Why Tricida Shares Dipped Around 95%; Here Are 73 Biggest Movers From Yesterday

Why Tricida Shares Dipped Around 95%; Here Are 73 Biggest Movers From Yesterday

Gainers

  • Applied Genetic Technologies Corporation AGTC climbed 62.4% to close at $0.39. Syncona disclosed that it will acquire Applied Genetic Technologies Corporation.
  • Vaxcyte, Inc. PCVX shares surged 60.4% to close at $33.00 on Monday after the company announced positive topline results from the Phase 1/2 clinical proof-of-concept study evaluating the safety, tolerability and immunogenicity of VAX-24.
  • Mullen Automotive, Inc. MULN climbed 32.9% to close at $0.50 after the company announced it has secured exclusive sales, distribution and branding rights to the I-GO, which is fully EU Standard homologated and certified for sale in select European markets.
  • Cyclerion Therapeutics, Inc. CYCN climbed 24.8% to close at $0.4741.
  • Motus GI Holdings, Inc. MOTS climbed 23.1% to close at $1.97 after the company announced clinical data for Pure-Vu EVS in three poster presentations at the American College of Gastroenterology 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting.
  • KULR Technology Group, Inc. KULR gained 22.7% to close at $1.84.
  • Novonix Limited NVX climbed 22.1% to close at $7.57. NOVONIX was recently selected for $150 million grant from U.S. Department of Energy.
  • SOBR Safe, Inc. SOBR gained 21.1% to close at $3.90.
  • BYND Cannasoft Enterprises Inc. BCAN gained 20.6% to close at $2.8945. BYND Cannasoft Enterprises entered into a consulting service with Matrix Medika, a developer of medical systems specialized in assisting companies in obtaining regulatory approval for medical devices under development.
  • Dermata Therapeutics, Inc. DRMA jumped 18.1% to close at $0.77.
  • NeuroOne Medical Technologies Corporation NMTC jumped 17.4% to close at $1.69.
  • uCloudlink Group Inc. UCL surged 17% to close at $0.8070.
  • EpicQuest Education Group International Limited EEIQ gained 16.7% to close at $1.14.
  • Avis Budget Group, Inc. CAR gained 16.6% to close at $220.83 after analysts at JP Morgan upgraded their rating of the stock from Neutral to Overweight.
  • Sutro Biopharma, Inc. STRO rose 14.7% to close at $6.47.
  • ASAP, Inc. WTRH shares gained 13.2% to close at $0.16. ASAP.com recently launched home & office delivery in New York City.
  • Helbiz, Inc. HLBZ jumped 12.7% to close at $0.31.
  • Eve Holding, Inc. EVEX gained 11.9% to close at $10.95.
  • Scholastic Corporation SCHL shares gained 10.4% to close at $37.13 after the company announced an up to $75 million buyback through a modified "Dutch Auction" tender offer.
  • NantHealth, Inc. NH jumped 10.3% to close at $0.3612.
  • Marathon Digital Holdings, Inc. MARA gained 10.3% to close at $12.90.
  • Covenant Logistics Group, Inc. CVLG climbed 9.4% to close at $36.86. Stephens & Co. maintained Covenant Logistics with an Equal-Weight and raised the price target from $35 to $40.
  • Myovant Sciences Ltd. MYOV shares rose 9.2% to close at $26.79 after the company agreed to be acquired by Japanese pharmaceutical company Sumitomo Pharma’s unit Sumitovant Biopharma in a $1.7 billion deal.
  • Pearson plc PSO rose 8.9% to close at $10.85.
  • Snap Inc. SNAP surged 7.1% to close at $8.31, potentially rebounding following recent weakness after the company reported Q3 financial results.


