Agios Pharmaceuticals (AGIO), Arlington Asset Investment Corp (AI) – Why Okta is trading down more than 32%, here are 58 stocks moving in Thursday’s midday session



  • ShiftPixy, Inc. FAIRY jumped 94.4% to $27.24. ShiftPixy announced a 1 percent reverse stock split.
  • Hempacco Co., Inc. HPCO shares soared 63% to $8.33 after falling 34% on Wednesday. Hempacco common stock began trading on the Nasdaq on Tuesday. The company had planned to offer 1 million common shares at a public offering price of $6 per share for total gross proceeds of $6 million.
  • Shiny Green Society BGXX shares gained 50% to $2.07 after gaining about 33% on Wednesday.
  • Forma Therapeutics Holdings, Inc. FMTX rose 48.5% to $19.90 after Novo Nordisk announced it would acquire the company for $20 per share in cash.
  • GigaCloud Technology Inc. GCT jumped 45% to $21.20.
  • Comera Life Sciences Holdings, Inc. CMRA rose 30.5% to $2.31 after the company announced it had reached an agreement to purchase with Arena Business Solutions for up to $15 million of the company’s common stock.
  • Shuttle Pharmaceuticals, Inc. SHPH shares jumped 30% to $50.02 amid post-IPO volatility. The company has priced its IPO at $8.125 per unit.
  • Nutanix, Inc. NTNX jumped 29.8% to $22.45 after the company announced better-than-expected sales results for its fourth quarter and issued a strong revenue forecast.
  • Bone Biologics Corporation BBLG rose 22% to $1.69.
  • Double disc, incorporated DOUBLE gained 19.6% to $11.12 after the company posted a fourth-quarter profit.
  • Virax Biolabs Group Limited VRAX jumped 18% to $4.14.
  • Guardforce AI Co., Limited GFAI gained 17% to $0.4250.
  • Golden Sun Education Group Limited GSUN rose 14.6% to $38.77.
  • Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. CT rose 13.8% to $31.26. The Rio Tinto Group has announced its intention to acquire full ownership of Turquoise Hill Resources for C$43 per share in cash.
  • InMed Pharmaceuticals Inc. IN M gained 13.5% to $0.27. InMed Pharmaceuticals recently announced a 1:25 stock consolidation to meet Nasdaq listing criteria.
  • Agios Pharmaceuticals, Inc. AGIO jumped 12% to $28.56. Agios Pharmaceuticals last month reported better-than-expected second-quarter EPS and sales.
  • Rice bran technologies RIBT climbed 9.9% to $2.54. The company last month posted upbeat quarterly sales.
  • Clarus Company CLEAR gained 9.7% to $16.66. Clarus has issued a statement regarding recent stock volatility and unauthorized purchases of common stock by Parallax.
  • Belite Bio, Inc. BLTE jumped 7.8% to $34.64. Belite Bio recently announced that it has started enrollment for the US Phase 3 clinical trial of LBS-008 in patients with Stargardt disease.
  • ObsEva SA OBVS rose 6.3% to $0.1909 after falling around 12% on Wednesday.
  • Five Below, Inc. FIVE rose 6% to $135.51 after the company reported second-quarter results.


