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Initial Public Offering: What is an IPO? How does it work?

NEW DELHI: Initial public offering or IPO is described as the process where a private company declares itself public by selling off its stocks in the general public. Any company, irrespective of the number of years from its time of establishment, its size and type of business it deals in can go ahead and get itself listed in the exchange to go public.

A company can raise equity capital with initial public offering, by issuing new shares to the public or the existing shareholders can sell off their shares to other people without raising any fresh capital.

The company that sells its shares are known as an ‘issuer’ and does so with the help of investment banks present in the market. After an initial public offering, the company’s shares are traded in an open market. Any company that decides to sell its shares, aims to raise money for the company, which it can further use to grow and expand their businesses.

How does an IPO work?


In case a private company requires capital that is way beyond its individual ability to generate through regular operations there are a few alternatives that the management can take up to work out that capital.

Popular methods to do so include private investment, taking debt or a public investment through an IPO.

The process of IPO starts when the firm hires an investment bank or banks, to take care of the IPO. The company may also choose to sell its shares on its own as well but, that can be taxing.

Banks handover bids to companies that have decided to go public on the amount of money the firm will make in the IPO and what the bank will earn. This process of an investment bank taking care of the IPO is called underwriting.

When an investment bank is hired to do so, the company and investment bank talk about how much money they think they aim to raise from the IPO, type of securities to be issued and all other related-details are mentioned in the underwriting agreement.

After the company and investment bank come to terms with the underwriting deal, the bank presents a registration statement that has to be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

This statement contains all the detailed information about the offering and the particular company, including management background, any legal problems, financial statements, who owned any stock before the company goes public and so on.

The SEC investigates the company and ensures that all the information submitted to it is correct and all relevant financial data has been disclosed.

If everything is approved, the SEC works with the company to set a date to post the IPO. After the SEC approval, the underwriter must put together a prospectus, including all financial information on the company that’s doing the IPO.

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Hopes IPO market will reopen fast dampened by fears of another shutdown

Hopes that the U.S. IPO market will come straight back to life now that the government shutdown has ended and regulators are back at work have been dampened by worries about a possible second shutdown.

President Donald Trump told The Wall Street Journal overnight there’s a less than 50/50 chance that Congress will deliver a border deal that he can accept and that another shutdown is “certainly an option.” His acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney told the Associated Press that Trump means it.

That’s bad news for those companies who are waiting to sell shares to the public. The just-ended shutdown had the effect of shutting the IPO market as well, as the Securities and Exchange Commission was unable to provide the feedback and approval of filings that issuers need to move their registration statements forward to launch. As it dragged on through January, there were concerns that it would delay some of the bigger deals expected this year, including ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft, and security company Palantir.

Jay Ritter, a professor at University of Florida and IPO expert, said a reopening of the market now depends on the SEC and its corporate finance division. “If the SEC prioritizes IPO approvals, things can happen very quickly for companies that were already in the queue,” he said. “But if it’s more on a first come/first serve basis, they may have to wait their turn.”

Between the government shutdown and negative returns in 2018, there have been no IPOs in 2019 so far, compared with 17 deals that were completed in the same time frame in 2018, according to Kathleen Smith, principal at Renaissance Capital, a provider of institutional research and IPO exchange-traded funds.

Smith is expecting two companies that had come up with a workaround to bypass the SEC to revert to the regular way of getting a deal through. New Fortress Energy LLC, an energy infrastructure company, and biotech Gossamer Bio Inc. said last week they would go public by allowing their registration to become automatically effective within 20 days, as The Wall Street Journal reported last week.

The highly unusual move involved changing language in the filing. Nasdaq was initially wary of the move but was becoming more receptive to it, the paper reported. Bypassing the regular process would not be without risk for the companies, as it would involve pricing their shares before marketing them to investors, who they usually rely on for feedback.

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Ritter said it was likely the companies would now opt to go through normal channels, but perhaps keep the 20-day plan as a backup, in case of a second shutdown. Launching without a nod from the SEC could expose companies to legal challenges at a later date.

