-$0.35 (-13.4%)
Closing price December 3, 2021
Two electric vehicle stocks were headed in opposite directions on Monday.
Here are previews of five companies set to report quarterly results after markets close Thursday. Some are meme stocks with a wide range of values over the past 12 months.
Decliners led advancers in Tuesday's midday market trading, but sentiment keeps bouncing back so who knows how the trading session will close?
One new 52-week high and one new low among our featured Monday meme stocks.
Here's a look at meme stocks that have been moving Thursday morning, plus a peek at trading in the SPAC that plans a merger with former President Trump's still non-existent media company.
Markets have been muted today with most sectors traded lower. Meme stock moves as of noon Friday have followed the same script, but the day is still young.
Losers far outnumbered winners among meme stocks in the noon hour Monday. The gains and losses were moderate, however.
Meme stocks mostly were trading in the red Friday, with a few of the stocks posting big drops after several sessions of big gains.
While stocks struggled to keep early gains following Tuesday's dip, meme stocks were less successful at beating off sellers.
Trading in meme stocks was muted before the opening bell Monday. Here's how some of Friday's big movers were faring.
Several meme stocks made big moves on Thursday, and we're likely to see some big moves in bitcoin-related shares Friday following China's action making crypto trading illegal for the country's...
Meme stocks are following the overall market again Wednesday, with more gainers than losers as of midday.
Many meme stocks followed the market lower on Monday, but there were some exceptions, including one ETF that bets against China.
Here's a look at four meme stocks, including SmileDirectClub and IronNet, making big moves at midday Friday.
Two meme stocks posted gains of more than 20% on Thursday. Can they keep the trend going Friday?