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Why Astra Space Shares Are Trading Lower By 22%? Here Are Other Stocks Moving In Wednesday's Mid-Day Session

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Gainers

  • Tempest Therapeutics, Inc. TPST shares jumped 1067% to $2.80 after the company released new data demonstrating superiority of TPST-1120 arm across multiple study endpoints in first-line hepatocellular carcinoma study.
  • Phio Pharmaceuticals Corp. PHIO jumped 59.5% to $2.17. Phio Pharmaceuticals presented new data for targeting of BRD4 with its INTASYLβ„’ compound PH-894.
  • Tupperware Brands Corporation TUP surged 42.5% to $2.14.
  • Wheeler Real Estate Investment Trust, Inc. WHLR gained 41.4% to $1.2586 after falling 7% on Tuesday.
  • ReTo Eco-Solutions, Inc. RETO jumped 37.3% to $0.7461.
  • Gaucho Group Holdings, Inc. VINO shares climbed 32.6% to $1.18 after falling over 12% on Tuesday. Gaucho Group announced its journey towards organic cultivation for select sections of its renowned Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards.
  • Clearmind Medicine Inc. CMND gained 28.5% to $0.1934.
  • Celularity Inc. CELU rose 26.2% to $0.25.
  • Asset Entities Inc. ASST gained 26% to $0.3870. Asset Entities recently announced it received a notice from the Nasdaq saying that it is not in compliance with the minimum bid price requirement.
  • Mangoceuticals, Inc. MGRX shares climbed 25.3% to $0.7440 after gaining 9% on Tuesday.
  • Sharecare, Inc. SHCR shares surged 22.8% to $1.1494. On Oct. 3, 2023, John Chadwick submitted a preliminary non-binding proposal to the board on behalf of Claritas Capital, related to the proposed acquisition of all of the Sharecare shares not owned by reporting persons for $1.35 to $1.80 per share in cash.
  • TC Biopharm (Holdings) Plc TCBP rose 22.6% to $0.4298.
  • voxeljet AG VJET gained 22.3% to $1.26 after the company announced it was selected for a $14.9 million contract alongside GE Research to develop advanced manufacturing technologies to enable the U.S. energy transition.
  • VOXX International Corp VOXX shares jumped 22% to $9.51 as the company reported stronger-than-expected sales for its second quarter.
  • Baudax Bio, Inc. BXRX gained 21.7% to $0.3188.
  • Origin Materials, Inc. ORGN jumped 20.3% to $1.1650. Origin Materials announced commencement of commercial-scale production at Origin 1.
  • AgileThought, Inc. AGIL rose 20% to $0.1775. On Oct. 10, 2023, The Bankruptcy Court entered an order approving AgileThought Parties’ and stalking horse buyer’s entry into agreement.
  • Ontrak, Inc. OTRK gained 18.1% to $0.8380.
  • Golden Heaven Group Holdings Ltd. GDHG gained 16% to $9.25.
  • Atreca, Inc. BCEL shares surged 14.3% to $0.24 after falling around 9% on Tuesday.
  • 5E Advanced Materials, Inc. FEAM rose 13.7% to $3.16.
  • TD Holdings, Inc. GLG climbed 13.3% to $0.1307.
  • Coffee Holding Co., Inc. JVA gained 12.8% to $0.7501.
  • Athersys, Inc. ATHX shares gained 11.7% to $0.1340, after falling 60% on Tuesday. Athersys said it intends to conduct additional data analysis with independent statisticians because the sample size in the Phase 3 MASTERS-2 is insufficiently powered to achieve the primary endpoint.
  • Elys Game Technology, Corp. ELYS climbed 10% to $0.5501. Elys Game Technology disclosed the expansion of its footprint in Washington, D.C. with the addition of a third sportsbook location, Grand Central Sportsbook on H Street.
  • Novavax, Inc. NVAX rose 9.2% to $8.06. Novavax will present study findings during two posters sessions at IDWeek 2023, October 11-15, and three oral presentations at World Vaccine Congress Europe 2023, October 16-19.
  • AZZ Inc. AZZ surged 8.9% to $50.00 as the company posted better-than-expected results for its second quarter and reaffirmed FY24 guidance.
  • Dada Nexus Limited DADA climbed 7.7% to $4.8150.
  • American Battery Technology Company ABAT gained 7.6% to $7.41.
  • Exscientia plc EXAI rose 7.5% to $5.01.

