Gainers

Borqs Technologies (NASDAQ:BRQS) shares increased by 9.36% to $1.52 during Wednesday’s after-market session. This security traded at a volume of 3.9 million shares come close, making up 118.35% of its average volume over the last 100 days. The company’s market cap stands at $67.1 million.

Lightspeed POS (NYSE:LSPD) shares rose 5.39% to $78.69. Lightspeed POS’s trading volume hit 9.9K shares by close, accounting for 2.73% of its average volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $9.2 billion.

Zendesk (NYSE:ZEN) stock moved upwards by 4.4% to $153.49. Today’s trading volume for this security ended up closing at 160.6K shares, which is 11.49 percent of its average volume over the last 100 days. The company’s market cap stands at $17.9 billion.

ShotSpotter (NASDAQ:SSTI) shares increased by 4.26% to $46.5. Today’s trading volume for this security ended up closing at 7.5K shares, which is

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Gainers

RealNetworks (NASDAQ:RNWK) shares increased by 23.99% to $2.17 during Thursday’s after-market session. At the close, RealNetworks’s trading volume reached 1.3 million shares. This is 374.08% of its average volume over the last 100 days. The market value of their outstanding shares is at $83.0 million.

Sierra Wireless (NASDAQ:SWIR) shares rose 12.93% to $20.78. At the close, Sierra Wireless’s trading volume reached 68.4K shares. This is 20.74% of its average volume over the last 100 days. The company’s market cap stands at $757.5 million.

GTT Communications (NYSE:GTT) shares moved upwards by 8.99% to $4.12. This security traded at a volume of 88.3K shares come close, making up 13.67% of its average volume over the last 100 days. The company’s market cap stands at $242.3 million.

MMTEC (NASDAQ:MTC) shares increased by 4.74% to $1.99. MMTEC’s trading volume hit 142.8K shares by close, accounting for 4.55% of its average volume over the

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KEY POINTS

  • Shares of Hyundai and Kia surged as a potential deal with Apple to build electric vehicles emerges
  • The $3.59 billion deal is expected to be finalized on Feb. 17
  • The first Apple Car will most likely be self-driving, or autonomous

Shares of South Korean automakers Kia and parent company Hyundai surged Thursday after news of a potential deal with Apple to manufacture autonomous electric cars. 

Hyundai and Kia saw their shares rise by 1.22% and 0.31%, respectively, in the Thursday morning trade after it was revealed both were close to finalizing the $3.59 billion deal with Apple to produce electric vehicles at the Kia assembly plant in Georgia. 

A South Korean news outlet said Apple and the two car manufacturers are expected to sign the deal on Feb. 17. 

The agreement comes after years of speculation about whether the game-changing tech company known for its iPhones, iWatches and

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