Pre-market Movers: ENZ, HUBC, SRPT, MNPR, THMO…

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The following are some of the stocks making big moves in Friday's pre-market trading (as of 07.00 A.M. ET).

In the Green

Enzo Biochem, Inc. (ENZ) is up over 81% at $2.16.
HUB Cyber Security (Israel) Ltd. (HUBC) is up over 23% at $2.96.
Monopar Therapeutics Inc. (MNPR) is up over 19% at $3.31.
Biomea Fusion, Inc. (BMEA) is up over 16% at $18.00.
PaxMedica, Inc. (PXMD) is up over 14% at $2.56.
FedEx Corporation (FDX) is up over 12% at $228.91.
Applied Digital Corporation (APLD) is up over 12% at $2.24.
COMSovereign Holding Corp. (COMS) is up over 9% at $2.18.
Ares Commercial Real Estate Corporation (ACRE) is up over 8% at $9.97.
Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc. (CPS) is up over 7% at $14.94.
Frontline plc (FRO) is up over 5% at $16.71.

In the Red

Sarepta Therapeutics, Inc. (SRPT) is down over 19% at $120.10.
ThermoGenesis Holdings, Inc. (THMO) is down over 18% at $4.91.
Optex Systems Holdings, Inc (OPXS) is down over 17% at $2.59.
Elevation Oncology, Inc. (ELEV) is down over 8% at $2.14.
First Republic Bank (FRC) is down over 5% at $32.53.
GoHealth, Inc. (GOCO) is down over 5% at $16.48.

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