SPES commerce stock rose 1.9% Thursday to $62.50 per share on the New York Stock Exchange.
The stock is the most-active in a few weeks and the company is in a tough spot right now.
President Donald Trump has taken a hard line on immigration and other issues, while the stock is down more than a third in recent weeks.
In a sign of how volatile the stock market has been, the S&P 500 index dropped 2.3% to 2,914.25.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1.4% to 24,726.26.
The Nasdaq Composite lost 0.9%, or 1.6%, to 6,890.60.
S&s stock, which trades on the NYSE, rose to $65.38 from $63.85.
The company said its gross margin for the first half of the year rose to 19.6% from 17.1%.
The company expects gross margin to increase to 20.4%-21% in 2018.
It said it expects gross margins to rise to 20% in 2019.
SPES is also expanding in Asia.
The Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
said it plans to open up the e-shopping and shopping platform in the country.
It is the first major Asian e-retailer to do so.
The announcement comes just days after China launched a crackdown on foreign companies that have operations in the Chinese market.
Alibaba Group has also launched a new e-marketplace called “Chenzhou,” which aims to provide the public with a marketplace for buying and selling goods.
China has been trying to combat the spread of the so-called “fake news” phenomenon, which has seen many people believe what they see online and then use it to manipulate markets.
The move to ban e-tailing is another move that the company has taken against companies that are selling goods online.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said in February that it is considering cracking down on foreign e-tailers that sell goods in China without first obtaining a license.
Chinese regulators have said the country will have to impose a “three strikes” rule if the U.T.C.C.’s rules are enforced against foreign etailers.
China is one of the biggest markets for foreign companies selling goods and services in the U-S.
The S&ambs share price rose to more than $60 from $52.85 per share.