NEW YORK (
was the biggest gainer among small-caps Monday afternoon after it announced late Friday that it would buy assets owned by
for $105 million.
Shares were soaring 17% to $4.23 on volumes of nearly 12 million in early afternoon trading.
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were climbing 9% to $2.51 on unusually high volumes of over 6 million. There was no headline on Monday on the stock. The stock skyrocketed 29% last week, though amid a rally in optical networking stocks following strong results from
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was a notable winner on Monday after legendary hedge fund manager Seth Klarman's
group disclosed a new position in the company. The fund bought 5.6 million shares in the company, making it among the top ten holdings in the portfolio by market value.
saw its stock jump 8% to $6.70. The company said Monday it filed a response to a request for additional information by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality regarding the company's radioactive material license application for the Goliad in-situ recovery project in South Texas. The radioactive material license is the last state-level authorization needed for the company's Goliad ISR project.
Meanwhile shares of uranium miner
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continued to climb, rising another 6.5% to $4.41. The stock is up 20% year to date.
Shares of solar companies
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were rising 4.8% to $8.10 and 4.3% to $13.46 in Monday trading.
-- Written by Shanthi Bharatwaj in New York
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