73 Biggest Movers From Yesterday

Gainers

  • Imperial Petroleum Inc. IMPP jumped 63.1% to close at $0.80 on Tuesday after declining around 7% on Friday.
  • Indonesia Energy Corporation Limited INDO shares surged 44.1% to close at $6.47 on Tuesday.
  • Meritor, Inc. MTOR shares climbed 43.8% to settle at $35.47. <b>Cummins Inc </b> CMI agreed to acquire electric powertrain solutions provider Meritor for about $3.7 billion, including assumed debt and net of acquired cash.
  • China Natural Resources, Inc. CHNR surged 27.4% to close at $0.7901.
  • Paltalk, Inc. PALT rose 26.1% to close at $3.96.
  • Ocugen, Inc. OCGN gained 22.3% to close at $4.23. The FDA has lifted its clinical hold on Ocugen’s investigational new drug application seeking approval to conduct testing of the COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin in the U.S.
  • Arteris, Inc. AIP climbed 19% to close at $17.83. Arteris is expected release its financial results for the fourth quarter on Thursday, March 3, 2022.
  • SeaChange International, Inc. SEAC rose 18.9% to settle at $1.26.
  • Riley Exploration Permian, Inc. REPX climbed 18% to close at $28.66 after Truist Securities maintained a Buy rating on the stock and raised its price target from $50 to $55.
  • Vallon Pharmaceuticals, Inc. VLON gained 16.6% to settle at $7.64. Vallon Pharmaceuticals recently reported FY21 net loss of $9.3 million.
  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company HMHC rose 15.3% to close at $20.90 after the company announced it will be acquired by Veritas Capital.
  • Vivos Therapeutics, Inc. VVOS gained 14.9% to close at $3.39.
  • 89bio, Inc. ETNB jumped 14.8% to close at $4.88.
  • Datasea Inc. DTSS gained 14.8% to settle at $2.64.
  • Guardforce AI Co., Limited GFAI rose 14.3% to close at $0.4332 after EF Hutton initiated coverage on the stock with a Buy rating and a $2 price target.
  • Esperion Therapeutics, Inc. ESPR climbed 13.5% to close at $4.36 after the company reported better-than-expected Q4 EPS and sales results.
  • Amylyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. AMLX climbed 13.2% to settle at $29.98.
  • IronNet, Inc. IRNT rose 12.5% to close at $4.15.
  • Reading International, Inc. RDIB surged 12.3% to close at $21.55.
  • Privia Health Group, Inc. PRVA gained 12.3% to close at $25.08 after Cowen & Co. upgraded the stock from Market Perform to Outperform and announced a $35 price target.
  • Digital World Acquisition Corp. DWAC rose 10.2% to close at $92.90 after Trump's new social media app Truth Social launched on Apple’s App Store on Sunday. Digital World Acquisition is the SPAC partner of former President Donald Trump’s social media startup.
  • Nuvectis Pharma, Inc. NVCT gained 8.5% to close at $6.36 as the company disclosed positive data for NXP900 in Triple Negative Breast Cancer preclinical models with an Integrin-Linked Kinase loss.
  • Healthcare Capital Corp.  HCCC shares rose 6.9% to close at $10.77.
  • BRC Inc. BRCC rose 6.4% to close at $19.99 after gaining around 4% on Friday.

 

