Lordstown Motors (RIDE) said it received an inquiry from the SEC - Bloomberg
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On its earnings call, Lordstown Motors (NASDAQ: RIDE) CEO said it received an inquiry from the SEC related to the Hindenburg Research short report, Bloomberg reported.
Lordstown Motors said it is cooperating with the SEC inquiry.
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