As Spring Ended, Here’s How the Stock Market Treated Stocks
Online stock trading in the 5th week of the long month of May was again punctuated with trade war fears. As the last spring month got to a close, here are the stocks that felt the going great as well as those who felt life to be treating them hard.
Delmar Pharmaceuticals ($DMPI) rose a massive 140.24% to garner a Buy rating on TradingView.com, as it presented its first-line and second-line trials in MGMT-unmethylated GBM patients. Genocea Biosciences ($GNCA) had a 24.06% rise to $5.58. It also earned a Buy rating. USCF Funds Trust ($USOD) rose 17.66% to $7.00. It was a Buy. In the S&P 500, Cooper Companies Inc ($COO) soared 4.00% to $297.91. DISH Network Corp ($DISH) rose 3.88% to touch $36.11. Dollar Tree Inc ($DLTR) had a 3.34% growth and hit $101.59.
Zuora Inc ($ZUO) was the big loser. It dropped 29.92% to $13.95 to earn a Sell rating on TradingView.com. MarketWatch called it the company’s “worst drop on record”. XBiotech Inc ($XBIT) sank 24.45% and got a Sell rating. CSS Industries ($CSS) also dropped 24.39% to $4.65 and garnered a Sell rating. TradingView gave a Strong Sell to Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc that dropped 17.37% to $25.52. In the S&P 500, Gap Inc ($GPS) dropped 9.32% to $18.68. Sysco Corp ($SYY) dropped 7.65% to $68.82, while Mattel Inc sank 7.16% to $9.85.
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