Both owe 188 billion dollars in debt. geezus now thats the news we have been waiting for.
I wonder which of the two will make the first bid for Gevo's technology.
Nobody in their right mind believes any of the sewage that flows from his hitler type mouth.
just speculating but there will be a bidding war.
I expect there will be a bidding war.
that does not make a difference you pulled that out of thin air. ... where are you getting your info about a stock over 2 bucks not being reversed split . They are fixing to dilute and drive down shareholder value. Why not reverse split? and reduce share count before dilution.. makes sense
Coke will probably Buy Gevo's technology before investors get any real chance at seeing potential. Seem like Gevo's processes have been more of a big science project so far for bigger interests like Ford and Coke who seen to be taking all the credit. I am not sure the right man is in the position of power at the company to reward shareholders. I think next quarter is the tell tell all for shareholders if management is competent or not.
I would think its a No brainer. Gevo does need to hurry up so margins and profits rise.
"The Coca-Cola Company’s Scott Vitters, general manager, PlantBottle packaging innovation platform, says while the technology to make bio-based materials in a lab has been around for several years, Coke believes Gevo’s technologies have the potential to create it on a global commercial level within the next few years."
Sorry it was over the last 9 months expenses went up almost 6 million according to latest financial report by adaptive media.
Gevo, Inc. (NASDAQ:GEVO - News) shares surged 26.09 percent to close at $1.74 a share Friday. The stock traded between $1.38 and $2.18 on volume of 9.22 million shares traded. The company announced an agreement with The Coca-Cola Company to develop and commercialize 100% renewable plastic bottles. Shares of Gevo have gained approximately 13.0 percent year-to-date.
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I agree there is more to come from the Coke and Ford news. huge contract could be in the works and being kept quite. . shake shake.... lol
"An offer of this nature would not be in the public interest," Senator Bob Corker (R.,Tenn) told Bloomberg in an email. "Without meaningful legislative reform we would still have dominant entities owned by the private sector but operating with an implied government guarantee, leaving taxpayers at great risk." C
Your right about that and that's the point. You better believe their is plenty of wall street dirty lobby money being put in the hip pockets of these dirty politicians that made those promises hoping they will change their mind and lie to the American taxpayer again... They will have to risk another economic collapse under a crony run capitalist system will only result in a great depression the next time. BECAUSE TAXPAYERS ARE TIRED OF THE SHYTE.
all truth just accept it.. there is no argument to your claims the GSE's were not the direct cause of the collapse... just stop the pumping already.
I predicted a ticker change. nothing changes other that the scam just got a new symbol that may draw new interest.. still think there is room to run up on another pump and dump push before the final nail gets driven in.
"Quit pumping and just tell it like it is. Senators promised taxpayers these two would be dismantled once taxpayers got their money back... Fannie and Freddie are directly responsible for the collapse because of liberal policies. The failure that led to the collapse was poor oversight and loose rules that banks and other crony capitalist took advantage of that sunk our entire economy into a recession... We did however, barely after taxpayers bailed them out for 200 billion dollars dodge another great depression... these are facts as we know it."