U.S. markets seem to be stuck in a range—caught between 1,385 and 1,425 on the S&P 500. First the election and now, the "fiscal cliff"…waiting for Washington has become a constant theme on Wall Street.
"We have gone from robust summer action to, election correction to sideways action on anemic volume," says Art Hogan, Lazard Capital Markets Head of Product Strategy Equity Research. "Special situation trading is the only game in town and it's a very dangerous game."
But, if you're looking for some action, there is still plenty of volatility to be found – here are three stocks that saw unusual moves Thursday: