Third Wave, Sequenom Shares Post Double-Digit Gains | GenomeWeb
Shares in both Third Wave Technologies and Sequenom rose sharply in the past five trading days, though neither firm reported any news. Third Wave climbed 17.25 percent to close at $5.98 for the trading period ended Tuesday. Shares in Sequenom, which was the focus of a brief article Monday on the influential investing site The Motley Fool, rose 11.3 percent to close at $3.94.
Only three firms in the BCW Index lost value for the week, led by Bruker BioSciences, which fell 3.26 percent.

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