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Top Five Volume Stocks -Wednesday 26th December Focus: Cellceutix Corp, World Moto Inc, AMR Corp, Amarantus Biosciences, Southridge Enterprises

LONDON, December 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Top Five Stocks Volume Watch List: Cellceutix Corp (OTC: CTIX), AMR Corp (OTC: AAMRQ), World Moto, Inc. (OTC: FARE), Amarantus Biosciences (OTC: AMBS), Southridge Enterprises (PINK: SRGE).

Cellceutix (OTC: CTIX) was having a strong morning in this holiday shortened week trading higher by 9% on over $3 million traded.

World Moto (OTC: FARE) was also doing well in in green territory after being higher by 17% at the 0.15 cent level on the stock.  The volume on FARE has jumped up around the $2 million level at the halfway point today.  We will continue to track FARE into next week to see if it can build on gains and the increased volume we are seeing.

AMR Corp (OTC: AAMRQ) remained on the volume focus list on Wednesday after trading north of $1 million before the halfway mark today.  AAMRQ was higher by 4% after trading all the way back to the 0.80 cent level over the last few weeks.

Amarantus Biosciences (OTC: AMBS) was back on the volume watch list and having a strong days trading today.  AMBS was higher by 19% on over $1 million traded.

Finally we have a new company that came into focus on the volume list today on the pink sheet market by the name of Southridge Enterprises (PINK: SRGE) which was higher by over 50% in trading on the pinks Wednesday on almost $1 million traded.

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The volume, although still light for this time of the year on the OTCQB market this week seems to be picking up in the last full trading week of the year.

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