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11-08 :: August 2011


nanotimes Trends Quotes


“The American Jobs Act is a jobs plan for Barack Obama‘s America. The United States is a bigger country than that.”


Daniel Henninger: Obama‘s Two Economies, In: WSJ.com, September 15, 2011


“If the savings and reform efforts of the Greek govern- ment aren‘t successful, then we need to ask the questi- on of whether we need new rules to make it possible for a euro country to leave the currency union.”


Volker Bouffier, the governor of the state of Hesse, Germany, In: Spiegel Online International, 09/10/2011


“As I look back on the last five months, I am pleased with the progress that we have made and are making. More importantly, I remain more excited than ever with the opportunity that we have to build BioMers into a world class company at the forefront of innova- tion in material science applied to medical technology. We are very focused on building SimpliClear as the first important step in that direction.”


David N. Edwards, CEO, BioMers Pte Ltd in an interview on genewired.com, September 13, 2011


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Biggest Gainers / Decliners


A123 Systems (AONE) -22.74% (08/08/2011) -09.78% (08/12/2011) +45.11% (08/11/2011) +9.30% (08/25/2011) +14.58% (09/07/2011)


Alcatel-Lucent ADS (ALU) +9.17 (08/05/2011)


“In the next 3-5 years I see Nanosys-enabled products in the hands of hundreds of millions of consumers.”


Jason Hartlove, CEO of Nanostart-holding Nanosys in an interview with Vincent Caprio, In: Vincent Caprio’s blog, September 07, 2011


BioSante Pharmaceuticals (BPAX) -17.78% (08/04/2011)


CVD Equipment (CVV) +12.85% (08/24/2011)


Headwaters (HW) +6.19% (08/02/2011) -14.16% (08/10/2011)


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