  • Addentax Group Corp. ATXG shares fell 77.2% to $150.01. Shares of several companies in the broader industrial sector traded lower amid overall market weakness following better-than-expected U.S. jobless claims, raising expectations for more aggressive Fed action. .
  • American Virtual Cloud Technologies, Inc. stroke fell 43% to $0.2620 after the company announced a stock distribution agreement to offer and sell up to $14.7 million of common stock.
  • Okta, Inc. OKTA fell 32.2% to $61.98 after the company announced its second quarter results and released financial guidance for the third and fiscal year 23. Several analysts also lowered their price targets on the stock.
  • Semtech Company TCMS shares fell 31.3% to $31.74 after the company released third-quarter sales guidance that fell below analysts’ estimates. Cowen & Co. and Oppenheimer also downgraded the title.
  • Greenpro Capital Corp. GRNQ fell 29.5% to $1.79 after jumping 63% on Wednesday.
  • Getty Images Holdings, Inc. GETY fell 27.4% to $14.69.
  • Nuwellis, Inc. NUWE fell 27.4% to $1.0602. Shares of Nuwellis jumped 121% on Wednesday after the company announced new clinical data showing 100% 30-day survival after the use of ultrafiltration in high-risk postoperative bypass patients.
  • Hour Buckle, Inc. HOUR fell 24% to $3.23.
  • MongoDB, Inc. MDB shares fell 22% to $251.89 after the company issued earnings guidance that fell below analysts’ estimates.
  • Nogin, Inc. NOGN fell 20.2% to $2.6891.
  •, Inc. AI fell 20% to $14.40 after the company reported worse-than-expected first-quarter sales results and released third-quarter and FY23 sales guidance that fell below analysts’ estimates.
  • Samsara Inc. IoT fell 20% to $11.89 after the third quarter results.
  • Liquidia Company LQDA fell 19.6% to $4.6350 after Wedbush downgraded the stock from Neutral to Underperforming and lowered its price target from $4 to $3.
  • Akerna Corp. KERN fell 19.2% to $0.1243.
  • Palatine Technologies, Inc. PTR fell 18.4% to $4.0915.
  • HashiCorp, Inc. HPC fell 18.2% to $28.90.
  • Magic Empire Global Limited DELG fell 17% to $6.45 after jumping 33% on Wednesday.
  • GitLab Inc. GTLB fell 16.8% to $49.78.
  • Genesco inc. GCO fell 16.7% to $47.12 as the company lowered its guidance for FY23.
  • Veeva Systems Inc. VEEV fell 15.4% to $168.77 after the company released Q3 and FY23 sales guidance that fell below analysts’ estimates.
  • Mobilicom Limited CROWD fell 14.6% to $2.66 after gaining around 28% on Wednesday.
  • Fluence Energy, Inc. FLNC fell 14.2% to $17.11.
  • Sentinel One, Inc.S fell 12.5% ​​to $23.86 after reporting Q2 results.
  • Signet Jewelers Limited GIS fell 12.2% to $57.43 after the second quarter results.
  • Stem, Inc. STEM fell 12.2% to $13.81.
  • Polestar Automotive Holding UK PLC PSNY fell 11.9% to $6.89. Polestar reported first-half sales of $1.04 billion.
  • KnowBe4, Inc. KNBE fell 11.5% to $17.01.
  • ZeroFox Holdings, Inc. ZFOX shares fell 11.5% to $5.70 after jumping about 19% on Wednesday.
  • NVIDIA Corporation NVDA fell 11% to $134.28 following a late filing by the company on Wednesday which revealed that the US government had communicated to it the need to obtain a license to export its powerful AI processors such as the ‘A100 and H100 chips which have not yet been released in China. This would prevent the export of these chips to China, one of its main markets.
  • Monolithic Power Systems, Inc. MPWR fell 10.7% to $404.56.
  • Zscaler, Inc. SZ fell 10.1% to $143.15.
  • Smartsheet Inc. SMAR fell 8.3% to $30.50.
  • Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. AMD fell 6.7% to $79.18 on news that chipmakers were slapped by some restrictions on exporting chips to China.
  • ThermoGenesis Holdings, Inc. THMO fell 6.2% to $0.2302 after gaining 11% on Wednesday. ThermoGenesis last month posted a loss of $0.20 per share in the second quarter.
  • HIVE Blockchain Technologies Ltd. HIVE fell 6.1% to $4.7815 after gaining 4% on Wednesday.
  • Hormel Foods Corporation HRL fell 5% to $47.77 after the company reported lackluster third-quarter results and lowered its FY22 profit forecast.
  •, Inc. AMZN fell 2.1% to $124.10. Amazon. trailed its main rival, Walmart, owner of Flipkart in India, on several key metrics and struggled to make inroads in small Indian towns and villages, TechCrunch reported citing Sanford C. Bernstein.

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