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FSR Jan 2023 5.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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0.4700-0.0500 (-9.62%)
As of 03:56PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close0.5200
Open0.5000
Bid0.4900
Ask0.5700
Strike5.00
Expire Date2023-01-20
Day's Range0.4700 - 0.5500
Contract RangeN/A
Volume13
Open Interest34.44k
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    U.S. startup Fisker Inc will begin selling its Ocean electric sport-utility vehicle (SUV) in India next July and could begin manufacturing its cars locally within a few years, the company's chief executive officer told Reuters. Sales of electric cars in India will gather pace by 2025-26, Henrik Fisker said in an interview in New Delhi, adding that the company wants to secure a first-mover advantage.

  • Benzinga

    Fisker Eyes Indian Market - Seeks To Stay Ahead In EV Race

    Electric vehicle maker Fisker Inc (NYSE: FSR) plans to start selling its Ocean electric sport-utility vehicle (SUV) in India from July 2023. CEO Henrik Fisker said the company would begin manufacturing cars locally in India in a few years, Reuters reported. The CEO believes EV sales in India could pick up pace by 2025 – 2026. The Ocean, priced at $37,500 in the U.S., could prove costly to import to India due to additional logistics and a 100% import tax. Fisker's rival Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA),

  • Reuters

    Fisker to sell electric SUV in India with view to local production

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) -U.S. startup Fisker Inc will begin selling its Ocean electric sport-utility vehicle (SUV) in India next July and could begin manufacturing its cars locally within a few years, the company's chief executive officer told Reuters. Sales of electric cars in India will gather pace by 2025-26, Henrik Fisker said in an interview in New Delhi, adding that the company wants to secure a first-mover advantage. Electric cars currently make up just 1% of India's roughly 3 million annual car sales, with insufficient charging infrastructure and high battery costs partly to blame for the slow shift.

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