Gainers

  • India Globalization Capital, Inc. IGCshares jumped 66.42 percent to close at $6.74 on Monday after announcing a line of CBD-infused drinks. The stock has surged more than 500 percent in the past month.
  • China Lending CorporationCLDC shares climbed 61.23 percent to close at $1.29 on Monday after reporting a partnership with Zhejiang Lixin Holding that will allow the company to expand its product portfolio and increase its market share in supply-chain financing.
  • Pyxus International, Inc. PYXclimbed 36.69 percent to close at $38.52. Citron Research expressed optimism in the stock, saying Pyxus has “real management” and will perform well “as long as investors are cannabis crazy.”
  • Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais CIGrose 21.1 percent to close at $2.64 on Monday after climbing 7.92 percent on Friday.
  • Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras S.A. – EletrobrasEBR shares rose 20.58 percent to close at $5.86.
  • GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes S.A. GOLrose 19.66 percent to close at $7.67 GOL Linhas expects Q3 operating margin of 5.0 percent to 5.5 percent and EBITDA margin of 11.0 percent to 11.5 percent.
  • iFresh Inc. IFMKclimbed 14.62 percent to close at $2.43.
  • Azul S.A. AZULgained 14.2 percent to close at $21.95.
  • OneSmart International Education Group LimitedONE gained 13.99 percent to close at $9.78.
  • Gevo, Inc. GEVOrose 12.53 percent to close at $4.40 as the company continues to leverage new production capabilities.
  • Turning Point Brands, Inc. TPBshares jumped 12.05 percent to close at $43.90.
  • Superior Drilling Products, Inc. SDPIrose 11.47 percent to close at $4.18.
  • Affimed N.V. AFMDgained 10.77 percent to close at $4.63 on Monday.
  • Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – Petrobras PBRgained 10.57 percent to close at $15.38 in light of Jair Bolsonaro’s first round victory in Brazil’s presidential election. Bolsonaro is advocating for less government interference in state companies. JP Morgan upgraded Petrobras from Neutral to Overweight.
  • Basic Energy Services, Inc. BASshares surged 10.54 percent to close at $11.96.
  • Finjan Holdings, Inc. FNJNshares rose 10.2 percent to close at $5.08.
  • Companhia Paranaense de Energia – COPELELP shares rose 10.19 percent to close at $6.81 on Monday.
  • BioDelivery Sciences International, Inc. BDSIshares gained 10.14 percent to close at $3.26 on Monday.
  • Banco Bradesco S.A. BBDshares surged 8.75 percent to close at $8.70.
  • Itaú Unibanco Holding S.A. ITUBrose 8.43 percent to close at $13.25.
  • Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A. BSBRrose 8.32 percent to close at $11.07.
  • Kala Pharmaceuticals, Inc.KALA gained 7.37 percent to close at $8.30 on Monday after falling 2.21 percent on Friday.
  • Medigus Ltd.MDGS gained 6.36 percent to close at $3.2663.

 

Losers

  • Menlo Therapeutics Inc. MNLOshares dipped 39.57 percent to close at $6.14 on Monday after the company disclosed that its Phase 2 study of MTI-110 missed primary and secondary endpoints.
  • Altimmune, Inc. ALTshares fell 31.77 percent to close at $4.94 on Monday after gaining 54.04 percent on Friday. Altimmune presented an oral abstract on its intranasal influenza vaccine NasoVax at the IDWeek conference held in San Francisco over the weekend. The presentation made Oct. 6 showed that NasoVAX was well-tolerated and elicited comparable antibody responses and nearly sixfold higher cellular immune response than Sanofi’s Fluzone injectable influenza vaccine. Altimmune reported a $25 million registered direct offering.
  • Dogness (International) CorporationDOGZ shares slipped 22.13 percent to close at $1.7911.
  • Lannett Company, Inc. LCIshares fell 20.55 percent to close at $3.75 after the company announced Monday that it has engaged advisors to explore ways to address the company’s debt and capital structure.
  • Ebix, Inc. EBIXshares dipped 19.62 percent to close at $58.10.
  • Sunlands Online Education GroupSTG dropped 19.41 percent to close at $4.40.
  • Youngevity International, Inc. YGYIshares declined 15.82 percent to close at $6.12.
  • Aptose Biosciences Inc. APTOfell 13.64 percent to close at $2.09.
  • HyreCar Inc. HYREdipped 13.51 percent to close at $2.24.
  • New Age Beverages Corporation NBEVfell 12.75 percent to close at $7.39 after a rise in shares in light of a CBD beverage line announcement. New Age Beverages falls into the volatility category of several companies selling weed-related products.
  • Glu Mobile Inc. GLUUfell 12.36 percent to close at $6.31.
  • Aluminum Corporation of China Limited ACHshares fell 11.85 percent to close at $10.64 on Monday after rising 2.12 percent on Friday.
  • Paratek Pharmaceuticals, Inc. PRTKfell 11.12 percent to close at $10.31.
  • Akcea Therapeutics, Inc. AKCAshares tumbled 10.6 percent to close at $28.50 on Monday. Akcea reported changes to Board of Directors.
  • Seven Stars Cloud Group, Inc. SSCfell 10.14 percent to close at $3.10.
  • SMART Global Holdings, Inc. SGHdipped 10.07 percent to close at $30.71. SMART Global shares surged over 25 percent Friday after the company reported better-than-expected earnings for its fourth quarter and issued strong first-quarter earnings guidance.
  • Astrotech CorporationASTC dropped 9.96 percent to close at $2.35.
  • vTv Therapeutics Inc. VTVTdropped 9.85 percent to close at $1.7911.
  • Square, Inc. SQfell 8.55 to close at $86.06 on Monday due to negative news items. The company’s recent announcement of allowing merchants to offer installment financing to customers was not well-received and the company has since experienced negative analyst positioning.
  • iRobot CorporationIRBT declined 8.54 percent to close at $97.005. PiperJaffray downgraded iRobot from Overweight to Neutral.
  • Vodafone Group PlcVOD fell 3.42 percent to close at $20.36. Jefferies downgraded Vodafone from Buy to Hold.