Manufacturing
Automotive
Aerospace

Workhorse

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+$0.16 (11.11%) Today
+$0.04 (2.50%) After Hours

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About

Workhorse Group, Inc. engages in designing and build performance battery-electric vehicles and aircraft. It develops cloud-based, real-time telematics performance monitoring systems. Read More The firm operates in two divisions, Automotive and Aviation. The Automotive division operates as a original equipment manufacturer of class 3-6 commercial-grade, medium-duty truck chassis, marketed under the Workhorse brand. The Aviation division offers delivery drones and SureFly multicopter. The company was founded by Stephen S. Burns on February 20, 2007 and is headquartered in Loveland, OH.

Employees
105
Headquarters
Loveland, Ohio
Founded
2007
Market Cap
98.40M
Price-Earnings Ratio
Dividend Yield
Average Volume
879.02K
High Today
$1.63
Low Today
$1.45
Open Price
$1.58
Volume
2.23M
52 Week High
$3.27
52 Week Low
$0.37

Collections

Manufacturing
Automotive
Aerospace
Road Transportation
Air Transportation
Transportation
2015 IPO
US

News

Seeking AlphaMay 23

Workhorse gives back more GM gains

Workhorse Group (NASDAQ:WKHS) is down another 3.77% in the premarket session to follow on yesterday's 6.47% drop. Investors appear to be peeling back their positions just a bit on profit taking after the monster rally following news of Workhorse talks with GM on a plant deal. For the year, Workhorse is still up over 200%....

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Seeking AlphaMay 10

Workhorse Group Triples In Price On A Pump And Trump

Workhorse Group Inc. (WKHS) rose 214% to $2.65 on Wednesday with it trading over $3 on Thursday morning before it pulled back to close at $2.05 after this Tweet by President Trump: In In what I will call the Workhorse Pump and Trump, Trump announced that General Motors Company (GM) will be selling their Lordstown plant to Workhorse with the plan to build electric trucks before either company was ready to issue a press release outlining the details of the deal. This tweet has interesting implications for t...

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Yahoo FinanceMay 9

New Life For Lordstown? Workhorse In Talks To Acquire Shuttered GM Facility

Workhorse Group (NASDAQ: WKHS) is in the final stages of acquiring General Motors' (NYSE: GM) Lordstown Complex in Lordstown, Ohio, GM said in a statement on May 8, 2019. Under the terms of the deal, which has not been finalized, a newly formed entity led by Workhorse founder Steve Burns would acquire the facility with Workhorse itself holding a minority interest in the new entity.

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Earnings

-$0.35
-$0.27
-$0.18
-$0.10
Q3 2017
Q4 2017
Q1 2018
Q2 2018
Q3 2018
Q4 2018
Q1 2019
Q2 2019
Estimated
Actual
Expected Aug 5, Pre-Market

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