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Self-driving technology company Luminar to buy back $250 million of its own shares, stock rallies 9% premarket – MarketWatch

Self-driving technology company Luminar Technologies Inc.
LAZR,
+4.57%
said Tuesday it will buy back $250 million of its own Class A stock, starting after market open. The company will finance the move using part of the proceeds from a private financing. Founder and Chief Executive Austin Russell will also buy shares in the open market, along with other board members and management. The news sent the stock up 9% premarket. Shares have fallen 57% in the year to date, while the S&P 500
SPX,
-0.77%
has gained 24%.

Source: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/self-driving-technology-company-luminar-to-buy-back-250-million-of-its-own-shares-stock-rallies-9-premarket-2021-12-14

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