CNBC quoted unnamed sources Saturday as saying that the automaker intends to promote the inventory by Goldman Sachs at a time when RIVN’s share worth has tanked because the agency staged a sizzling preliminary public providing final November.
Nevertheless, the inventory has run out of juice since then, closing Friday at $28.79 – down 6.3% for the session and 84% from its Nov. 16 post-IPO peak. Friday’s end represented RIVN’s lowest shut because the agency went public.
In the meantime, CNBC cited unnamed sources as saying that one other unnamed investor has employed JPMorgan Chase to promote 13M to 15M of that get together’s RIVN shares as soon as the lockup interval ends.
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