“Other companies will be moving along their filings notably unicorns such as Uber, Lyft, Palantir, and Pinterest,” said Smith. The Renaissance IPO ETF, a basket of recent IPOs, “tracks an index that has significantly outperformed the S&P 500, recovering from very poor returns at the end of 2018,” she said. “When recent IPOs perform well, new IPOs are likely receive a good reception.”

Market data and intelligence firm Ipreo is expecting two small deals to price this week, but both are so-called blank-check companies, meaning they have no fixed business until they acquire one.

Read now: High Times is going public through a deal with a blank-check company — and here’s what that means

Andina Acquisition Corp. III is expected to raise about $100 million in a deal expected to price later Monday, according to Ipreo. Cowen and Craig-Hallum Capital Group are joint book runners on the deal, according to the company’s prospectus. Andina has applied to list on Nasdaq under the ticker symbol “ ANDAU”.

Andina will focus its search for a target on the Americas. The company’s management has most expertise in companies in Latin America, including Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Peru. “We intend to capitalize on opportunities presented by high growth rates within these countries,” says the prospectus.

Pivotal Acquisition Corp. is expected to raise about $200 million in a deal expected to price on Wednesday. Cantor is sole book running manager on that deal with BTIG acting as lead manager, according to the company’s prospectus. The company has applied to list on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “PVT.U.”

Pivotal will focus its search for acquisition targets on companies in North America that are ripe for disruption from digital technology.

See also: Beyond Meat is going public: 5 things to know about the plant-based meat maker

“Segments we might explore include, but are not limited to, logistics technology and “last mile” delivery services, business technology services, online cybersecurity and offline physical security services, media and entertainment services and franchise businesses,” says the prospectus.

The Renaissance IPO ETF

IPO, -0.69%

 has gained about 16% in 2019 so far, while the Renaissance International IPO ETF

IPOS, -0.98%

 has gained 6%.

By comparison, the S&P 500

SPX, -0.78%

  has gained 5% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average

DJIA, -0.84%

 has gained 4.6%.

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Source: Ipo Search Results
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What if your customers went away for a month – or more?


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The storm surge is the most devastating element of a hurricane. Everybody knows that.

But that maxim was compromised when Hurricane Harvey’s surge onto the Houston area lowlands became just an opening act. For days, Harvey hovered over almost a dozen counties in the region, causing decisions by local watershed officials to transmogrify more than 50 inches of falling water into a rising-water flood that dwarfed the storm surge. Millions of homes, cars and jobs were lost.  

Of course, that last stat – when customers are displaced – partially explains the disruption of more than 3,000 businesses. And the lost opportunity cost is incalculable if for no other reason than that hundreds of small businesses will never reopen. Of course, since this wasn’t Houston’s first hurricane, it must be said that for people who live in coastal areas, being prepared for the next storm – or not – is a choice made in advance.  

As promised, this is a companion piece to the one that marked a 15-year anniversary, the Great Blackout of 2003. In the earlier article, I revealed how small businesses are reporting that they’re much more prepared today for a business disruption event than ever before.

Unlike a hurricane, the Great Blackout proved that even if you don’t live in a coastal region, a fire-prone area, tornado alley, flood zone, on top of the San Andreas Fault, or other natural calamity waiting to happen, every small business should operate as if you do. Because whether it’s a flood, a phishing breach, a hurricane, ransomware, or a lightning strike (what happened to me), it’s not a matter of if your business will be interrupted, it’s a matter of when and how badly. Consequently, your level of preparedness is a choice you make in advance.  

In order to help you develop a business interruption strategy, here are some suggestions for where to start:

Operational: What if your building became unavailable to you or your customers?

  1. Purchase laptop PCs with docking stations that allow key employees to work and connect remotely, both internally and with customers. Make sure they have both Wi-Fi and mobile modems for redundancy. This costs a little more, but it’s good connectivity insurance.
  1. Adopt applications in the cloud, in case installed programs become unavailable.

Financial: Most small business working capital is tied up in operating cash flow. What would happen if your cash flow was interrupted?

  1. Purchase a business interruption rider on your property and casualty policy that will pay you cash upon acceptance of a claim. Be sure to read the fine print – all policies are not created equal.  
  1. Maintain a close working relationship with your banker so you won’t have to introduce yourself to the person you’re asking for a disaster loan.

