Shares of DMH International Inc. (OTC: DMHI), a medical software and device company, are soaring in trading today. At last check, DMHI shares were trading 39.13% higher at $0.0320 on above average volume of 9.52 million. The stock hit an intra-day high of $0.04 earlier today. Despite the sharp rise in trading today, DMHI shares have fallen more than 73% in the last three trading sessions.
DMHI shares are gaining after the company announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Touch Medical Solutions Inc. received approval from U.S. FDA for its medical imaging software suite, TouchPACS.
Shares of Freddie Mac (OTC: FMCC), a government-sponsored enterprise conducting business in the secondary mortgage market, have risen sharply in trading today. At last check, FMCC shares were trading 5.60% higher at $0.300 on above average volume of 975,243.
FMCC shares are gaining momentum after the company reported earnings of $4.5 billion for the fourth quarter of 2012. This was the company’s fifth straight profitable quarter. FMCC also said that it paid dividend of $1.8 billion to the U.S. Treasury. The company has also not requested any additional federal aid.
Shares of Tactical Air Defense Services Inc. (PINK: TADF), a development-stage company operating as a flight training contractor in the U.S., are rallying in trading today. At last check, TADF shares were trading 25% higher at $0.0005 on above average volume of 107.99 million.
TADF shares are soaring after the company announced that The Court of Appeals, Fifth District of Texas at Dallas, ruled in favor of the company in its appeal of the $2 million lower court ruling against TADF. The Court of Appeals has also reversed the original ruling from the lower court and remanded the case back to the lower trial court.