Progenity Inc.

+$0.01 (+1.5%)
Closing Price on June 24, 2024

PROG Chart and Intraday Price

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Asset Type ETF
Exchange NASDAQ
Sector Healthcare
Industry Biotechnology

PROG Articles

Two meme stocks were trading with gains of around 20% at noon on Monday.
Retail investors may be revving up a short squeeze on a stock that was hammered on Monday.
Just like the broader markets, the meme stocks mostly traded lower on Tuesday.
The Omicron variant of the coronavirus was having its way with global equity markets on Tuesday.
Here's a look at four meme stocks that were trading at the top or bottom end of our watch list.
Stocks were roughly evenly split between winners and losers in the noon hour Wednesday. The stocks trading higher were putting up better numbers, however.
U.S. markets were struggling to get into the green Tuesday. Meme stocks were no exception.
Meme stocks as a group traded lower Monday and were not seeing much action in Tuesday's premarket session.
One of the OG meme stocks made a sharp move higher last week, and a couple of analysts' ratings moved two more in different directions.
Shares of electric vehicle makers are hot, hot, hot, right now. How long can the run last?
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.
Earning results could be driving price movements among some meme stocks today. There also appears to be another stab at a short squeeze on one of the stocks.
Here's a look a four meme stocks that were moving on Monday.
Meme stocks had a mixed day on Friday, with one big loser and one big winner, and Monday's premarket trading seemed a bit muted.
Shares of marijuana grower and retailer Sundial exploded higher Friday morning. They had almost reached a buck, and some retail investors are predicting a rocket ride to $4.20.