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October 4th, 2007
Altair Nanotech Inc. Gains 5.09% On Higher Volume
Altair Nanotech Inc. (NASDAQ: ALTI | charts | news | PowerRating) gained 5.09% Thursday on volume of 1,228,536, which was higher than its three-month average 693,069, to end the day at $3.51.
Other companies in the sector include Ultralife Batteries (NASDAQ: ULBI), Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG), and Pacific Ethanol (NASDAQ: PEIX).
Altair Nanotechnology is a component of the International Security Exchange-Cronus Capital Market (ISE-CCM) Alternative Energy Index. Complete information is available from the ISE-CCM page at http://www.ccmopportunitybase.com.
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