INM stock was up 70.5% when normal trading hours ended on Tuesday. That came as some 101 million shares changed hands. For the record, its daily average trading volume is well below that at roughly 1.6 million shares.
The rally of INM stock yesterday came about after the company data for its Alzheimer’s drug candidate. The big news here is positive proof-of-concept study results.
Here’s what InMed Pharmaceuticals said about these study results:
“Based on early in vitro research, INM-901 showed potential to target several biological pathways associated with Alzheimer’s, including neuroprotection to the brain neurons from beta-amyloid peptide-induced toxicity and improving neuronal function via extension of neurite length.”
INM Stock Movement Today
Considering the major rise InMed Pharmaceuticals’ stock underwent yesterday, it makes sense it would give up some of those gains the following day.
This has INM stock down 25.4% as of Wednesday morning, with some 379,000 shares traded. That trading volume is still a ways off from its daily average. That’s a good sign for investors as it means today’s movement isn’t a case of traders dumping INM shares at the rally.
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