Stock finished mixed Monday as investors questioned whether the Biden administration would be able to deliver another stimulus package for the battered U.S. economy.
Here are some of the top gainers for Monday:
1. GameStop | Percentage Increase 18%
GameStop (GME) - Get Report climbed to a fresh record and the stock was halted another three times by the New York Stock Exchange after Andrew Left, managing partner of short-seller Citron, said last week it abandoning the video game retailer's stock because of harassment from bulls.
2. Express | Percentage Increase 132%
The company is one of several heavily shorted stocks that have blasted off in line with GameStop’s recent surge.
3. AMC Entertainment Holdings | Percentage Increase 26%
AMC Entertainment Holdings (AMC) - Get Report jumped after the cinema-chain operator said it had raised $917 million in debt and equity. The move takes bankruptcy "completely off the table" and allows it to extend its "financial runway," AMC said.
4. BlackBerry | Percentage Increase 28%
BlackBerry (BB) - Get Report investors boosted the security software and services company's stock to a 52-week high, but the company was unaware of any developments that might account for the move.
Some Twitter commenters noted that BlackBerry has been mentioned on online message boards such as Reddit.
5. TS Innovation Acquisitions | Percentage Increase 45%
Shares of TS Innovation Acquisitions TSIA jumped after building software maker Latch said it would be going public through a merger with the special purpose acquisition company in a deal that will value Latch at $1.56 billion.