10 Unusual Stocks Attracting Huge Interest This Morning


Here’s where we see the heat this morning:

Bank of America laughing off Wikileaks fears, a for-profit college is crashing, and more…

CAPITAL STRUCTURE: TIC Capital falling after announcing pricing of $10.25 on a new share issue

MANAGEMENT CHANGE: For profit educator Corinthian Colleges (COCO) diving after announcing the departure of its CEO

M&A: Insurer United Fire & Casualty will buy Mercer Insurance (MIGP) for $28 per share, Mercer soaring

EARNINGS: Digital camera chip maker Omnivision (OVTI) spiking after reporting last night that its profit tripled

WIKILEAKS SCARE: Bank of America (BAC) fell yesterday on suspicion Wikileaks would disclose bad news, but shares rebounding today

Casino operator Melco Crown popping as Macau gaming revenues are reported as up 42% year over year in November

EARNINGS: Chinese power firm A-Power (APWR) crashing after the company slashes its outlook

WILD: Home soda-fountain maker Sodastream (SODA) rebounding after getting gouged yesterday

EARNINGS: DryShips (DRYS) rebounding on strong pre-market volume after dropping yesterday

BHP Billiton ADRs (BHP) jumping after the shares rose in Sydney. BHP has signaled that it will continue its expansion into potash despite losing the Potash Corp deal

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