Data: More of your assets are now in digital form and less physical. Are you prepared to protect your data as comprehensively as your building, equipment, and inventory?

  1. Assign one person to be in charge of keeping all computers enabled with proven digital security and keep it current on all units.
  1. Regularly copy critical data from your hard drives and store it offsite, plus protect your data with a cloud-based backup and recovery firm.  

The only people who never experience a business interruption event are those who don’t have a business. As the CEO of your business, it’s your job to be prepared for the inevitable.

Write this on a rock … You operate your business in a dangerous world and it’s getting dangerous-er. 

The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.



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What if your customers went away for a month – or more?


Shutterstock photo

The storm surge is the most devastating element of a hurricane. Everybody knows that.

But that maxim was compromised when Hurricane Harvey’s surge onto the Houston area lowlands became just an opening act. For days, Harvey hovered over almost a dozen counties in the region, causing decisions by local watershed officials to transmogrify more than 50 inches of falling water into a rising-water flood that dwarfed the storm surge. Millions of homes, cars and jobs were lost.  

Of course, that last stat – when customers are displaced – partially explains the disruption of more than 3,000 businesses. And the lost opportunity cost is incalculable if for no other reason than that hundreds of small businesses will never reopen. Of course, since this wasn’t Houston’s first hurricane, it must be said that for people who live in coastal areas, being prepared for the next storm – or not – is a choice made in advance.  

As promised, this is a companion piece to the one that marked a 15-year anniversary, the Great Blackout of 2003. In the earlier article, I revealed how small businesses are reporting that they’re much more prepared today for a business disruption event than ever before.

Unlike a hurricane, the Great Blackout proved that even if you don’t live in a coastal region, a fire-prone area, tornado alley, flood zone, on top of the San Andreas Fault, or other natural calamity waiting to happen, every small business should operate as if you do. Because whether it’s a flood, a phishing breach, a hurricane, ransomware, or a lightning strike (what happened to me), it’s not a matter of if your business will be interrupted, it’s a matter of when and how badly. Consequently, your level of preparedness is a choice you make in advance.  

In order to help you develop a business interruption strategy, here are some suggestions for where to start:

Operational: What if your building became unavailable to you or your customers?

  1. Purchase laptop PCs with docking stations that allow key employees to work and connect remotely, both internally and with customers. Make sure they have both Wi-Fi and mobile modems for redundancy. This costs a little more, but it’s good connectivity insurance.
  1. Adopt applications in the cloud, in case installed programs become unavailable.

Financial: Most small business working capital is tied up in operating cash flow. What would happen if your cash flow was interrupted?

  1. Purchase a business interruption rider on your property and casualty policy that will pay you cash upon acceptance of a claim. Be sure to read the fine print – all policies are not created equal.  
  1. Maintain a close working relationship with your banker so you won’t have to introduce yourself to the person you’re asking for a disaster loan.

Data: More of your assets are now in digital form and less physical. Are you prepared to protect your data as comprehensively as your building, equipment, and inventory?

  1. Assign one person to be in charge of keeping all computers enabled with proven digital security and keep it current on all units.
  1. Regularly copy critical data from your hard drives and store it offsite, plus protect your data with a cloud-based backup and recovery firm.  

The only people who never experience a business interruption event are those who don’t have a business. As the CEO of your business, it’s your job to be prepared for the inevitable.

Write this on a rock … You operate your business in a dangerous world and it’s getting dangerous-er. 

The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.



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SEC Brings Charges in Edgar Hacking Case

Washington D.C., Jan. 15, 2019 —

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced charges against nine defendants for participating in a previously disclosed scheme to hack into the SEC’s EDGAR system and extract nonpublic information to use for illegal trading. The SEC charged a Ukrainian hacker, six individual traders in California, Ukraine, and Russia, and two entities. The hacker and some of the traders were also involved in a similar scheme to hack into newswire services and trade on information that had not yet been released to the public. The SEC charged the hacker and other traders for that conduct in 2015 (see here, here and here).

