FREY Stock: 2 Reasons Why Freyr Battery Investors Are Feeling Fired Up Today


Freyr Battery (NYSE:FREY) stock is on the move Tuesday and there’s a couple of recent pieces of news behind its rise.

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The first big bit of news today is Credit Suisse analyst Maheep Mandloi initiating coverage of the stock. This has him giving shares of FREY stock an Outperform rating with a price target of $13.

While Mandloi’s coverage of FREY stock is positive, it’s not as bullish as his peers. The current consensus rating for the stock is a buy with a price target of $19.33. That price target represents a potential 99% upside for FREY stock, as compared to a potential 35% from the Credit Suisse analyst.

The next major news affecting FREY stock this morning has to do with a joint venture between the company and Koch Strategic Platforms. This has them forming a 50-50 joint venture to “develop an initial 50 GWh of Gigafactory-scale battery cell manufacturing capacity in the U.S. based on 24M Technologies (“24M”) SemiSolid™ platform technology.”

Torstein Sjøtveit, executive chairman of Freyr Battery, said this about today’s news boosting FREY stock.

“Today’s announcement marks a significant milestone for FREYR as we advance our expansion strategy through the U.S. joint venture with KSP. Our entire team is looking forward to collaborating with our U.S.-based strategic partners at Koch and 24M to bring clean, next-generation battery cell production to the U.S. at commercial scale.”

FREY stock was up 2.4% as of Tuesday morning.

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