: QuantumScape stock drops 14% after solid-state battery maker plans stock offering


Shares of QuantumScape Corp. QS, -11.26% tanked 14% in the after-hours session Wednesday after the battery maker pursuing a solid-state lithium battery said it plans to offer $300 million worth of shares for “working capital and general corporate purposes.” Underwriters will have a 30-day option to buy an additional $45 million of shares, the company said. Evercore ISI and Morgan Stanley are the joint bookrunners, the company said. Shares of QuantumScape ended the regular trading day down 12%.

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