What will happen to Hertz stock after bankruptcies?

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Destatis also notes that in 2021 as a whole, “real turnover (price-adjusted) of retail companies in Germany was 0.7% and nominal turnover (non-price-adjusted) was 2.9% higher than in 2020.”

This consolidation has been halted for the moment at the support zone of 8,360 points, “corresponding to the 61.80% Fibonacci retracement of the previous upward leg,” the technical analysis expert explains.  From there, the Ibex 35 reacts upwards “but in order to show strength again, it would have to go above 8,740 points”, Cabrero points out.  “Eventual falls will not be dangerous as long as they do not go below 8,360 points,” he concludes.

Futures on the main Wall Street and European indexes point to falls in the former and rises in the latter. Once again, doubts arise about the pace of stimulus withdrawal and interest rate increases by the Federal Reserve (Fed), after the hikes at the end of the month, this Monday, and the impact on growth, with the results season underway.

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New York, Jun 18 (EFE) – The car rental company Hertz, which filed for bankruptcy on May 22, has decided to cancel this Thursday a definitive sale of shares worth 500 million dollars and has requested a loan for the reorganization of its business, several local media reported.

This decision comes after today, for the second consecutive day, its shares were suspended from trading on the stock exchange, precisely because of the doubts raised by its capitalization plan through the sale of shares.

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On Wednesday the shares were suspended a few hours after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) expressed doubts about its plan to sell 500 million dollars worth of shares.


“With the current order, electric vehicles will comprise more than 20% of Hertz’s global fleet. They are projected to be supported by a combination of Level 2 and fast-charging chargers in approximately 65 markets by the end of 2022 and more than 100 markets by 2023,” Hertz explained in a statement.

On May 22, 2020, the ride-hailing company issued a statement announcing that some of its subsidiaries in the United States and Canada had filed for bankruptcy in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

In addition, Hertz and Uber-the leading global brand in cab mobility through mobile apps-have announced a partnership whereby 50,000 Tesla electric vehicles will be assigned to be leased to Uber drivers so they can use them as work tools.

“This partnership is the largest expansion of electric vehicles on a mobility platform in North America and one of the largest globally, marking another step toward Uber’s zero-emissions goal. As of Nov. 1, drivers can rent Tesla’s from Hertz through this program in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Washington, D.C., with a nationwide expansion planned in the coming weeks,” Uber said in a statement.


The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has suspended the stock trading of car rental company Hertz, which filed for bankruptcy protection on May 22, over concerns about its $500 million share sale plan.

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In Wednesday’s trading session, Hertz shares experienced a significant rise at the start of the day only to reverse the gains minutes before trading was halted by the SEC, when the company was down just under 1% at $1.94 per share.