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The big news here is Palantir increasing its stake in RBT stock. Palantir recently purchased around 6 million additional shares of the company’s stock. This has its total stake in RBT climbing to 6.2%, or 14.63 million shares.
Investors will note that Palantir previously held a larger stake in Rubicon Technologies. The company’s holdings used to amount to more than a 10% stake in RBT stock. However, that stake was diluted as Rubicon Technologies increased its outstanding shares through stock sales.
Another thing that investors will note is that Rubicon Technologies and Palantir also have a working relationship. Palantir offerings data management services and Rubicon Technologies is a digital marketplace for waste and recycling services. Rubicon Technologies is one of Palantir’s customers.
RBT Stock Movement Today
Following news of Palantir increasing its stake in Rubicon Technologies, the company’s shares are seeing heavy trading on Tuesday. As of this writing, more than 7.4 million shares of the company’s stock have changed hands. To put that in perspective, the company’s daily average trading volume is closer to 805,000 shares.
RBT stock is up 9.7% and PLTR stock is largely unmoved as of Tuesday morning. However, RBT is down 76% year-to-date and PLTR stock is up 173% since the start of the year.
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