Northern, WI  11/26/2012 (BasicsMedia)  —  Black Friday and Cyber Monday are here, but these are stocks that are moving this morning:

Zhongpin (NASDAQ:HOGS) : +15% Chinese pork and produce processor Zhongpin Inc. said Monday that it agreed to be taken private by its chairman and CEO in a deal worth about $418 million.  Xianfu Zhu offered to buy Zhongpin in March for $13.50 per share in cash. Zhu and his partners in the deal own about 26 percent of the company’s outstanding shares.  Zhongpin said the offer comes at a premium of about 47 percent based on the company’s share price on March 26.    Zhongpin sells pork products, vegetables and fruits in China. Its distribution network in China included about 3,400 retail outlets as of the end of last year.

China BAK Battery (NASDAQ:CBAK): + 21%  The Company is implementing the reverse stock split to regain compliance with NASDAQ continued listing standards. Following the reverse stock split the Company will have approximately 12.8 million shares of Common Stock issued and outstanding. In addition, the number of total authorized shares of Common Stock will be reduced to 20 million shares.

Inuvo (NASDAQ:INUV): +24%  Inuvo, an Internet marketing and technology company that manages a network of websites and builds and markets browser based consumer applications today announced third quarter 2012 financial results including revenues of $15.5 million and gross profit of $8.7 million, increases of 89% and 145%, respectively, over the third quarter 2011. 

Knight Trading (NYSE:KCG): +9% is in talks to sell its market-making unit, reports the WSJ’s Jenny Strasburg. Separate proposals are expected this week from high-speed trading firms Getco LLC and Virtu Financial LLC. Knight’s market-making unit is a key force in the buying and selling of exchange-traded funds. Another name surfacing in the speculation: Blackstone Group (NYSE:BX). “For Knight, another possibility is a Blackstone-led buyout, and the two firms held talks about such a deal before the August trading breakdown. As of this month, though, a buyout seemed less likely than other alternatives, said people close to the matter,”

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