Two shares of native firms have been added to the Richmond Instances-Dispatch’s Cash & Markets inventory web page.
Added below the “Richmond Space Shares” checklist are: Richmond-based CarLotz Inc. (ticker image is LOTZ) and Henrico County-based Arko Corp. (ARKO).
Shares in these two native firms are buying and selling on the Nasdaq inventory market.
CarLotz started buying and selling shares on Friday after merging with Acamar Companions Acquisition Corp., a particular function acquisition firm that already had traded on Nasdaq.
Arko, the mum or dad firm of Fas Mart and greater than a dozen different comfort retailer chains, started buying and selling in late December. It grew to become publicly traded because of a merger between Arko Holdings Ltd., the Israeli public holding firm that managed the vast majority of the comfort retailer chain, with Haymaker Acquisition Corp. II, a Nasdaq-listed special-purpose acquisition firm. Earlier than the merger, the corporate was referred to as GPM Investments.