Sidus Space Inc. shares traded 37% higher after the satellite technology company reported it has expanded the scope of its working relationship and increased deliverables to Teledyne Technologies Inc. Sidus stated that revenues registered under its contracts with Teledyne in Q2/22 were the highest amounts earned over the course of its four-year relationship with that company.
Vertical Aerospace Ltd.'s shares traded 70% higher after the eVTOL aircraft designer and manufacturer reported it secured a pre-delivery payment commitment from American Airlines Group for the first 50 units of its VX4 eVTOL aircraft. The firm advised it received a separate order for 50 VX4s from a business jet operator in Belgium.
Shares of Canoo Inc. traded 57% higher after the company reported that Walmart has contracted to purchase 4,500 of its electric Lifestyle Delivery Vehicles for use in its growing e-commerce business. The agreement includes an option for 5,500 additional units.
Shares of this all-electric, off-road powersports vehicle company traded 47% after it reported thousands of pre-orders for its class-leading 125 hp Stag EV over the course of just 14 days. The orders are expected to provide the firm with an additional $70 million in revenue.
Algoma Steel Group Inc. shares traded 18% higher after the North American light gauge rolled steel sheet and plate products producer reported financial results for Q4/22 and FY/22 featuring a 112% YoY increase in consolidated revenue.
After weathering some major setbacks, PetVivo Holdings Inc. is stepping it up. With their new product for osteoarthritis and the team's perseverance, they may soon show themselves as a diamond in the rough.
On a day when the DJIA dropped more than 1,200 points, shares of TJX Companies Inc. traded 6.5% higher after the company reported financial results for Q1/23 that highlighted a 3% YoY growth in same store sales at its T.J. Maxx and Marshalls stores.
Clearwater Paper Corp. shares traded 22.5% higher after the company reported Q1/22 financial results that included a 15% increase in YoY net sales. The firm said it sees continued strength in its paperboard business along with improvements in its parent roll tissue business and has been able to command higher prices to offset higher raw materials and transportation costs.