to close at $13.29.
  • Lucira Health, Inc. LHDX dropped 9.3% to close at $6.89. Lucira Health recently appointed Tony Allen as COO.
  • BioNTech SE BNTX fell 6.7% to close at $254.79 in reaction to positive data from Merck's oral antiviral molnupiravir, which reduced risk of hospitalization or death by roughly 50%. BioNTech dosed the first patient with its individualized mRNA cancer vaccine BNT122 (autogene cevumeran, RO7198457) in Phase 2 clinical trial.
  • Alzamend Neuro, Inc. ALZN fell 6.5% to close at $2.88. Ascendiant Capital analyst Edward Woo initiated coverage on Alzamend Neuro with a Buy rating and announced price target of $8.

 

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