12 Information Technology Stocks Moving In Friday’s After-Market Session – Iris Energy (NASDAQ:IREN), Dave (NASDAQ:DAVE), Ascent Solar Technologies

Alexis Juanita

Gainers

  • Backblaze BLZE shares moved upwards by 7.9% to $5.58 during Friday’s after-market session. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $176.8 million.
  • Dave DAVE shares rose 7.05% to $0.42. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $156.8 million.
  • Oblong OBLG stock increased by 5.33% to $0.18. The company’s market cap stands at $5.6 million.
  • IronNet IRNT shares increased by 5.06% to $0.59. The company’s market cap stands at $60.2 million.
  • Iris Energy IREN stock moved upwards by 4.85% to $3.89. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $213.8 million.
  • Agora API shares increased by 4.69% to $3.57. Today’s trading volume for this security ended up closing at 341.8K shares, which is 54.0 percent of its average volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $413.7 million.

Losers

  • Minim MINM shares declined by 12.6% to $0.28 during Friday’s after-market session. Today’s trading volume for this security ended up closing at 244.1K shares, which is 76.2 percent of its average volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $13.0 million.
  • Dropbox DBX shares fell 4.25% to $20.18. The company’s market cap stands at $7.4 billion.
  • Mawson Infra Gr MIGI stock decreased by 3.87% to $0.43. The company’s market cap stands at $35.1 million.
  • Hewlett Packard HPE shares decreased by 3.17% to $12.07. Trading volume for this security closed at 595.2K, accounting for 5.4% of its average full-day volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $15.5 billion.
  • Amkor Technology AMKR stock decreased by 3.13% to $17.36. The company’s market cap stands at $4.2 billion.
  • Ascent Solar Technologies ASTI shares fell 2.85% to $3.75. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $123.7 million.
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