The SEC’s complaint alleges that after hacking the newswire services, Ukrainian hacker Oleksandr Ieremenko turned his attention to EDGAR and, using deceptive hacking techniques, gained access in 2016. Ieremenko extracted EDGAR files containing nonpublic earnings results. The information was passed to individuals who used it to trade in the narrow window between when the files were extracted from SEC systems and when the companies released the information to the public. In total, the traders traded before at least 157 earnings releases from May to October 2016 and generated at least $4.1 million in illegal profits.

SEC v. Ieremenko, et al.: Summary of Defendants’ Trading Profits

“International computer hacking schemes like the one we charged today pose an ever-present risk to organizations that possess valuable information,” said Enforcement Division Co-Director Stephanie Avakian. “Today’s action shows the SEC’s commitment and ability to unravel these schemes and identify the perpetrators even when they operate from outside our borders.”

“The trader defendants charged today are alleged to have taken multiple steps to conceal their fraud, including using an offshore entity and nominee accounts to place trades,” said Enforcement Division Co-Director Steven Peikin. “Our staff’s sophisticated analysis of the defendants’ trading exposed the common element behind their success, providing overwhelming evidence that each of them traded based on information hacked from EDGAR.”

The SEC’s complaint alleges that Ieremenko circumvented EDGAR controls that require user authentication and then navigated within the EDGAR system. Ieremenko obtained nonpublic “test files,” which issuers can elect to submit in advance of making their official filings to help make sure EDGAR will process the filings as intended. Issuers sometimes elected to include nonpublic information in test filings, such as actual quarterly earnings results not yet released to the public. Ieremenko extracted nonpublic test files from SEC servers, and then passed the information to different groups of traders.

The SEC’s complaint alleges that the following traders received and traded on the basis of the hacked EDGAR information:

• Sungjin Cho, Los Angeles, California
• David Kwon, Los Angeles, California
• Igor Sabodakha, Ukraine
• Victoria Vorochek, Ukraine
• Ivan Olefir, Ukraine
• Andrey Sarafanov, Russia
• Capyield Systems, Ltd. (owned by Olefir)
• Spirit Trade Ltd.

In a parallel action, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey today announced related criminal charges.

The SEC’s complaint charges each of the defendants with violating the federal securities antifraud laws and related SEC antifraud rules and seeks a final judgment ordering the defendants to pay penalties, return their ill-gotten gains with prejudgment interest, and enjoining them from committing future violations of the antifraud laws. The SEC also named and is seeking relief from four relief defendants who profited from the scheme when defendants used the relief defendants’ brokerage accounts to place illicit trades.

The SEC’s investigation, which is ongoing, was conducted by Market Abuse Unit and Cyber Unit staff David Bennett, Arsen Ablaev, Michael Baker, Jason Burt, Laura D’Allaird, Adam Gottlieb, James Scoggins, David Snyder, Jonathan Warner, Darren Boerner, and John Rymas, and IT Forensics staff Ken Zavos, Douglas Bond, Stephen Haupt, Gi Nguyen, and Jennifer Ross. The Division of Economic and Risk Analysis and the Office of Information Technology provided substantial assistance. The investigation was supervised by Robert Cohen, Joseph Sansone, and Carolyn Welshhans. Cheryl Crumpton and Stephan Schlegelmilch are leading the SEC’s litigation. The SEC appreciates the assistance of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the U.S. Secret Service.

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23 Jan 2019 16:03:00 – Top 5 Stocks up on Unusual Volume

Seeing today’s unusual volume on a stock is like seeing people standing in line overnight to buy the latest and greatest gadget
or must-have item. Unusual volume tells you something important is going on with a stock, and you should pay attention.
Symbol Company Last Sale Price Change Net / % Share Volume Volume % Change

LRN

K12 Inc $ 29.64 3.78
 ▲ 14.62%
2,801,399 813%

EHTH

eHealth, Inc. eHealth, Inc. $ 51.32 5.86
 ▲ 12.89%
1,672,314 501%

QSR

Restaurant Brands International Inc. $ 62.61 5.58
 ▲ 9.78%
9,087,779 479%

SYF

Synchrony Financial $ 29.40 2.85
 ▲ 10.73%
34,767,558 459%

CNMD

CONMED Corporation CONMED Corporation $ 70.70 3.96
 ▲ 5.93%
1,005,162 434%

LOGI

Logitech International S.A. Logitech International S.A. $ 35.81 2.11
 ▲ 6.26%
1,407,747 376%

