Romeo Power stock Jumped 54% after long term battery supply deal with PACCAR

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Energy maker Romeo stock surged 54% after agreement with PACCAR for 5 years Battery. Romeo power stock seems profitable.

Romeo Stock increased 54%

Energy devises maker Romeo Power Inc. (NYSE: RMO) signed a 5-year long-term pact with American truck manufacturer PACCAR to supply electric batteries for their Electric vehicles.

Data from Investfoxy

This catalyst caused a sudden 54% surge in the price of Romeo Power. As of 6th April, the stock was up at $12.42 gaining a 54.86% surge.

According to this deal, Romeo Power will supply electric batteries and battery management systems (BMS) for PACCAR’s Peterbilt 579 and 520 Battery electric vehicles (BEV) in the United States and Canada till the wrap of 2025. The production is expected to begin after 2021.

“Romeo Power is very pleased to extend its relationship with PACCAR through our new long-term supply agreement,” said Lionel Selwood Jr, CEO of Romeo Power Inc. The CEO expresses with gratefulness and excitement for working alongside with PACCAR automobiles. He also believed that this agreement is going to work in the favor of Joe Biden’s electric vehicles revolution.

This news thirsted opportunity for investors to immediately reserve their position in RMO stock that caused this stock to soar 54% in less than 24 hours. Those who were invested in it must have enjoyed their returns but those who couldn’t get the chance to buy Romeo Power share can still have a chance as there could be a pullback in share’s price pretty soon.

Like I mentioned earlier, there could be a pullback in the stock market. But there was a pullback actually in stock price that caused it to close at -17.34% and yeah it happened due to the market correction.

If more people will make their minds to invest in Romeo Power after the news, there are chances that it might blow up again. So this is a good opportunity to double your money.


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