W. R. Berkley, Autoliv, Glacier Bancorp And Other Big Stocks Moving Lower On Friday


U.S. stocks traded lower, with the Dow Jones dropping around 50 points on Friday. Here are some big stocks recording losses in today’s session.

  • U Power Limited UCAR shares fell 55% to $19.41 amid post-IPO volatility. U Power priced its 2,416,667 share IPO at $6 per share.
  • Peakstone Realty Trust PKST fell 16.4% to $30.78.
  • Asure Software, Inc. ASUR dropped 15.3% to $14.13.
  • Kingsoft Cloud Holdings Limited KC fell 14% to $6.34.
  • Orbital Infrastructure Group, Inc. OIG dropped 11.6% to $2.1559.
  • ThredUp Inc. TDUP fell 10.7% to $2.7850.
  • W. R. Berkley Corporation WRB dipped 10.5% to $56.69 after the company reported mixed Q1 results.
  • 374Water, Inc. SCWO declined 10.2% to $3.2850.
  • Everbridge, Inc. EVBG shares tumbled 9.6% to $27.45 after Stephens & Co downgraded the stock from Overweight to Equal-Weight and lowered its price target from $41 to $34.
  • Livent Corporation LTHM dropped 8.5% to $19.99. Lithium stocks traded lower Friday after Chilean President Gabriel Boric shared plans to nationalize the country's lithium industry and create a separate state-owned company to produce the metal used to make electric vehicle batteries.
  • PC Connection, Inc. CNXN fell 8.3% to $39.15.
  • Gaotu Techedu Inc. GOTU dropped 8.1% to $3.3550.
  • Xometry, Inc. XMTR declined 7.6% to $13.69.
  • Glacier Bancorp, Inc. GBCI shares dropped 7.3% to $35.55 after the company reported worse-than-expected Q1 EPS and sales results.
  • Cipher Mining Inc. CIFR fell 7.3% to $2.17.
  • Autoliv, Inc. ALV dropped 5% to $87.39 after the company reported mixed Q1 financial results and issued guidance.


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