According to these reports, Telsa wants to secure its own lithium mining company to reduce the costs of production for its electric vehicles (EVs). This has the company allegedly targeting Sigma Lithium as an acquisition to meet this goal.
The reports claim that A10 Investimentos is behind the push for Tesla to buy Sigma Lithium. A10 Investimentos is the largest shareholder of SGML stock and wants the company to consider a sale. A10 is even reportedly reaching out to potential buyers, including Tesla.
Finer details of a potential deal between the two companies are unknown. However, investors will keep in mind that Sigma Lithium was last valued at $3 billion when thinking about what Tesla might pay for the lithium mining company.
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SGML stock is seeing heavy trading today as some 2 million shares trade hands. For perspective, the company’s daily average trading volume is closer to 564,000 shares. SGML stock is also up 19.8% as of Tuesday morning
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