Rivian signage on the Nasdaq on their IPO day, November 10, 2011 in New York.
Shares of electrical car maker Rivian ended a week-long rally Wednesday, as traders pulled again from a monster run as hypothesis within the title eased after it surpassed Ford and GM in market worth.
The firm’s inventory dipped greater than 12% Wednesday morning.
Rivian went public final Wednesday in one of many greatest IPOs of the 12 months. Rivian opened at $106.75 per share on Nov. 10, its first buying and selling day. It closed at $172.01 on Tuesday.
Rivian rapidly surpassed the market worth of conventional automakers, like Ford ($79.09 billion, as of Tuesday’s shut) and General Motors ($90.9 billion). As of Tuesday’s shut, Rivian had a market cap of $146.7 billion. The firm’s worth nonetheless lags far behind rival Tesla ($1.06 trillion).
The firm attracted sturdy curiosity from traders, because the demand for electrical automobiles has continued to rise amongst customers. However, Rivian has but to indicate a sustainable enterprise mannequin. It additionally expects not more than $1 million in income for the third quarter.
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