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Losers

  • Color Star Technology Co., Ltd. CSCW shares tumbled 55.2% to settle at $0.2310 on Tuesday after the company announced entry into an agreement for a registered direct placement of approximately $10 million ordinary shares and warrants.
  • Dogness (International) Corporation DOGZ dipped 40.8% to close at $2.53 on Tuesday after the company reported entry into agreement for registered direct offering of approximately $5.66 million of class A common shares.
  • Zosano Pharma Corporation ZSAN shares declined 39.8% to close at $0.13. Zosano Pharma recently announced pricing of a $15.4 million public offering of common stock and warrants.
  • Homology Medicines, Inc. FIXX dropped 32.6% to close at $2.60. The FDA placed a clinical hold on Homology Medicines’ pheNIX gene therapy trial of HMI-102 from the FDA. An official clinical hold letter is expected within 30 days.
  • Allarity Therapeutics, Inc. ALLR shares fell 30.6% to settle at $4.5650. The FDA provided Allarity Therapeutics with a Refusal to File (RTF) letter for a marketing application for dovitinib for the third-line treatment of metastatic renal cell carcinoma (mRCC).
  • Karyopharm Therapeutics Inc. KPTI fell 28.4% to close at $10.29 after the company announced changes to its clinical leadership team.
  • Sidus Space, Inc. SIDU fell 24.4% to close at $4.98.
  • G Medical Innovations Holdings Ltd GMVD fell 23.4% to close at $2.06.
  • FAT Brands Inc. FAT dipped 22.8% to close at $8.14 after the company said it would be reporting in its 10-K that the SEC has opened investigations relating to the company and CEO Andrew Wiederhorn.
  • Senmiao Technology Limited AIHS dropped 22.8% to close at $0.22. The company recently released Q3 results.
  • Kidpik Corp. PIK fell 22.3% to close at $3.00.
  • Focus Universal Inc. FCUV fell 22.1% to close at $9.18.
  • Cepton, Inc. CPTN dropped 20% to close at $14.40 mid a continued selloff following last week's surge.
  • Tempur Sealy International, Inc. TPX fell 19.4% to close at $30.14 after the company reported worse-than-expected Q4 EPS and sales results.
  • China Online Education Group COE dropped 19.3% to settle at $1.34.
  • BEST Inc. BEST fell 18.6% to close at $0.7901.
  • GBS Inc. GBS dipped 18.4% to settle at $0.4302.
  • Inspirato Incorporated ISPO fell 18.2% to settle at $37.64 after dipping 50% on Friday.
  • Cian PLC CIAN fell 17.2% to close at $6.51.
  • Belpointe PREP, LLC OZ fell 17% to close at $78.09.
  • Communications Systems, Inc. JCS fell 17% to close at $2.10.
  • HealthStream, Inc. HSTM dropped 17% to settle at $19.76 after the company reported Q4 earnings results.
  • Biodesix, Inc. BDSX fell 17% to close at $2.63. Biodesix recently announced preliminary Q4 sales of $6.8 million.
  • LAIX Inc. LAIX dipped 16.8% to settle at $0.4914.
  • View, Inc. VIEW fell 16.6% to close at $2.3350.
  • Anghami Inc. ANGH shares fell 16.2% to close at $13.70 after dipping 43% on Friday.
  • Volcon, Inc. VLCN dropped 16% to close at $2.21.
  • Quanergy Systems, Inc. QNGY shares fell 15.6% to close at $3.15 after tumbling 11% on Friday.
  • Brilliant Earth Group, Inc. BRLT dropped 15.5% to settle at $9.69.
  • TC Biopharm (Holdings) Plc TCBP fell 15.4% to close at $1.21.
  • GreenLight Biosciences Holdings GRNA fell 15.1% to settle at $5.58.
  • Hycroft Mining Holding Corporation HYMC fell 15.1% to close at $0.2971. Hycroft reported preliminary FY21 operating results.
  • USA Truck, Inc. USAK fell 14.8% to close at $22.59. The company recently posted upbeat quarterly earnings.
  • Maris-Tech Ltd. MTEK dipped 14.5% to close at $1.94.
  • Alpine Immune Sciences, Inc. ALPN fell 14.3% to close at $6.41.
  • Mechel PAO MTL shares fell 14.1% to settle at $3.10 after declining around 8% on Friday.
  • Diebold Nixdorf, Incorporated DBD shares slipped 14.1% to close at $7.96.
  • RLX Technology Inc. RLX dropped 14.1% to close at $2.99.
  • Markforged Holding Corporation MKFG dipped 12.7% to close at $3.98.
  • Yandex N.V. YNDX fell 11.9% to close at $39.42. Yandex recently reported fourth-quarter FY21 revenue growth of 54% year-on-year to $1.485 billion.
  • Meten Holding Group Ltd. METX shares declined 9.2% to close at $0.1854.
  • Creative Realities, Inc. CREX fell 8.6% to close at $1.06. Creative Realities recently finalized merger with Reflect Systems.
  • Team, Inc. TISI fell 8.4% to close at $0.9345 after dipping 12% on Friday. Team recently revealed a series of transactions in its effort to refinance capital structure.
  • Twin Vee Powercats Co. VEEE dropped 7.9% to close at $3.2339.
  • LiveOne, Inc. LVO fell 7.7% to close at $0.8284. LiveOne’s CEO and Chairman Robert S Ellin recently acquired a total of 25,000 shares at an average price of $0.94.
  • Ozon Holdings PLC OZON fell 7.4% to close at $17.54 after declining 8% on Friday.
  • QIWI plc QIWI fell 6.5% to close at $6.76.
  • Modular Medical, Inc. MODD shares fell 5.3% to close at $2.85. Modular Medical recently reported pricing of $15 million public offering and uplisting to the Nasdaq Capital Market.
  • Tesla, Inc. TSLA dropped 4.1% to settle at $821.53 from pressure in the overall market as investors weighed the potential economic impacts from rising Russia-Ukraine tensions. Tesla, meanwhile, continues to add numerous Supercharger locations across the country.

 

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