New Biotech Stocks Added to Directory – ABBV, ISR, MTP, MBRX

(MENAFN – Investors Ideas) Point Roberts, WA and Delta, BC – April 7, 2017 ( Newswire), a global news source and investor resource covering actively traded sectors announces this week’s additions to its investor membership, including global stock directories in biotech, mining, renewable energy, entertainment, luxury brands, and robotics – artificial intelligence.

The newest biotech companies include multiple companies involved in the treatment of cancers, with one, Midatech Pharma Plc (NasdaqCM:MTP) using gold nanoparticle technology.

Other new stocks within the sector this week are companies treating hypertension (PAH), muscular dystrophy and Alzheimer’s disease respectively.

Also included is a cross-over from the tech/robotics sector, Corindus Vascular Robotics, Inc. (NYSE MKT: CVRS), a global technology leader in robotic-assisted vascular interventions, whose CorPath® System is the first FDA-cleared medical device to bring robotic precision to interventional procedures.

The latest mining stock additions are both Canadian Stock Exchange (CSE) listed companies, with one involved in gold mining operations and the other, EnviroLeach Technologies Inc. (CSE: ETI) offering a unique, cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative for the extraction of precious metals.

EnviroLeach crosses into the greentech sector which is also adding ConEd (ED) due to its increasing commitment to energy efficiency and a bioenergy company that is developing a process to convert renewable resources into hydrocarbons through fermentation.

Canadian outerwear manufacturer Canada Goose Holdings Inc. (NYSE: GOOS; TSX: GOOS.TO) has been added to the luxury brands stock list and the CSE-Listed energy company Squatex Energy and Ressources Inc. (CSE:SQX) has been added to the Oil and Gas Stocks directory.

Rounding out this week’s additions is the entertainment stock Cinedigm (NasdaqGM: CIDM) which provides premium feature films and…

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