RIVN

$79.95
-$0.36 (-0.4%)
Closing price January 14, 2022
Meme stocks mostly traded lower Wednesday, along with most growth stocks on the Nasdaq and S&P 500 indexes. There was an interesting exception, however.
Premarket trading Tuesday added a bit to solid gains posted Monday by all three major U.S. stock indexes.
AMC stock got a big bump on Friday thanks to a new Spider-Man movie, but Monday's downturn was taking back a small piece of the big gain.
One OG meme stock has shot higher Friday, while a recent entry has posted a new low.
Stocks took a big hit on Thursday and were indicating a lower start to Friday's trading as well.
Rising materials and labor costs are going to attract a lot of investor attention for these companies due to report earings results after markets close Thursday or before they open on Friday.
Meme stocks were following the markets Tuesday, with most trading lower on the day.
Here are some comments from nine brokerages that initiated coverage on Rivian Monday morning.
Meme stocks took a beating on Friday, and Monday did not appear to be getting off to a better start.
A newly public company dropped by more than 15% on its first day of trading, and a Chinese penny stock got a listing reprieve.
The Omicron variant of the coronavirus was having its way with global equity markets on Tuesday.
An FDA directive has hammered a coronavirus vaccine maker Friday morning as a new variant of the infection is discovered in South Africa.
Two electric vehicle stocks were headed in opposite directions on Monday.
Here's a look at why five favorite retail stocks were all trading up by double digits at noontime Friday.
Nearly every electric vehicle stock traded lower Thursday, as investors likely were pocketing some profits on the recent runup in these stocks.