AAM Stock Composite Declines As S&P Rises 2%

Despite critiques from one major hedge fund, Joby reportedly is building subassemblies for its eVTOL aircraft on production lines with built-in scalability. 

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The Advanced Air Mobility Stock Composite for the industry’s publicly held companies declined by 1% for the 10-day trading period between Sept. 27 and Oct. 10. The composite closed at the end of the day Oct. 10 with an average price of $45.32 versus $47.05 for the five-day period ending Oct. 3...

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