Losers

  • Tricida, Inc. TCDA shares tumbled 94.5% to close at $0.6002 on Monday after the company announced its VALOR-CKD trial did not meet its primary endpoint.
  • Alfi, Inc. ALF dipped 54.3% to close at $0.1111.
  • Huadi International Group Co., Ltd. HUDI dropped 44% to close at $33.00 after surging over 89% on Friday.
  • Starry Group Holdings, Inc. STRY fell 40.6% to close at $0.5046.
  • Accelerate Diagnostics, Inc. AXDX fell 39.2% to settle at $0.9671 after the FDA clarified to the company that it must obtain a 510(k) clearance in order to continue marketing and distributing the Accelerate Arc Products in the United States.
  • Soluna Holdings, Inc. SLNH dipped 33.3% to close at $1.20 after the company reported pricing of $2 million underwritten public offering of common stock.
  • Missfresh Limited MF fell 33% to close at $1.69 after gaining around 58% on Friday.
  • PhaseBio Pharmaceuticals, Inc. PHAS dropped 28.9% to close at $0.1409. PhaseBio Pharmaceuticals elected to file a voluntary petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.
  • AppTech Payments Corp. APCX declined 27.7% to close at $0.6401 after the company announced the launch of its Commerse Experiences-as-a-Service platform.
  • Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc. ASTI fell 25.3% to close at $3.42.
  • Altamira Therapeutics Ltd. CYTO dropped 25% to close at $0.39. Altamira Therapeutics announced a 20-for-1 reverse stock split.
  • Pinduoduo Inc. PDD shares dropped 24.6% to close at $44.46. U.S.-listed Chinese stocks dipped on Monday amid fears over President Xi Jinping maintaining dominance following the weeklong Party Congress that concluded on Saturday.
  • Statera Biopharma, Inc. STAB fell 24.3% to close at $0.1256.
  • LightInTheBox Holding Co., Ltd. LITB dropped 23.9% to close at $ .7367.
  • iHuman Inc. IH dropped 23.3% to close at $1.45.
  • Kanzhun Limited BZ fell 22.7% to close at $11.00. Shares of several Chinese stocks traded lower amid Chinese President Xi winning his 3rd term and selecting loyalists to the Politburo Standing Committee. Some investors are concerned about increasing private sector and tech company regulation.
  • 360 DigiTech, Inc. QFIN declined 22.6% to close at $9.71.
  • ZTO Express (Cayman) Inc. ZTO dipped 21.6% to close at $16.80.
  • VNET Group, Inc. VNET dropped 20.2% to close at $4.26. Shares of several Chinese stocks traded lower amid Chinese President Xi winning his 3rd term and selecting loyalists to the Politburo Standing Committee.
  • Zai Lab Limited ZLAB fell 19.6% to close at $23.06.
  • Agora, Inc. API shares dropped 18.7% to settle at $2.57.
  • Cricut, Inc. CRCT fell 18.7% to close at $9.76.
  • Li Auto Inc. LI fell 17.4% to close at $14.68.
  • GDS Holdings Limited GDS fell 17.4% to close at $11.88.
  • TAL Education Group TAL dropped 17.3% to close at $3.26. Shares of several Chinese stocks traded lower amid Chinese President Xi winning his 3rd term and selecting loyalists to the Politburo Standing Committee.
  • Quanergy Systems, Inc. QNGY fell 17% to close at $1.27.
  • Bilibili Inc. BILI fell 16.8% to close at $9.19. Shares of several Chinese stocks traded lower amid Chinese President Xi winning his 3rd term and selecting loyalists to the Politburo Standing Committee. Some investors are concerned about increasing private sector and tech company regulation.
  • KE Holdings Inc. BEKE fell 16.1% to close at $9.77.
  • New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. EDU fell 16% to close at $19.14.
  • NIO Inc. NIO fell 15.7% to close at $9.45.
  • Noah Holdings Limited NOAH dropped 15.4% to close at $12.06.
  • Trip.com Group Limited TCOM fell 15% to close at $20.36.
  • Dada Nexus Limited DADA fell 14.5% to close at $3.31.
  • H World Group Limited HTHT fell 14.5% to close at $25.82.
  • Chindata Group Holdings Limited CD fell 14.2% to close at $5.85.
  • Yum China Holdings, Inc. YUMC fell 14% to close at $38.84. Yum China announced the effectiveness of the company's voluntary conversion of its secondary listing status to a primary listing status on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (HKEX).
  • JD.com, Inc. JD shares fell 13% to close at $36.66. Shares of several Chinese stocks traded lower amid Chinese President Xi winning his 3rd term and selecting loyalists to the Politburo Standing Committee. Some investors are concerned about increasing private sector and tech company regulation.
  • Baidu, Inc. BIDU fell 12.6% to close at $79.75. Shares of several Chinese stocks traded lower amid Chinese President Xi winning his 3rd term and selecting loyalists to the Politburo Standing Committee.
  • Alibaba Group Holding Limited BABA fell 12.5% to close at $63.15.
  • XPeng Inc. XPEV shares fell 11.9% to close at $7.16. U.S.-listed Chinese stocks dipped on Monday amid fears over President Xi Jinping maintaining dominance following the weeklong Party Congress that concluded on Saturday.
  • Las Vegas Sands Corp. LVS fell 10.3% to close at $35.05 amid COVID restrictions in Guangzhou which is geographically close to the company's operations in Macao.
  • NetEase, Inc NTES fell 9.9% to close at $56.28.
  • Autohome Inc. ATHM fell 9.6% to close at $25.56.
  • JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. JKS fell 9% to close at $41.06.
  • Tupperware Brands Corporation TUP fell 8.5% to close at $6.53.
  • Futu Holdings Limited FUTU fell 7.9% to close at $32.18. Shares of several Chinese stocks traded lower amid Chinese President Xi winning his 3rd term and selecting loyalists to the Politburo Standing Committee. Some investors are concerned about increasing private sector and tech company regulation.
  • Vipshop Holdings Limited VIPS fell 6.3% to close at $7.04.
  • CNS Pharmaceuticals, Inc. CNSP shares fell 6.2% to close at $0.1740.

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