SOYL grows, ILNS deals, WWBP sinks

Posted on: April 11th, 2011
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American Soil Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: SOYL) rocketed 168.3% to 1.1 cents by noon ET Monday. Volume for the stock was 20,000 shares, or three times its daily volume. SOYL is the leading supplier of super-absorbent polymer soil amendments and other applicable products in the multi-billion-dollar turf, retail horticulture, and agriculture markets.

Intellect Neurosciences Inc. (Pink Sheets: ILNS) dealt in 84.1 million shares by midday Monday, or five times its full-day average. Prices vaulted 38.5% to 18-100ths of a cent, only a week after ILNS received a new patent from the Israeli Patent and Trademark Office related to OX1, the Company’s clinical-stage drug candidate.

Worldwide Biotech & Pharmaceutical Company (Pink Sheets: WWBP) saw its share price halved to three-100ths of a cent Monday, on volumes of 50,000 shares, routing a daily average around 1,780.

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