LABL

Multi-Color Corporation Multi-Color Corporation $ 44.58 2.93
 ▲ 7.03%
747,347 343%

LFVN

Lifevantage Corporation Lifevantage Corporation $ 16.12 1.72
 ▲ 11.94%
579,163 306%

WAT

Waters Corporation $ 229.51 25.85
 ▲ 12.69%
2,381,947 281%

IBM

International Business Machines Corporation $ 132.89 10.37
 ▲ 8.46%
21,980,741 231%

EFSC

Enterprise Financial Services Corporation $ 46.45 2.95
 ▲ 6.78%
350,279 215%

PZZA

Papa John’s International, Inc. Papa John's International, Inc. $ 44.82 3.19
 ▲ 7.66%
2,371,263 184%

FISV

Fiserv, Inc. Fiserv, Inc. $ 80.59 2.40
 ▲ 3.07%
10,529,654 179%

WSFS

WSFS Financial Corporation WSFS Financial Corporation $ 43 1.68
 ▲ 4.07%
451,114 171%

RYAAY

Ryanair Holdings plc $ 69.65 .56
 ▲ .81%
1,521,132 165%

AOSL

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Limited Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Limited $ 11.80 1.47
 ▲ 14.23%
258,059 162%

ARNC

Arconic Inc. $ 18.05 .96
 ▲ 5.62%
12,812,936 152%

UTX

United Technologies Corporation $ 117.04 5.98
 ▲ 5.38%
12,519,677 138%

PETS

PetMed Express, Inc. $ 21.99 1.06
 ▲ 5.06%
1,698,710 135%

SWK

Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. $ 118.55 2.86
 ▲ 2.47%
4,049,730 134%

ATI

Allegheny Technologies Incorporated $ 26.44 .84
 ▲ 3.28%
3,717,893 132%

DQ

DAQO New Energy Corp. $ 31.18 .90
 ▲ 2.97%
540,200 122%

CHL

China Mobile (Hong Kong) Ltd. $ 51.87 .88
 ▲ 1.73%
2,202,210 118%

PG

Procter & Gamble Company (The) $ 94.84 4.40
 ▲ 4.87%
22,466,948 115%

ZION

Zions Bancorporation N.A. Zions Bancorporation N.A. $ 48.11 1.58
 ▲ 3.40%
5,832,973 112%
Symbol Company Last Sale Price Change Net / % Share Volume Volume % Change

QUOT

Quotient Technology Inc. $ 10.10 -.94
 ▼ -8.51%
5,637,978 974%

DOX

Amdocs Limited $ 55.06 -5.41
 ▼ -8.95%
9,750,719 968%

PTCT

PTC Therapeutics, Inc. PTC Therapeutics, Inc. $ 29.64 -3.38
 ▼ -10.24%
5,252,094 646%

CWST

Casella Waste Systems, Inc. Casella Waste Systems, Inc. $ 29.84 -1.14
 ▼ -3.68%
1,246,343 547%

FBK

FB Financial Corporation $ 34.61 -3.41
 ▼ -8.97%
412,767 410%

URGN

UroGen Pharma Ltd. $ 45.93 -7.73
 ▼ -14.41%
495,213 351%

TBK

Triumph Bancorp, Inc. $ 29.29 -2.45
 ▼ -7.72%
644,496 260%

WTFC

Wintrust Financial Corporation Wintrust Financial Corporation $ 70.66 -3.01
 ▼ -4.09%
1,480,987 248%

TSE

Trinseo S.A. $ 44.51 -4.21
 ▼ -8.64%
1,574,964 224%

ROL

Rollins, Inc. $ 37.20 -1.20
 ▼ -3.13%
5,985,058 216%

EDIT

Editas Medicine, Inc. $ 20.10 -.85
 ▼ -4.06%
2,949,493 215%

COF

Capital One Financial Corporation $ 78.20 -5.20
 ▼ -6.24%
8,585,370 193%

TEL

TE Connectivity Ltd. $ 76 -3.48
 ▼ -4.38%
6,515,866 178%

RY

Royal Bank Of Canada $ 73.91 -1
 ▼ -1.33%
2,045,837 167%

RES

RPC, Inc. $ 10.69 -.70
 ▼ -6.15%
4,664,268 165%

IIIN

Insteel Industries, Inc. Insteel Industries, Inc. $ 20.33 -.83
 ▼ -3.92%
399,056 160%

