The American Stock Exchange was unable to make a major leap from the beginning. However, after the US authorities issued a warning, a well-known sports equipment manufacturer is suffering a severe setback.
It is moving towards a relatively quiet stock market opening on the U.S. Stock Exchange. Half an hour before the opening, futures trading showed that the three benchmark indexes fell 0.1-0.4%.
However, in various companies, this seems to be a rich day.
Sports equipment manufacturer Peloton Interactiv, known for its digital treadmills and spinning bikes, fell sharply before the deal after the US regulator issued a warning. At the time of writing, the share of large sums fell by 6.42% before the transaction.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (US Consumer Product Safety Commission) on Saturday asked consumers to stop using the company’s tramp + tread + if there are children or animals at home. The warning came after the death of a child, and several children were allegedly injured by using exercise machines.
The company itself said that they were “concerned” about the “unilateral” press release in the audit, which was described as “inaccurate and misleading.”
The company wrote: “As long as all warnings and safety instructions are followed, there is no reason to stop using Tread+.” The company emphasized that children under 16 must not use treadmills, and pets and other items must also be placed on bicycles. Stay away from it.
At the same time, Coca-Cola’s stock price rose by about 1% on Monday after the company’s previously announced results were better than analysts expected. At the same time, it announced that the African business plans to be listed on the stock exchange in the next 18 months.
In the sports world, after the opening of Wall Street, Manchester United’s share will rise by more than 10%. After the football club announced that it would participate in the new UEFA Super League, the owner company behind the football club of the same name rose. The tournament received strong opposition from several sources.