Today’s top U.S. stocks: Novocure Limited (NVCR ↑8.4%), Gold Fields ADR (GFI ↑7.5%)

Posted: 30 November 2021 4:45 pm

See the 10 biggest gainers on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq on Nov. 30, 2021

The best performing stocks in NYSE and Nasdaq trading today were Novocure Limited (NVCR, up 8.4%) and Gold Fields ADR (GFI, up 7.5%).

The market as a whole was down for the day, with the Nasdaq Composite losing 1.5% and the NYSE 2.2%. Traders still seem worried about the threat of the latest COVID variation on the global economy.

Biggest movers in U.S. markets Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021

The top market gained was Novocure Limited (NVCR), a NASDAQ company. The move was apparently driven by word that its CEO had bought a block of shares.

It rose 8.4% to reach $101.20.

“Insider buying is usually a bullish sign,” said Finder’s Investments Publisher Ron Prichard.[/fin_hide]

Find out more about investing in Novocure Limited in Finder’s full guide.

Second biggest gainer today was Gold Fields ADR (GFI), up 7.5%. The company is a large gold miner.

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The top gainers today were:

Novocure Limited (NVCR)$101.208.4%
Gold Fields Limited ADRs (GFI)$11.747.5%
Sasol Ltd. ADRs (SSL)$16.655.5%
10X Genomics Inc. (TXG)$152.315.4%
Xpeng Inc. ADRs (XPEV)$53.975.1%
Li Auto Inc. ADRs (LI)$35.783.8%
Exact Sciences Corporation (EXAS)$89.713.6%
Shopify Inc. (SHOP)$1620.743.4%
Novavax Inc. (NVAX)$199.783.0%

Market movers Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021

Each weekday we round up the biggest gainers on the NYSE and Nasdaq, ranked by price percentage from market open to market close. To avoid higher price volatility we only include stocks with market caps of more than $10 billion. Price changes are calculated from the open to the close on the trading day, but these prices may be subject to minor variation depending on data availability.

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