Here is a list of stocks shaking up the markets today, with particular focus on NASDAQ and OTC small caps. The top gainers based on percentage:
ALQA 27.11% – News: Presenting at Cowen and Company 37th Annual Health Care Conference on March 8
VBIO 19.65% – News: Develops proprietary THC pharmaceutical with reduced psychoactivity
RNVA 16.36% – News: Big South Fork Medical Center receives nearly 200 job applications through online portal
BKIT 13.85% – News: Presents clinical trial team
INFI 12.33% – News: Presenting IPI-549 data at AACR Annual Meeting
DYAI 12.00% – News: Reaches settlement with the last law firm in professional liability litigation
GRNH 11.09% – News: Signs lease to develop 4.5-acre property for subsidiary Cannabis Ventures Inc.
TGEN 8.67% – News: Hosting 2016 earnings conference call on March 22
IDRA 6.42% – News: Presenting at 37th Annual Cowen and Company Health Care Conference on March 8
CGEN 4.60% – News: Presenting at AACR Annual Meeting April 1-5
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