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Below are the latest news stories about Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate SPCE as an investment opportunity.
Virgin Galactic has gone through turbulence over the past year, but the long-term mission is still intact.
Virgin Galactic Holdings is one of the most volatile stocks these days on the Street.
CEI stock is the target of Kerrisdale's newest short position.
It might not dramatically affect the underlying business of either company, but competitor Blue Origin just announced a much beloved passenger for its next mission.
The top shareholders of Virgin Galactic are Adam Bain, Michael A. Colglazier, Michael Patrick Moses, Virgin Investments, SCH Sponsor, and Vanguard Group.
Virgin Galactic plans to generate the majority of its revenue through space tourism: by selling passenger tickets for flights into space.
Captain Kirk Is Going to Space Thanks to Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin. The Space Race Is Really Heating Up.
William Shatner, the actor famous for playing Star Trek's Captain Kirk, is going into space with Jeff Bezos' space company Blue Origin.
Meme stocks have become a rage on Wall Street throughout 2021.
After spiking more than 12% Thursday on news that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has cleared it to resume flying, space tourism company Virgin Galactic (NYSE: SPCE) gave back about half of its gains Friday, closing down 5.8%. After all, few people thought (I expect) that the FAA was going to put Virgin Galactic out of business because, on a single flight to space, it veered out of its approved flight trajectory for a couple of minutes' time. The agency's decision to clear Virgin Galactic to resume test flights, and eventually carry passengers to space, therefore, wasn't exactly a surprise, and the stock probably didn't deserve a 12% bump in market capitalization because of it.
Companies in the news are: PAYX, SPCE, ALZN, OG