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What: Shares of Synutra International (Nasdaq: SYUT), which sells infant formula primarily in China, popped by 17% on Friday, further extending its impressive month-long rally.

So what: Even with the shortened trading session, the Synutra surge comes on roughly double the stock's three-month average trading volume. Despite posting a much wider-than-expected second-quarter loss just a few weeks ago, the shares have managed to climb by about 30% in November. 

Now what: It's tough to explain exactly what's driving Synutra's month-long surge, let alone today's 15%-plus climb. After all, weakening sales also prompted management to cut its profit guidance for next year by $0.30. With rival American Dairy (NYSE: ADY) trading at a much lower forward P/E, Synutra doesn't seem like the healthiest bet in the space.