Here’s everything potential investors in FFIE stock need to know about the company.
- Faraday Future going public comes after completing its merger with special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) Property Solutions Acquisition.
- Approval from the SPAC’s shareholders came on Tuesday, which opened the way for the deal to close.
- This resulted in the two companies combining and changing to the Faraday Future Intelligent Electric name.
- It also saw the SPAC’s stock change to the new FFIE ticker while still trading on the Nasdaq Exchange.
- The closing of the SPAC merger provides Faraday Future with funds to complete its electric vehicle (EV) plans.
- According to the company, this funding will fully cover the production of its FF 91.
- This has the company estimating production of the FF 91 will be complete in the next 12 months.
- Dr. Carsten Breitfeld serves as the CEO of Faraday Future.
- The company was founded in 2014 and is headquartered out of Los Angeles, Calif.
- FFIE stock is seeing a hefty amount of trading with its public debut today.
- As of this writing, more than 7 million shares of the stock have changed hands.
- Since it’s new to the market, there’s no daily average trading volume to compare this number to.
FFIE stock was up close to 1% as of Thursday afternoon.
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