Afternoon Movers: RIG, DYN, CVV, DSTI, MYGN
Tuesday, October 12, 2021 3:47 PM

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Shares of Transocean Ltd. (NYSE: RIG) rallied more than 4% after US Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced this afternoon that the Obama administration is lifting its moratorium on deepwater drilling.

Dynegy Inc. (NYSE: DYN) surged more than 3% on Tuesday after a regulatory filing disclosed that various funds associated with activist investor Carl Icahn had bought an aggregate 12 million shares, or 9.95% of total shares outstanding for $57.5 million.

CVD Equipment Corporation (NASDAQ: CVV) soared more than 18% after the company announced that it has received an initial order for $3.4 million from a solar panel manufacturer to provide deposition production tools for their solar factory. 

DayStar Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: DSTI) jumped more than 33% after the company said that it received a letter last week from The NASDAQ Stock Market indicating that the Company now complies with NASDAQ Listing Rule 5605(c)(2).

Myriad Genetics, Inc. (NASDAQ: MYGN) soared more than 10% on Tuesday, a day after the announced that based on recent clinical validation, its newest molecular diagnostic product, PROLARIS, accurately predicts survival with prostate cancer. The findings were presented at the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) Congress in Milan, Italy. 

Disclosure: Author doesn't own any of the stocks discussed here.



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