EVEN CARVER BANCORP CAN'T EXPLAIN THE STOCK'S 260% RISE

Carver Bancorp Inc (NASDAQ: CARV) stock dropped 17 percent on Friday morning after the company on Thursday afternoon issued a press release addressing the recent surge in trading activity read more

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