Losers

  • Silk Road Medical, Inc SILK shares fell 52.7% to $6.62 after the company announced preliminary third-quarter revenue results below estimates and issued FY23 revenue guidance below estimates.
  • Hyliion Holdings Corp. HYLN shares fell 49.6% to $0.6001. The company late Tuesday said it is exploring strategic options for its powertrain business due to the evolving commercial vehicle electrification industry, slow market adoption and the need for continued investment and regulatory compliance.
  • E2open Parent Holdings, Inc. ETWO fell 46.4% to $2.3550 as the company posted downbeat results for its second quarter and named Andrew Appel as interim CEO, effective immediately.
  • SuperCom Ltd. SPCB declined 42.7% to $0.5047 after surging 144% on Tuesday. SuperCom Ltd. is an Israel-based provider of digital identity and cybersecurity products and solutions to governments and private and public organizations throughout the world.
  • ParaZero Technologies Ltd. PRZO shares fell 31.2% to $1.67 after declining 10% on Tuesday. ParaZero Technologies recently announced an Australian regulator approved first commercial drone flights in populated areas and near people using ParaZero safety systems.
  • HUB Cyber Security Ltd. HUBC dipped 28.8% to $0.3720.
  • Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Company HOFV fell 27.8% to $3.25 as the company announced pricing of $2.8 million public offering of 750,000 shares of common stock and accompanying warrant at $3.75 per unit.
  • The Real Good Food Company, Inc. RGF fell 27% to $2.24 after the company reported preliminary third quarter financial results and issued FY23 revenue guidance below estimates. Additionally, the company announced the commencement of a public offering.
  • Bridgetown Holdings Limited BTWN declined 27% to $5.76.
  • Falcon’s Beyond Global, Inc. FBYD fell 25.6% to $12.20.
  • AgriFORCE Growing Systems Ltd. AGRI declined 25% to $2.91.
  • Astra Space, Inc. ASTR fell 22% to $1.02. The company is contemplating divesting a majority share of 51% in its in-space propulsion arm, among other potential sales strategies, according to a report from Bloomberg.
  • Intrusion Inc. INTZ fell 21.3% to $0.34. The stock traded lower, likely on profit-taking following Tuesday’s surge, after the company was awarded a $5 million multi-year shield agreement with a telecommunications provider.
  • Outset Medical, Inc. OM declined 20.7% to $7.68.
  • Akero Therapeutics, Inc. AKRO fell 19.8% to $14.55. Morgan Stanley maintained Akero Therapeutics with an Overweight and lowered the price target from $70 to $33.
  • DaVita Inc. DVA fell 19.5% to $73.28 in reaction to Novo Nordisk’s stopping semaglutide kidney outcomes trial FLOW based on early signs of efficacy.
  • VS MEDIA Holdings Limited VSME fell 19.3% to $1.13.
  • Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co. KGaA FMS shares fell 18.5% to $17.08. Shares of dialysis providers and kidney care stocks traded lower after Novo Nordisk stopped its semaglutide kidney outcomes trial early based on early signs of efficacy.
  • Luxfer Holdings PLC LXFR fell 14.8% to $11.45 after it reported third-quarter preliminary results.
  • SMX (Security Matters) Public Limited Company SMX fell 13.7% to $2.47. SMX shares jumped 69% on Tuesday after the company announced it secured a majority stake in True Gold Consortium.
  • Perimeter Solutions, SA PRM declined 13.3% to $3.3550. UBS downgraded Perimeter Solutions from Buy to Neutral and lowered the price target from $7 to $4.25.
  • Inspire Medical Systems, Inc. INSP fell 13% to $161.21.
  • ChargePoint Holdings, Inc. CHPT declined 13% to $3.9050 after the company announced it raised $232 million to support its path to profitability in 2024.
  • Mobilicom Limited MOB shares fell 12.2% to $1.80, after jumping over 44% on Tuesday. The Bank of New York Mellon reported in a filing late Monday that it increased its stake in the company.
  • TransMedics Group, Inc. TMDX fell 11.5% to $46.08.
  • Victoria’s Secret & Co. VSCO fell 10.4% to $14.65.
  • Baxter International Inc. BAX shares declined 9.1% to $33.92. Baxter International named Joel Grade as executive vice president and chief financial officer.
  • The Brink’s Company BCO fell 8.6% to $67.11.
  • Northern Oil and Gas, Inc. NOG fell 4% to $39.22 as the company priced public offering of 6.5 million common shares for gross proceeds of $252.7 million.

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