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June 15th, 2012
Shares of A123 Systems tumbled more than 13 percent before Wednesday's opening bell, after Wunderlich Securities said that the struggling electric vehicle battery maker's promise of new technology down the road won't be enough to keep it afloat for long.
On Tuesday, the Waltham, Mass., company announced that it had developed new lithium ion technology capable of operating in extreme heat or cold. Heat generated by powerful, next-generation batteries is one of the biggest hurdles in developing cars that do not use fossil fuels.
The news sent A123 soaring to close up 52 percent at $1.58 after a day of extremely heavy trading.
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