Deniz polisinden Adalar çevresinde 'deniz taksi' denetimi

Trump Media, which trades under the ticker DJT, was up 17 percent in premarket trading at $58.50. It was set to make its debut on the public markets after sealing a merger with a special-purpose acquisition company.

Last week’s approval of the merger between the SPAC, Digital World Acquisition Corp. , and Trump Media & Technology Group means that the DWAC shares on the Nasdaq have converted to DJT stock.

It’s not the first time that the DJT ticker –which represents the former president’s initials– has been seen on the public markets. The same symbol was used for Trump’s casino and resorts firm, which traded on the New York Stock Exchange in the mid-1990s and early 2000s before being delisted after ending up in bankruptcy.

Trump owns nearly 60 percent of TMTG’s shares. He is barred from selling those shares until a six-month lockup period expires, but he could seek a waiver from investors to do so sooner as he contends with multiple legal challenges.Based on Digital World’s closing price of $49.95 on Monday, the former president’s stake in Trump Media would be worth about $3.9 billion and the company would be valued at around $6.8 billion.

America News Agency

 

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