KMB

Kimberly-Clark Corporation $ 112.15 -3.08
 ▼ -2.67%
4,859,612 128%

GPN

Global Payments Inc. $ 111.28 -1.41
 ▼ -1.25%
2,971,561 127%

HTHT

Huazhu Group Limited Huazhu Group Limited $ 30.56 -.60
 ▼ -1.93%
2,815,346 126%

ENLK

EnLink Midstream Partners, LP $ 12.51 -.81
 ▼ -6.08%
3,545,184 123%

SFNC

Simmons First National Corporation Simmons First National Corporation $ 25.25 -.92
 ▼ -3.52%
844,082 118%

QCOM

QUALCOMM Incorporated QUALCOMM Incorporated $ 51.77 -2.52
 ▼ -4.64%
33,722,025 90%

NTRS

Northern Trust Corporation Northern Trust Corporation $ 89.93 -.60
 ▼ -.66%
2,562,554 88%

PCRX

Pacira Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Pacira Pharmaceuticals, Inc. $ 39.81 -.65
 ▼ -1.61%
990,150 88%

PTC

PTC Inc. $ 84.64 -1.17
 ▼ -1.36%
2,368,009 85%

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23 Jan 2019 16:03:00 – Top 5 Stocks up on Unusual Volume

Seeing today’s unusual volume on a stock is like seeing people standing in line overnight to buy the latest and greatest gadget
or must-have item. Unusual volume tells you something important is going on with a stock, and you should pay attention.
Symbol Company Last Sale Price Change Net / % Share Volume Volume % Change

LRN

K12 Inc $ 29.64 3.78
 ▲ 14.62%
2,801,399 813%

EHTH

eHealth, Inc. eHealth, Inc. $ 51.32 5.86
 ▲ 12.89%
1,672,314 501%

QSR

Restaurant Brands International Inc. $ 62.61 5.58
 ▲ 9.78%
9,087,779 479%

SYF

Synchrony Financial $ 29.40 2.85
 ▲ 10.73%
34,767,558 459%

CNMD

CONMED Corporation CONMED Corporation $ 70.70 3.96
 ▲ 5.93%
1,005,162 434%

LOGI

Logitech International S.A. Logitech International S.A. $ 35.81 2.11
 ▲ 6.26%
1,407,747 376%

LABL

Multi-Color Corporation Multi-Color Corporation $ 44.58 2.93
 ▲ 7.03%
747,347 343%

LFVN

Lifevantage Corporation Lifevantage Corporation $ 16.12 1.72
 ▲ 11.94%
579,163 306%

WAT

Waters Corporation $ 229.51 25.85
 ▲ 12.69%
2,381,947 281%

IBM

International Business Machines Corporation $ 132.89 10.37
 ▲ 8.46%
21,980,741 231%

EFSC

Enterprise Financial Services Corporation $ 46.45 2.95
 ▲ 6.78%
350,279 215%

PZZA

Papa John’s International, Inc. Papa John's International, Inc. $ 44.82 3.19
 ▲ 7.66%
2,371,263 184%

FISV

Fiserv, Inc. Fiserv, Inc. $ 80.59 2.40
 ▲ 3.07%
10,529,654 179%

WSFS

WSFS Financial Corporation WSFS Financial Corporation $ 43 1.68
 ▲ 4.07%
451,114 171%

RYAAY

Ryanair Holdings plc $ 69.65 .56
 ▲ .81%
1,521,132 165%

AOSL

Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Limited Alpha and Omega Semiconductor Limited $ 11.80 1.47
 ▲ 14.23%
258,059 162%

