Shares of SolarWinds, Inc. (NYSE:SWI) soared $5.61 (or +13.40%) to $47.49 on Friday’s trading session as the company said that it is reviewing alternatives to maximize stockholder value, including a potential sale
6,438,724 shares of the company exchanged hands during the day, a large increase in activity compared with its average volume (3m) of 1,185,850
SolarWinds, which provides powerful and affordable hybrid IT infrastructure management software to customers worldwide, has 76.60M Shares Outstanding, Market Capitalization (intraday) of $3.64B and SWI stock 52-week range is $35.00 – $53.44 per share
The price of Check-Cap Ltd. (Nasdaq:CHEK) stock skyrocketed $0.73 (or +29.79%) to $3.10 after investment analysts at Maxim Group initiated coverage on the company with a Buy rating and a price target of $18.00 per share, representing a significant potential upside versus current levels.
80,260 shares of the company were traded on Friday’s market activity
Check-Cap, a clinical stage medical diagnostics company, has 10.80M Shares Outstanding, Market Capitalization (intraday) of $34.34M and CHEK stock 52-week range is between $1.82 and $6.30 per share
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