dELiA*s, Inc. (NASDAQ:DLIA), Enbridge Inc (NYSE:ENB) and Mazor Robotics Ltd – ADR (NASDAQ:MZOR) are climbing on the market this Thursday. Taking tumbles are Kindred Biosciences Inc (NASDAQ:KIN), UTi Worldwide Inc. (NASDAQ:UTIW) and Talisman Energy Inc. (NYSE:TLM).

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Enbridge Gains on Dividend Announcement

dELiA*s, Inc. (NASDAQ:DLIA) rallied +20.58% early in the day, bouncing back after yesterday’s -12.55% dive. The troubled retailer has declined -86.81% year-to-date. Notably, Leon Cooperman initiated a position in the company in Q3 with the purchase of 4.26 million shares. Chase Coleman’s Tiger Global has held 3.4 million DLIA shares since the fourth quarter of 2013.

[drizzle]Enbridge Inc (NYSE:ENB) climbed +12.28% after announcing a 33% boost to its dividend as part of a larger restructuring plan. The energy distribution and transportation company is a long-time Ray Dalio pick and has been in the Bridgewater Associates portfolio since 2011.

Mazor Robotics Ltd – ADR (NASDAQ:MZOR) gained +7.6% this Thursday, putting its five-day gain at +9.26%. The company said today that it has a Renaissance systems to one of the largest Catholic Health organizations in the United States. The Israel-based company is one of George Soros’ international investments.

Talisman Energy Continues to Spiral

Kindred Biosciences Inc (NASDAQ:KIN) plummeted -33.01% in the wake of a handful of analyst downgrades. The biotech company has had a rough go in 2014, its price falling -46.17% year-to-date. As of Q3, Thomas Steyer’s Farallon Capital holds 175,000 KIN shares.

UTi Worldwide Inc. (NASDAQ:UTIW) tumbled -10.81%, coming back down from yesterday’s +20.28% climb – the result of news that it’s in talks to be acquired by Nordic trucking company DSV A/S. UTIW, a Tiger Global pick, has gained +19.09% over the past three months.

Talisman Energy Inc. (NYSE:TLM) dipped -9.94%, putting its five-day loss at -34.14% and reaching a new 52-week low. TLM is one of the energy stocks weighing down Carl Icahn, who owns 76 million of the company’s shares. It’s also in the investment portfolio of Ray Dalio.