Editor's Note: In this feature from Stockpickr, we highlight lists of stocks that have made new highs, lows or seen other unusual activity.
: As the price of crude oil rose on the New York Mercantile Exchange Thursday, industry heavyweight
added $1.42, or 1.7%, to a 52-week high of $84.77.
: Fuel cell maker
( HOKU) skyrocketed 47% after the company announced a $678 million polysilicon contract. Beginning in 2009, Hoku will deliver polyscilicon to
over a 10-year period. Hoku shares rose $2.15 to $6.75.
plunged to $41.33, a 52-week low, after the Food and Drug Administration indicated it would reject the company's weight-loss drug Zimulti. The news sent shares tumbling $1.74, or 4%.
decreased 8% Thursday, after the microturbine maker reported a slump in fourth-quarter and full-year revenue. Shares of the Chatsworth, Calif.-based company fell 9 cents, landing at $1.03.
: Trading at double its average volume,
increased 3.8% during Thursday's rally. Unlike its fellow American homebuilders, the Mexico-based company is steadily expanding and recently reported 20% growth in first-quarter revenues. Shares gained $2.29 closing at $62.59.
was experiencing unusual options activity.
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