Why Boston Beer Shares Are Trading Higher? Here Are 52 Stocks Moving In Friday's Mid-Day Session

Why Boston Beer Shares Are Trading Higher? Here Are 52 Stocks Moving In Friday's Mid-Day Session

Gainers

  • Altamira Therapeutics Ltd. CYTO surged 67% to $0.5484 after the company announced divestiture of its inner ear development assets.
  • Biotricity, Inc. BTCY gained 26.3% to $1.20.
  • Snow Lake Resources Ltd. LITM surged 26.3% to $2.59.
  • Amprius Technologies, Inc. AMPX jumped 22.8% to $11.60. Amprius Technologies was awarded a $50 million cost-sharing grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Manufacturing and Energy Supply Chains.
  • Rockley Photonics Holdings Limited RKLY gained 20.5% to $0.6287.
  • Veris Residential, Inc. VRE climbed 20.2% to $14.93 after Kushner Companies made an offer to acquire the company for $16 per share.
  • Huadi International Group Co., Ltd. HUDI surged 19.3% to $37.14.
  • Kaleyra, Inc. KLR gained 18.9% to $0.8205.
  • Enservco Corporation ENSV surged 18.3% to $1.74.
  • Intelligent Living Application Group Inc. ILAG gained 17.1% to $2.7518.
  • The Boston Beer Company, Inc. SAM surged 16.8% to $392.48 after the company reported better-than-expected Q3 adjusted EPS and sales results
  • uCloudlink Group Inc. UCL gained 13.8% to $0.6801.
  • Super League Gaming, Inc. SLGG surged 13.5% to $0.7040.
  • Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. HA shares climbed 12.3% to $15.81. Hawaiian Airlines announced an agreement with Amazon to operate freighter aircraft.
  • Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust PEI gained 12.2% to $2.9750.
  • FedNat Holding Company FNHC rose 11.2% to $0.6219 after dipping over 8% on Thursday.
  • Novavax, Inc. NVAX climbed 11.1% to $19.09 in sympathy with Pfizer, which is reportedly thinking about increasing the price for COVID-19 boosters.
  • Piedmont Lithium Inc. PLL gained 11% to $59.46.
  • BioNTech SE BNTX gained 9.9% to $130.18 following reports suggesting vaccine makers could possibly raise the prices of COVID-19 shots.
  • Moderna, Inc. MRNA jumped 9.8% to $130.05 after SVB Leerink upgraded the stock from Underperform to Market Perform and raised the price target from $74 to $101.
  • Energy Focus, Inc EFOI shares gained 9.1% to $0.4399. Energy Focus, last month, named Lesley Matt as CEO.
  • Schlumberger Limited SLB surged 8.9% to $49.77 following upbeat quarterly earnings.
  • Calliditas Therapeutics AB CALT rose 8.3% to $12.45 after dipping 15% on Thursday.
  • Huntington Bancshares Incorporated HBAN surged 8.2% to $14.28 after the company reported better-than-expected Q3 EPS results.
  • Statera Biopharma, Inc. STAB gained 7.6% to $0.1649. Statera Biopharma recently signed a binding Memorandum of Understanding with Holobeam Technologies Inc.


Losers

  • Immunic, Inc. IMUX shares dipped 75.3% to $2.2750 after the company reported the pre-planned Phase 1b interim analysis of IMU-935 in psoriasis patients was confounded by a high placebo rate. Two active arms did not separate from the placebo.
  • NextPlay Technologies, Inc. NXTP declined 30% to $0.2898. NextPlay Technologies recently announced its NextFintech division received commitment for a $15 million strategic investment.
  • Tenet Healthcare Corporation THC dipped 30.4% to $37.78 after the company reported worse-than-expected Q3 sales results and issued Q4 and FY22 adjusted EPS and sales guidance below estimates.
  • Snap Inc. SNAP dropped 30.3% to $7.53 following Q3 results. The company said it will not provide Q4 expectations due to uncertainties in the operating environment but believes it is likely that year-over-year revenue growth will decelerate as it moves through Q4. The company also said total time spend watching content in the US decreased 5% year over year.
  • Kala Pharmaceuticals, Inc. KALA fell 23.5% to $7.65. Kala Pharmaceuticals announced a 1-for-50 reverse stock split.
  • Sientra, Inc. SIEN fell 23.3% to $0.3027. Sientra recently announced a proposed public offering.
  • Kalera Public Limited Company KAL dropped 22.3% to $0.3184.
  • SenesTech, Inc. SNES shares fell 21.8% to $0.2191 after declining around 18% on Thursday.
  • Reviva Pharmaceuticals Holdings, Inc. RVPH dipped 21.3% to $3.0950.
  • SVB Financial Group SIVB fell 20.5% to $240.49 after reporting Q3 earnings.
  • Starry Group Holdings, Inc. STRY declined 20% to $0.8805. Starry announced a 50% workforce reduction and withdrew FY22 guidance.
  • SVB Financial Group SIVB dropped 19.8% to $242.57 after the company reported Q3 earnings results. Following earnings, multiple firms downgraded the stock.
  • COMSovereign Holding Corp. COMS declined 19.6% to $0.0807.
  • Quanergy Systems, Inc. QNGY fell 19% to $1.53.
  • 9 Meters Biopharma, Inc. NMTR declined 18.2% to $2.2006.
  • Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc. ASTI dropped 18% to $4.1947.
  • Community Health Systems, Inc. CYH dipped 15.3% to $2.0150.
  • Bit Origin Ltd BTOG fell 15% to $0.2720.
  • Katapult Holdings, Inc. KPLT dropped 14.3% to $0.9430.
  • NLS Pharmaceutics AG NLSP dipped 13.7% to $0.47.
  • Surgery Partners, Inc. SGRY dropped 12.6% to $22.97.
  • Robert Half International Inc. RHI shares fell 10.1% to $71.78 after reporting downbeat Q3 earnings.
  • Zovio Inc ZVO fell 9.2% to $0.1772 after declining 7% on Thursday.
  • HCA Healthcare, Inc. HCA dropped 9.2% to $189.50 after the company reported worse-than-expected Q3 sales results.
  • Select Medical Holdings Corporation SEM declined 8.3% to $21.62.
  • Pinterest, Inc. PINS fell 7.1% to $21.35 in sympathy with Snap, which gave an uncertain fourth-quarter outlook.
  • Twitter, Inc. TWTR shares fell 4.3% to $50.18. The U.S. is reportedly discussing the possibility of subjecting Elon Musk’s companies to national security reviews. Musk has also been locked in a battle over buying Twitter. The U.S. government is reportedly unhappy with the billionaire mobilizing financing from foreign high-net-worth individuals to consummate the deal.
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