Initially, shares of RELI stock were falling this morning after it announced a proposed public stock offering after markets closed on Monday. However, Reliance Global shares are now rising after the company withdrew its public offering this morning.
Ezra Beyman, CEO of Reliance Global, said the following in a news release.
“I am committed to protecting the interests of our shareholders and did not believe the final terms were favorable. As a result, we chose not to raise capital in this market. As in the past, I have been and am willing to step in and fund cash needs of the Company, should there be a need.”
RELI Stockholder Reactions Today
Shares of RELI stock have seen heavy trading on Tuesday as a result of its public stock offering news. That has more than 5 million shares on the move as of this writing. For the record, the company’s daily average trading volume is closer to 49,000 shares.
While investors were initially sour on RELI stock in pre-market trading today, the company’s shares are up 10.2% as of this writing.
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