Canoo Inc.

+$0.09 (+1.6%)
Closing price January 24, 2022
U.S. stock markets were having an off-day Tuesday, and the meme stocks were as well -- with the exception of a look-alike to GameStop's position one year ago.
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Friday’s top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Bank of New York Mellon, Canoo, Cigna, Fiserv, Invesco, Merck, ONEOK, Progressive, Robinhood Markets, Ross Stores and Wayfair.
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U.S. markets were trading lower in the noon hour Monday, and the meme stocks were not running counter to the broad market.
Just like the broader markets, the meme stocks mostly traded lower on Tuesday.
Meme stocks as a group traded lower Monday and were not seeing much action in Tuesday's premarket session.
Two electric vehicle stocks were headed in opposite directions on Monday.
Nearly every electric vehicle stock traded lower Thursday, as investors likely were pocketing some profits on the recent runup in these stocks.
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Two EV makers are among Tuesday's big gainers at noontime. A short squeeze could be the cause of another big runup and, the so-called Biden SPAC is moving higher as well.
Rivian's blockbuster IPO on Wednesday lifted the shares of virtually every EV maker. Even legacy carmakers got a boost.
Thursday's meme stock movers included electric vehicle makers Canoo and Lucid.
A heavily shorted stock is getting another boost from what looks to be a continuing short squeeze.
Trading in meme stocks was muted before the opening bell Monday. Here's how some of Friday's big movers were faring.