FXPT leaps, CBAI busy, PTS in the pits

Posted on: March 23rd, 2011
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Fox Petroleum Inc. (Pink Sheets: FXPT) shot out of the blocks 185.7% higher in price to two cents. Volume for the stock was one million shares, dwarfing an all-day average of 306,739, after signing a letter of intent to with Camelot Oil Energy S.A. to develop and finance oil projects located in Latin America.

Cord Blood America Inc. (OTCBB: CBAI) dealt in a whopping 22.1 million shares early Wednesday morning, about halfway to its all-day average. Share prices were flat, though, at 23-100ths of a cent. The Vegas-based CBAI is an umbilical cord blood stem cell preservation company focused on bringing the life saving potential of stem cells to families nationwide and internationally.

PTS Inc. (Pink Sheets: PTSH) took a stumble Wednesday morning, losing 50% of its price strength to one-100th of a cent, on volume of 30,350 shares. Regular daily volume is around 15.9 million.

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