Pre-market Movers: REV, ASTL, VNRX, VORB, GGR…

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The following are some of the stocks making big moves in Wednesday's pre-market trading (as of 06.40 A.M. ET).

In the Green

Revlon, Inc. (REV) is up over 21% at $2.27
Algoma Steel Group Inc. (ASTL) is up over 15% at $9.14
VolitionRx Limited (VNRX) is up over 15% at $2.27
Virgin Orbit Holdings, Inc. (VORB) is up over 14% at $2.98
Gogoro Inc. (GGR) is up over 13% at $5.19
Dune Acquisition Corporation (DUNE) is up over 11% at $11.11
374Water Inc. Common Stock (SCWO) is up over 11% at $3.57
New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. (EDU) is up over 8% at $23.04
ReneSola Ltd (SOL) is up over 8% at $4.80
Endeavour Silver Corp. (EXK) is up over 8% at $3.70
Invitae Corporation (NVTA) is up over 7% at $2.38
Gaotu Techedu Inc. (GOTU) is up over 7% at $2.04
Incyte Corporation (INCY) is up over 6% at $70.80

In the Red

Comera Life Sciences Holdings, Inc. (CMRA) is down over 13% at $2.29
Belite Bio, Inc (BLTE) is down over 11% at $24.95
Symbotic Inc. (SYM) is down over 11% at $13.92
IronNet, Inc. (IRNT) is down over 10% at $2.29
Planet Labs PBC (PL) is down over 8% at $4.69
MicroStrategy Incorporated (MSTR) is down over 7% at $145.50
Borr Drilling Limited (BORR) is down over 7% at $5.44
Tuya Inc. (TUYA) is down over 5% at $2.80

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