ARNC

Arconic Inc. $ 18.05 .96
 ▲ 5.62%
12,812,936 152%

UTX

United Technologies Corporation $ 117.04 5.98
 ▲ 5.38%
12,519,677 138%

PETS

PetMed Express, Inc. $ 21.99 1.06
 ▲ 5.06%
1,698,710 135%

SWK

Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. $ 118.55 2.86
 ▲ 2.47%
4,049,730 134%

ATI

Allegheny Technologies Incorporated $ 26.44 .84
 ▲ 3.28%
3,717,893 132%

DQ

DAQO New Energy Corp. $ 31.18 .90
 ▲ 2.97%
540,200 122%

CHL

China Mobile (Hong Kong) Ltd. $ 51.87 .88
 ▲ 1.73%
2,202,210 118%

PG

Procter & Gamble Company (The) $ 94.84 4.40
 ▲ 4.87%
22,466,948 115%

ZION

Zions Bancorporation N.A. Zions Bancorporation N.A. $ 48.11 1.58
 ▲ 3.40%
5,832,973 112%
Symbol Company Last Sale Price Change Net / % Share Volume Volume % Change

QUOT

Quotient Technology Inc. $ 10.10 -.94
 ▼ -8.51%
5,637,978 974%

DOX

Amdocs Limited $ 55.06 -5.41
 ▼ -8.95%
9,750,719 968%

PTCT

PTC Therapeutics, Inc. PTC Therapeutics, Inc. $ 29.64 -3.38
 ▼ -10.24%
5,252,094 646%

CWST

Casella Waste Systems, Inc. Casella Waste Systems, Inc. $ 29.84 -1.14
 ▼ -3.68%
1,246,343 547%

FBK

FB Financial Corporation $ 34.61 -3.41
 ▼ -8.97%
412,767 410%

URGN

UroGen Pharma Ltd. $ 45.93 -7.73
 ▼ -14.41%
495,213 351%

TBK

Triumph Bancorp, Inc. $ 29.29 -2.45
 ▼ -7.72%
644,496 260%

WTFC

Wintrust Financial Corporation Wintrust Financial Corporation $ 70.66 -3.01
 ▼ -4.09%
1,480,987 248%

TSE

Trinseo S.A. $ 44.51 -4.21
 ▼ -8.64%
1,574,964 224%

ROL

Rollins, Inc. $ 37.20 -1.20
 ▼ -3.13%
5,985,058 216%

EDIT

Editas Medicine, Inc. $ 20.10 -.85
 ▼ -4.06%
2,949,493 215%

COF

Capital One Financial Corporation $ 78.20 -5.20
 ▼ -6.24%
8,585,370 193%

TEL

TE Connectivity Ltd. $ 76 -3.48
 ▼ -4.38%
6,515,866 178%

RY

Royal Bank Of Canada $ 73.91 -1
 ▼ -1.33%
2,045,837 167%

RES

RPC, Inc. $ 10.69 -.70
 ▼ -6.15%
4,664,268 165%

IIIN

Insteel Industries, Inc. Insteel Industries, Inc. $ 20.33 -.83
 ▼ -3.92%
399,056 160%

KMB

Kimberly-Clark Corporation $ 112.15 -3.08
 ▼ -2.67%
4,859,612 128%

GPN

Global Payments Inc. $ 111.28 -1.41
 ▼ -1.25%
2,971,561 127%

HTHT

Huazhu Group Limited Huazhu Group Limited $ 30.56 -.60
 ▼ -1.93%
2,815,346 126%

ENLK

EnLink Midstream Partners, LP $ 12.51 -.81
 ▼ -6.08%
3,545,184 123%

SFNC

Simmons First National Corporation Simmons First National Corporation $ 25.25 -.92
 ▼ -3.52%
844,082 118%

QCOM

QUALCOMM Incorporated QUALCOMM Incorporated $ 51.77 -2.52
 ▼ -4.64%
33,722,025 90%

NTRS

Northern Trust Corporation Northern Trust Corporation $ 89.93 -.60
 ▼ -.66%
2,562,554 88%

PCRX

Pacira Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Pacira Pharmaceuticals, Inc. $ 39.81 -.65
 ▼ -1.61%
990,150 88%

PTC

PTC Inc. $ 84.64 -1.17
 ▼ -1.36%
2,368,009 85%

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