Gainers

  • Tenax Therapeutics, Inc.TENX shares climbed 46.43 percent to close at $7.79 on Wednesday after the company reported results of pre-IND meeting with the FDA for Phase 2 study of levosimendan in PH-HFpEF patients.
  • RXi Pharmaceuticals Corporation RXIIgained 24.91 percent to close at $3.31. RXi Pharma will present updated clinical and cosmetic dermatology programs at the International Investigative Dermatology (IID) Conference.
  • Longfin Corp. LFINshares rose 17.39 percent to close at $11.61.
  • Stage Stores, Inc. SSIjumped 16.59 percent to close at $2.67.
  • Catalyst Pharmaceuticals, Inc. CPRXshares rose 16.37 percent to close at $2.63.
  • TRACON Pharmaceuticals, Inc. TCONshares jumped 16 percent to close at $2.90.
  • Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. HMNYgained 15.95 percent to close at $2.98.
  • Vericel CorporationVCEL shares climbed 15.54 percent to close at $11.15 on Wednesday.
  • Galectin Therapeutics, Inc. GALTgained 15.33 percent to close at $4.74.
  • FTD Companies, Inc. FTDrose 13.09 percent to close at $4.32 on Wednesday.
  • Prothena Corporation plcPRTA gained 12.58 percent to close at $44.21.
  • Skyline Corporation SKYshares rose 12.19 percent to close at $25.40.
  • Newater Technology, Inc. NEWAgained 11.60 percent to close at $22.90.
  • Astrotech Corporation ASTCjumped 11.26 percent to close at $2.57 after the company disclosed that its subsidiary, 1st Detect announced that the Tracer 1000 has begun testing for passenger screening at airports.
  • ShotSpotter, Inc. SSTIshares jumped 10.85 percent to close at $32.39.
  • Triangle Capital Corporation TCAProse 9.74 percent to close at $12.05 after the company announced the sale of investment portfolio for $981.2 million in cash along with a simultaneous externalization transaction.
  • MACOM Technology Solutions Holdings, Inc. MTSIrose 9.43 percent to close at $17.64. Northland Securities initiated coverage on MACOM Technology with an Outperform rating.
  • Senseonics Holdings, Inc. SENSgained 7.87 percent to close at $3.29.
  • SemiLEDs CorporationLEDS rose 7.55 percent to close at $2.9900.
  • Proteostasis Therapeutics, Inc.PTI shares gained 6.29 percent to close at $4.73 after the company disclosed that it has received the FDA Fast Track designation for triple combination program in patients with cystic fibrosis.
  • TriNet Group, Inc. TNETgained 5.9 percent to close at $48.29. Morgan Stanley upgraded TriNet from Underweight to Equal-Weight.
  • Boston Beer Company, Inc. SAMshares climbed 5.22 percent to close at $204.50. Cowen & Co. upgraded Boston Beer from Underperform to Market Perform.


Losers

  • Cloudera, Inc.CLDR tumbled 40.24 percent to close at $13.29 on Wednesday. Cloudera reported stronger-than-expected results for its fourth quarter, but issued weak sales forecast for the current fiscal year.
  • SELLAS Life Sciences Group, Inc.SLS dropped 25.31 percent to close at $6.70 on Wednesday after gaining 3.70 percent on Tuesday.
  • Innovate Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. INNTshares dipped 23.57 percent to close at $35.16.
  • RMG Networks Holding Corporation RMGNdeclined 17.93 percent to close at $1.19 after the company agreed to be acquired by SCG Digital for $1.27 per share.
  • OncoCyte CorporationOCX declined 14.89 percent to close at $2.00.
  • Cellectis S.A.CLLS fell 14.09 percent to close at $33.10 after the company disclosed a $175 million follow-on ADS offering.
  • InfoSonics CorporationIFON shares dropped 10.63 percent to close at $5.63.
  • Vaxart, Inc. VXRTfell 10.33 percent to close at $5.38 on Wednesday.
  • Bio-Path Holdings, Inc. BPTHshares tumbled 9.5 percent to close at $2.00.
  • Titan Machinery Inc. TITNfell 8.89 percent to close at $21.93.
  • SMART Global Holdings, Inc. SGHshares dipped 8.57 percent to close at $45.66.
  • SendGrid, Inc. SENDshares declined 7.54 percent to close at $24.66 as the company reported the launch of follow-on public offering.
  • Virtusa CorporationVRTU shares fell 7.09 percent to close at $44.69. SunTrust Robinson Humphrey downgraded Virtusa from Buy to Hold.
  • Gannett Co., Inc. GCIdropped 5.66 percent to close at $9.34 after the company priced its $175 million convertible senior notes offering.