Xos Trucks SPAC Offering, and Worst Month End to Stock Market

Episode 164 February 28, 2021 00:30:45
Xos Trucks SPAC Offering, and Worst Month End to Stock Market
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Show Notes

To end the month of February, host Dennis Wisco shares some insight into the latest transportation company to declare their intentions to go public via a Special Purpose Acqusition Company (SPAC). Xos Trucks is a leading commercial electric vehicle OEM and they will be merging with NextGen Acquisition Corp (Nasdaq: NGAC) in quarter two of 20201.

 

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