|買盤||2.0500 x 27000|
|賣出價||2.0600 x 38500|
|今日波幅||2.1750 - 2.3500|
|52 週波幅||1.3800 - 6.6100|
|Beta 值 (5 年，每月)||1.77|
|市盈率 (最近 12 個月)||無|
|每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)||-1.8100|
|業績公佈日||2024年2月26日 - 2024年3月01日|
Sir Richard Branson has ruled out putting more money into his lossmaking space travel company Virgin Galactic, saying his business empire “does not have the deepest pockets” any more. Virgin Galactic, which was founded by Branson in 2004, last month announced it was cutting jobs and suspending commercial flights for 18 months from next year, in a bid to preserve cash for the development of a larger plane that could carry passengers to the edge of space. Branson said he was “still loving” the Virgin Galactic project and that it had “really proved itself and the technology” of commercial space flight.
Shares in space company Virgin Galactic (NASDAQ:SPCE) fell nearly 5% overnight after Morgan Stanley gave SPCE stock an “underweight” rating. The company has been trying to conduct “space tourism,” sending people into near space for a few minutes at a time. Virgin Galactic is backed by serial entrepreneur Richard Branson. It went public in 2019 through a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) put together by Chamath Palihapitiya of Social Capital Hedosophia. The Rise and Fall of SPCE Stock Th
Lower stock prices could create deal opportunities for private equity firms or bigger players in the space.