The shares sparked strong interest from retail investors on social media at press time early Tuesday.
AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc (NYSE: AMC): The theatrical exhibition company hit hard by the current COVID-19 pandemic has become a favorite with retail investors this year.
Often hotly discussed action on r / WallStreetBets, AMC sparked a lot of interest on the Reddit forum known for its short presses on Monday.
Last month, AMC announced that it would reward its shareholders with free popcorn as part of a new investor connection program.
AMC shares have climbed 2,350.9% since the start of 2021. On Friday, the company’s shares closed down 4.2% at $ 51.96 in the regular session after Iceberg Research ad taking a short position and gained 1.83% more to $ 52.91 during the after hours session.
Advanced Micro-Appliances, Inc (NASDAQ: AMD): The Santa Clara, California-based semiconductor company competes with companies like Intel company (NASDAQ: INTC) and NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA).
Taiwanese graphics card company PowerColor’s website reportedly featured previously unreleased Radeon RX6600 and RX 6600 XT graphics cards, Notebookcheck.net reported.
This, according to Notebookcheck.net, could be an indicator that an announcement on the 6600 series is imminent. PowerColor is a licensed producer of AMD Radeon video cards.
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The company’s non-GAAP first-quarter earnings per share of 52 cents topped consensus estimates of 44 cents. In a similar period last year, AMD posted EPS of 18 cents. On Monday night, AMD was among the trending names on WSB.
AMD shares closed up 1.49% at $ 94.70 in regular trading on Friday and fell 0.13% in the after-hours session.
The company’s shares have risen 3.3% year-to-date.
DiDi Global Inc (NYSE: DIDI): the Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) the supported ridesharing company is akin to Uber Technologies Inc (NYSE: UBER) in terms of the services it provides.
Last week, the company staged its U.S. IPO valuing 316.8 million shares at $ 14 per share.
Over the weekend, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) called on app stores, including those operated by Apple, to stop offering the company’s app because of “violations. serious laws and regulations â.
The CAC cited the illegal collection and use of users’ personal data as grounds for its directive.
DiDi took third place in Stocktwit’s Top Ten Trend Feeds list. The company also tended to WSB.
DiDi shares closed down 5.3% at $ 15.53 in Friday’s regular session and fell 1.03% in after-hours trading to $ 15.37.
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