Posts Tagged ‘KNDI’

Kandi Technologies Corp. (KNDI) wins contract, stock ignites

Monday, July 11th, 2011

Kandi Technologies Corp. (Nasdaq: KNDI) shares rose 27.9% to $2.34. The Chinese electric-vehicles manufacturer said it signed an agreement with Hangzhou Electric Vehicle Service Co. to work with it on a municipal government electric-vehicle pilot program. Volume for the shares totaled 757,000, or better than double its daily average.

A news release issued July 11 stated that Hangzhou., a professional service company affiliate of State Grid Corporation, is assisting the local municipal government in launching the 20,000 pure electric vehicle pilot program for Hangzhou consumers through the end of 2012. Hangzhou Electric Vehicle Service Co. also manages the local State Grid “Express Change” battery service network.

Under the agreement, Hangzhou Electric Vehicle Service Co. will ensure that the service network being built by State Grid will support Kandi’s technical requirement and infrastructure needs, while permitting efficient and effective operation of Kandi’s EVs.

The same release quoted Kandi CEO Xiaoming Hu as saying, “We are very pleased to announce our newest strategic partnership with Hangzhou Electric Vehicle Service Co. This cooperative agreement will form a solid foundation for consumers’ access to Kandi’s pure electric vehicles in the Hangzhou market.”

Kandi Technologies, Corp. is a manufacturer and exporter of a variety of vehicles in China, making it a world leader in the production of popular off-road vehicles.

PRAN makes hay, SIRI sells, KNDI hobbled

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Prana Biotechnology (NASDAQ : PRAN) vaulted 7.6% to $2.83, on volume of 2.5 million or 2 ½ times its daily average. This, after announcing that the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation will provide Prana with a mission-related investment of $700,000 over two years to conduct a clinical trial investigating the potential of PBT2 to reduce the accumulation of beta-amyloid in the brain of people with Alzheimer’s Disease.

Sirius XM Radio Inc. (Nasdaq: SIRI) beamed out 43.6 million shares Thursday, catching up on its daily average of 52.6 million. Prices subsided, though, 4.1%, to $1.64, amid word that its antitrust lawsuit has been approved for class-action status.

Kandi Technologies, Corp. (NASDAQ: KNDI) shares dipped 12.5% to $2.95. Volume for KNDI was 367,558, closing the gap with its daily average of around 380,000, after it reported 2010 revenues increased 26.8% to $42.9 million. On a non-GAAP basis, which excludes certain warrants, options and convertible notes related charges, the Company reported 2010 adjusted net income of $5.0 million, up 76% from the prior year.