Posts Tagged ‘CAK’

CAK soars, LVLT basks, YUII ails

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

CAMAC Energy Inc. (AMEX: CAK) was a surprise victor among market movers Wednesday, gaining 51.8% in price to $2.08. Volume was 6.1 million shares, or 12 times its normal full-day average.

Level 3 Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: LVLT) proved one of the most popular movers on Wall Street Wednesday, trading in 39.4 million shares, or twice its full-day average. Prices for the stock inched ahead 0.6% to $1.68, a day after announcing it was buying Global Crossing for $3 billion.

Yuhi International Inc. (Nasdaq: YUII) took a slip Wednesday, docking its price by 18.6% to $5.42, on 447,000 shares, compared to normal volume around 92,600.

LEGC shakes a leg, C active, CAK backtracks

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

Legacy Bancorp Inc. (Nasdaq: LEGC) added 42.21 percent in price Wednesday to $12.23. Volume of 140,153 shares towered over its daily average of 5,931. The Pittsfield, Mass., bank-holding company will acquired by Berkshire Hills Bancorp Inc. for $13 a share in stock and cash.

Citgroup Inc. (NYSE: C) traded in 146,817,000 shares, making it a volume leader as it made progress against its daily average of 554,823,000. Share prices slid 0.74% to $4.70.

CAMAC Energy Inc. (Amex: CAK) gave back 24.24 percent in price Wednesday to $2.00, on volume of 2,872,639 shares, nearly six times its full-day average. The energy firm entered into definitive agreements yesterday to sell in a registered direct offering an aggregate of approximately 9.09 million shares of its common stock at a price of $2.20 per share.