Hyliion stock down more than 9% on trading debut

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Shares of Hyliion Holdings Corp. fell more than 9% on Friday on their first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Hyliion late Thursday said it completed the merger with blank-check company Tortoise Acquisition Corp. as announced in June, paving the way for trading. The deal gave Hyliion, a maker of electric powertrains for commercial trucks, about $560 million “to drive Hyliion’s continued development and the commercialization of its Hybrid and Hypertruck ERX electrified powertrain solutions,” the companies said.
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