Posts Tagged ‘CAGC’

CAGC jumps, BAC busy, QTWWD slips

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

China Agritech, Inc. (Nasdaq: CAGC) shares advanced 7.3% to $7.96, on share volume of 584,738, already besting a full-day average of 417,211 after the company announced it is introducing an innovative new line of organic liquid compound fertilizers that improves crop drought resistance.

Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) proved a volume champion early on Thursday, trading in 30.1 million shares Thursday, approaching a daily average of 188 million. Share prices settled 0.2% to $14.81, after announcing Nexen had hired BAC to find B.C. Shale Gas Partners.

Quantum Fuel Systems Technological (Nasdaq: QTWWD) sank 15.6% in price Thursday to $5.04. Volume was 492,000 shares, trouncing a daily average of 59,000.

URRE roars along, MSFT sells widely, floods take toll on CAGC

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Uranium Resources Inc. (NasdaqCM: URRE) jumped 18.55 percent in price Wednesday to $2.62, on volume of 6,915,808, or nearly four times its daily average. The Texas-based uranium company announced third-quarter financial results Monday, which featured cash at $10.5 million, compared with $11.4 million at the end of the trailing second quarter and $6.1 million at the end of 2009.

Microsoft Corporation (NasdaqGS: MSFT) was among the volume leaders in mid-afternoon trade Wednesday, with 38,505,718 shares changing hands. The corporation’s normal three-month daily average is 61,877,300. Share price for MSFT was up marginally; 0.19 percent to $27.00. The Redmond, Wash.-based company today announced the recipients of its Elevate America veterans’ initiative grants and the availability of new education, job training and placement programs to help give veterans and their spouses the skills and resources they need to be successful in today’s civilian workforce.

China Agritech Inc. (NasdaqGM: CAGC) took a pasting on its stock price of 19.61 percent to $12.42 in Wednesday trading. Volume was 2,862,213 shares, more than twice its daily volume average. The organic fertilizer maker said Wednesday its third-quarter net income fell 68 percent to miss analyst expectations as devastating floods in China damaged two million acres of cropland, hurting demand for its products.