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Shares of Zoom are in high demand on Thursday morning but there's one problem: It appears to be a case of mistaken identity.
Rather, Zoom Technologies is a tiny Chinese wireless communications company that "does not have significant operations," according to its profile on Yahoo. But within two hours of trading, shares of ZOOM surged more than 80%, with trading volume that was quadruple the amount of shares that change hands on the average day. The stock later returned most of those gains, ending the day up 10.2%.
Zoom Technologies also has a market value of just $14 million and began 2019 trading at 1 cent a share. At a high of $5.50 a share in midday trading, the stock was up more than 47,000% this year.
Zoom Video Communications stock is in high demand Thursday, as the shares made their debut on the Nasdaq at $65 a share – nearly double the $36 a share the company priced its IPO at Wednesday.