Thursday, August 7, 2014

8-7-14: End of Day - Headlines, Stock Movers, New 52 Wk. Highs/Lows, Unusual Option Volume

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  • Indices down.
  • Momentum still falling.
  • Advance / Decline still negative.
  • Fed easing is coming to an end.
  • Iraq: The US is back in (sort of).
  • Not the End of the World.
  • LIME Explodes (after it implodes).
  • PLUG: Did You Know All of This? (below).


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Chart of the Day: LIME

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Lime Energy (LIME_) exploded more than 150% on Thursday after the company announced it had earned approximately $180 million in new utility program business.

The awards come from both modified and new agreements with four separate utilities.

"These significant contract awards extend Lime Energy's leadership position in providing small business solutions to US utilities. Our ability to cost effectively bring energy efficiency at scale to this customer segment while driving high customer satisfaction is proving to be of tremendous value to the utility of the future," said President and CEO Adam Procell in a statement.

Source: Why Lime Energy (LIME) Stock Is Exploding Today, written by Andrew Meola.

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