47 Biggest Movers From Yesterday

Gainers

  • Nuvectis Pharma, Inc. NVCT shares surged 144.6% to close at $7.95 on Monday. The company, on Friday, priced its IPO at $5 per share.
  • Anghami Inc. ANGH shares climbed 62.5% to close at $19.50 following its recent listing on NASDAQ.
  • Kaival Brands Innovations Group, Inc. KAVL surged 51.4% to settle at $1.62. Kaival Brands Innovations recently announced the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has granted a judicial stay of the marketing denial order previously issued by the FDA to Bidi Vapor in September 2021.
  • Origin Agritech Limited SEED gained 34.5% to settle at $6.39 after the company said it expects FY22 sales to exceed RMB150 million.
  • Bakkt Holdings, Inc. BKKT shares jumped 34% to close at $5.80.
  • Luokung Technology Corp. LKCO gained 24.3% to close at $0.63. Luokung recently announced the receipt of Nasdaq notification regarding minimum bid price deficiency.
  • Navidea Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. NAVB surged 23.2% to settle at $0.8870 after the company announced a research agreement with the University of Pennsylvania evaluating Tc99m tilmanocept as a prognostic marker for glioblastoma.
  • Peloton Interactive, Inc. PTON gained 20.9% to close at $29.75 following a report from the Wall Street Journal that e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc AMZN has approached the connected fitness company about a potential acquisition.
  • Castor Maritime Inc. CTRM jumped 20.3% to close at $1.4550 after the company reported Q4 EPS results up from last year.
  • Synthetic Biologics, Inc. SYN surged 20% to settle at $0.2845.
  • CF Acquisition Corp. VI CFVI rose 18.2% to close at $15.09 following reports the company's merger partner Rumble has offered Joe Rogan $100 million over four years to join its platform.
  • ContraFect Corporation CFRX surged 18.2% to settle at $3.25. WBB Securities recently upgraded ContraFect from Speculative Buy to Buy and announced a $6.5 price target.
  • Codex DNA, Inc. DNAY climbed 17.7% to settle at $8.96.
  • Lion Group Holding Ltd. LGHL gained 17.5% to close at $0.9752.
  • Spirit Airlines, Inc. SAVE climbed 17.2% to close at $25.46 after the company announced a merger agreement with Frontier Group. The company also reported better-than-expected Q4 EPS and sales results.
  • IceCure Medical Ltd ICCM shares gained 17% to settle at $3.31. IceCure Medical recently said it sees preliminary FY21 revenues of $4.1 million.
  • Iris Energy Limited IREN surged 16.8% to close at $15.36.
  • Phunware, Inc. PHUN gained 16.5% to close at $2.96 after the company announced a strategic political partnership with Campaign Nucleus.
  • Motorsport Games Inc. MSGM surged 16.5% to close at $4.10.
  • Catalyst Pharmaceuticals, Inc. CPRX gained 16.2% to settle at $6.54. Catalyst Pharmaceuticals anticipates Q4 FY21 sales of approximately $38 million (consensus of $38.09 million), up roughly 24% Y/Y.
  • Express, Inc. EXPR rose 14.6% to close at $3.93.
  • NLS Pharmaceutics AG NLSP gained 14.5% to settle at $1.04 after the Company announced to present interim topline data from its Phase 2a trial evaluating its lead product candidate, Quilience (Mazindol ER), for narcolepsy at World Sleep Congress 2022.
  • Elevate Credit, Inc. ELVT gained 13% to close at $3.47. Elevate is expected to report Q4 earnings on February 15, 2022.
  • Tyson Foods, Inc. TSN gained 12.2% to close at $99.09 after the company reported better-than-expected Q1 EPS and sales results.
  • Singularity Future Technology Ltd. SGLY gained 11% to settle at $6.08.
  • Hut 8 Mining Corp. HUT climbed 10.6% to close at $7.18 after jumping 12% on Friday.
  • Senseonics Holdings, Inc. SENS climbed 10.5% to close at $3.70. The company recently reiterated FY21 guidance.
  • Bitfarms Ltd. BITF climbed 8.9% to close at $4.15 after jumping around 12% on Friday.
  • ON Semiconductor Corporation ON climbed 8.4% to settle at $62.26 after the company reported better-than-expected Q4 EPS and sales results. The company also issued Q1 EPS and sales guidance above analyst estimates.


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Losers

  • Dermata Therapeutics, Inc. DRMA shares dipped 34.7% to close at $1.45 on Monday. Dermata Therapeutics has requested the FDA to waive the requirements to complete a 90-day dermal minipig study and a standard dermal pharmacokinetics study before the End of Phase 2 meeting for its DMT310 acne program.
  • Cerence Inc. CRNC fell 31.4% to close at $43.61 after the company issued Q2 sales guidance below estimates and lowered FY22 sales guidance below estimates. The company also said CFO Mark Gallenberger will retire effective March 11, 2022.
  • American Rebel Holdings, Inc. AREB shares dipped 26.3% to close at $2.21. American Rebel Holdings reported pricing of $10.5 million public offering.
  • Nisun International Enterprise Development Group Co., Ltd NISN fell 25.3% to close at $1.09.
  • Statera Biopharma, Inc. STAB shares fell 24.3% to close at $1.03 after the company reported pricing of $2.0 million registered direct offering.
  • BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust BPT fell 19.7% to close at $8.45.
  • Volcon, Inc. VLCN dipped 16.6% to close at $2.26.
  • Insignia Systems, Inc. ISIG dropped 16.5% to close at $11.70.
  • Society Pass Incorporated SOPA fell 16.1% to close at $2.23.
  • Indonesia Energy Corporation Limited INDO shares fell 14.7% to close at $4.30 after jumping 30% on Friday.
  • Cyngn Inc. CYN dipped 13.9% to settle at $1.48.
  • Astra Space, Inc. ASTR fell 13.7% to close at $4.60. Astra Space launch aborted around engine startup, according to NASA.
  • Reliance Global Group, Inc. RELI fell 13.3% to close at $3.91.
  • Mullen Automotive, Inc. MULN dropped 13.2% to close at $2.23. Mullen Automotive announced receipt of $4 million in funding over the past week.
  • TD Holdings, Inc. GLG fell 12.8% to settle at $0.2701.
  • Knightscope, Inc. KSCP dropped 12.5% to close at $7.88.
  • Amylyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. AMLX fell 12% to close at $19.82.
  • Alibaba Group Holding Limited BABA shares fell 6.1% to close at $114.82 after the company filed in the U.S. to register one billion new American Depositary Shares (ADS). Each ADS represents eight ordinary shares of the Chinese e-commerce giant.

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