33 Stocks Moving In Friday's Mid-Day Session


  • Imperial Petroleum Inc. IMPP shares jumped 126% to $2.6219. Imperial Petroleum, last month, posted Q3 revenue of $4.1 million.
  • Yoshitsu Co., Ltd TKLF shares climbed 24.6% to $3.1760 after dropping 22% on Thursday.
  • Indonesia Energy Corporation Limited INDO shares gained 18.2% to $6.96 after jumping 110% on Thursday.
  • Knightscope, Inc. KSCP climbed 16.4% to $6.88. The company, on Thursday, priced its IPO at $10 per share.
  • Provention Bio, Inc. PRVB shares rose 15.3% to $3.92 after the company announced its intent to resubmit the teplizumab BLA for the delay of clinical type 1 diabetes in at-risk individuals following its Type B pre-BLA resubmission meeting with the FDA.
  • Park City Group, Inc. PCYG surged 14.7% to $6.10.
  • Singularity Future Technology Ltd. SGLY gained 14% to $4.0841.
  • Ciner Resources LP CINR rose 13.9% to $18.57. Ciner Resources announced a quarterly distribution of $0.65 for the fourth quarter.
  • Insulet Corporation PODD surged 11.9% to $218.01 after the company announced FDA clearance of its Omnipod 5 Automated Insulin Delivery System.
  • Vaccinex, Inc. VCNX shares gained 11% to $1.0150 as the company announced private placement at $1.11 per share on Thursday.
  • Braskem S.A. BAK rose 9.1% to $18.62.
  • New Concept Energy, Inc. GBR rose 7.3% to $2.9494 after gaining over 6% on Thursday.
  • Everspin Technologies, Inc.. MRAM rose 7% to $8.54 after dropping 5% on Thursday.
  • Spectrum Pharmaceuticals, Inc.. SPPI rose 6.7% to $0.6703 after dropping around 34% on Thursday.
  • FGI Industries Ltd. FGI rose 6.7% to $3.37 after declining over 15% on Thursday. The company recently priced its IPO at $6 per share.
  • Visa Inc. V gained 6.1% to $218.63 after the company reported better-than-expected Q1 EPS and sales results.
  • Calliditas Therapeutics AB CALT gained 6% to $19.87 after the company reported commercial availability and initial sales of TARPEYO™.
  • Apple Inc. AAPL rose 3.6% to $164.90 after reporting upbeat quarterly results.

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  • Williams Industrial Services Group Inc. WLMS shares dipped 27.8% to $2.21 after the company issued weak sales forecast for FY22.
  • Qurate Retail, Inc. QRTEA fell 24.4% to $5.82. Qurate Retail said it sees preliminary Q4 retail revenue down 8% to 9%.
  • Volcon, Inc. VLCN tumbled 22.2% to $2.94. Volcon priced its underwritten public offering of 6.67 million shares of common stock at $3 per share.
  • Movano Inc. MOVE dropped 17.4% to $2.18. Movano, on Thursday, announced three new US patents.
  • Aridis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ARDS fell 16.9% to $1.67. Aridis Pharmaceuticals recently announced it received funding to evaluate inhaled monoclonal antibodies to block influenza and SARS-CoV-2 transmission.
  • Edgewise Therapeutics, Inc. EWTX tumbled 16% to $11.57.
  • DouYu International Holdings Limited DOYU dropped 15.6% to $2.1250. DouYu International shares jumped 14% on Thursday after a Reuters report claimed the company will be taken private by Tencent.
  • Innovid Corp. CTV fell 14.2% to $4.6350.
  • BT Brands, Inc. BTBD shares fell 13.8% to $2.42.
  • CITIC Capital Acquisition Corp. CCAC tumbled 12.1% to $7.84.
  • Cue Biopharma, Inc. CUE dropped 11.7% to $7.05. Early data from a trial evaluating Cue Biopharma’s CUE-101 combined with Merck & Co’s Keytruda (pembrolizumab) demonstrated that two out of four patients in dose-escalation cohorts had partial responses.
  • Weave Communications, Inc. WEAV shares declined 10.4% to $8.13.
  • Sidus Space, Inc. SIDU fell 7% to $10.05 after surging more than 31% on Thursday.
  • Western Digital Corporation WDC shares fell 6.6% to $50.30. Western Digital posted upbeat earnings and sales results for its second quarter, but issued a weak forecast. Western Digital named Wissam Jabre as its CFO.
  • V.F. Corporation VFC dropped 6.6% to $62.91 following Q3 results.

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