Menu
Microsoft strongly encourages users to switch to a different browser than Internet Explorer as it no longer meets modern web and security standards. Therefore we cannot guarantee that our site fully works in Internet Explorer. You can use Chrome or Firefox instead.

Why QuantumScape Stock Popped (and Dropped) on Monday


Shares of experimental solid-state battery maker QuantumScape (NYSE: QS) are all shook up on Monday, first dropping 2% then erasing those losses and popping more than 4% higher -- and then giving back some of those gains, too. As of 12:30 p.m. ET, the stock was up about 1.6%.

What's to explain investors' inability to make heads or tails of where QuantumScape's going today? The better question is who is to blame. And the answer is investment bank .

In a note covered on The Fly this morning, HSBC announced it is initiating coverage of QuantumScape. That's the good news. The bad news is that HSBC's opinion of the stock is that investors should "reduce" their exposure to it (i.e., if you own it, sell it) -- and that this stock, which costs nearly $7 at present, is actually worth closer to $4.70 a share.

Continue reading


Source Fool.com

HSBC Holdings plc Stock

€7.68
-0.090%
There is nearly no change for the HSBC Holdings plc stock today. Compared to yesterday it only changed by -€0.007.
With 0 Sell predictions and 1 Buy predictions the community sentiment towards the HSBC Holdings plc stock is not clear.
As a result the target price of 8 € shows a slightly positive potential of 4.23% compared to the current price of 7.68 € for HSBC Holdings plc.
Like: 0
QS
Share

Comments