Wednesday's session: most active stocks

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Let's have a look at the most active stocks in today's session.

Today's most active stocks

GMBL0.0%ESPORTS ENTERTAINMENT GROUP's (NASDAQ:GMBL) traded a high volume of 211.67M shares.
XELA-5.5%187.56M shares of EXELA TECHNOLOGIES INC (NASDAQ:XELA) exchanged hands today. Leading to a price decrease of 5.5%.
HLBZ-20.66%121.39M shares of HELBIZ INC (NASDAQ:HLBZ) exchanged hands today. The share price decreased by 20.66%. Yesterday the company had a press release: Helbiz Announces Over 1300 Pre-Orders Generating over 2.2M $ in future sales.
TSLA0.45%114.34M shares of TESLA INC (NASDAQ:TSLA) exchanged hands today. Shares are rising by 0.45%.
AMZN-0.37%So far 65.59M shares of AMAZON.COM INC (NASDAQ:AMZN) have traded in today's session. Shares are falling by 0.37%.
ENSC30.24%ENSYSCE BIOSCIENCES INC's (NASDAQ:ENSC) traded a high volume of 62.81M shares. The share price increased by 30.24%.
NVOS7.65%58.42M shares of NOVO INTEGRATED SCIENCES INC (NASDAQ:NVOS) have been traded so far today. The share price increased by 7.65%.
MULN-3.13%57.29M shares of MULLEN AUTOMOTIVE INC (NASDAQ:MULN) exchanged hands today. Leading to a price decrease of 3.13%.
T5.82%51.08M shares of AT&T INC (NYSE:T) exchanged hands today. NYSE:T is advancing 5.82% today.
COMS-1.4%COMSOVEREIGN HOLDING CORP's (NASDAQ:COMS) traded a high volume of 48.69M shares. NASDAQ:COMS is declining 1.4% today.

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