Stocks fell on Friday pushing the Dow down 185.46 points, the S&P 500 down 12.43 points, and the NASDAQ down 14.66 points. IAMGOLD shares tumbled on large volume traded after the Company was initiated with a sell at Goldman.
Provectus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (OTC: PVCT) – shares closed up 9.53% last Friday and hit a new 52-week high of $1.14.The Company traded nearly 1.9 million shares after BUYINS.NET updated a squeeze trigger report on the stock. Provcetus is a development-stage pharmaceutical company that engages in developing pharmaceuticals for oncology and dermatology indications.
Pacific Clean Water Technologies, Inc. (OTC: PCWT) – Last Friday shares of Pacific Clean Water closed up 7.49% on a little over 10 million shares traded. The stock is up roughly 140% in the last four trading days. The Company engages in the provision and operation of on-site chemical and non-chemical water treatment programs for the treatment of boilers, cooling systems, and process systems in the southwestern United States.
IAMGOLD Corp. (NYSE: IAG) – shares fell 11.92% this past Friday with a significant boost in volume traded. The stock traded 31.5 million shares in comparison to an average trading volume of about 8.5 million. The Company announced last week that the Société d'Exploration des Mines d'Or de Yatela S.A, a joint venture between IAMGOLD (40%), AngloGold Ashanti (40%) and the government of Mali (20%), has decided to suspend mining excavation activities at the Yatela Mine in Mali effective September 30, 2013. Goldman has initiated a sell on the stock.
Exide Technologies (OTC: XIDEQ) – Exide Technologies shares tumbled to close down almost 32% this past Friday. The stock traded roughly 11.7 million shares that day in comparison to an average of about 2.1 million shares. The Company manufactures and supplies lead-acid batteries for transportation and industrial applications worldwide.
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