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Tuesday's Top Performing Small Cap Stocks (AGYS, FCEL, CV)

Wyatt Research Staff

While Americans had a three-day weekend, word came out of Germany that by 2022, that nation is planning to shutter its nuclear power plants, and use other sources for electricity production.

As a result solar stocks were popping, but so was FuelCell Energy (NasdaqGM:FCEL - News), which announced its largest deal ever. The company sells stationary fuel cells that use natural gas, propane and other hydrocarbon sources.

Tuesday's Top Performing Small Cap Stocks (Data provided by Capital IQ)
Ticker Company Name Closing Price %Change (1Day)
Nasdaq:AGYS Agilysys $6.81 42.5%
NYSE:CV Central Vt. Public Service $34.30 41.0%
Nasdaq:FCEL FuelCell Energy $1.90 30.1%

Agilysys (NasdaqGS:AGYS - News): This provider of computer software to the retail and hospitality sectors closed higher after announcing plans to sell its technology solutions unit for $64 million and that its CEO, Martin Ellis, was stepping down.

Central Vermont Public Service (NYSE:CV - News): Fortis agreed to buy the largest electric utility in Vermont for $470 million, in the Newfoundland-based company's first foray into the U.S. power market.

FuelCell Energy (NasdaqGM:FCEL - News): The company received a two-year order for 70 megawatts of generating capacity from South Korea's POSCO Power, which nearly doubles its sales and service backlog and will reduce costs.