Some good news for Arrival investors: ARVL +11.57 percent, the electric-vehicle start-up Investors have a long way to go before they feel more confident about the company’s long-term prospects. EU roads may be used by the vehicle.
CEO Denis Sverdlov remarked in a press statement that “our clients are immensely enthusiastic about the arrival van and the unique service it gives.” To have completed all certification exams in such a short period is a remarkable accomplishment for the whole team,” the company said in a statement.
In 2022, production is expected to begin. There have been more than 140,000 “letters of intent” and “non-binding orders” placed for Arrival’s electric van.
In early trade, arrival stock is up roughly 10%. SPX +2.63% and DJIA +1.90% are up nearly 1.7% and 1.4%, respectively, on the S&P 500 and the Dow. Still, at $1.54 a share, Arrival shares are down over 80% this year and around 90% from their 52-week high of $18.
Investors have lost interest in enterprises that require more money to develop their business strategy because of growing inflation and interest rates. Arrival had $775 million in cash at the end of the first quarter. In 2022, the corporation expects to spend about $600 million. According to the corporation, it expects to conclude the year with a cash balance of between $150 million and $250 million.
By 2024, the company is expected to generate a free cash flow. An analyst’s forecasts indicate that the corporation will need further funding. A request for comment on Arrival’s capital-raising intentions went unanswered right away.