The manufacturer and distributor of construction material ReTo Eco-Solutions Inc. (NASDAQ: RETO) has been experiencing a fall of more than 10% in pre-market session today. Shares have dropping in absence of any linked news that could cause the stock to fall.
What is happening?
The ReTo Eco-Solutions, Inc., a Chinese construction materials manufacturer, mainly distributes aggregates, bricks, pavers, and tiles. The company’s construction materials are used for irrigation systems and drainage systems; for roads, city squares, flood control, and retaining walls; for slope stabilization and maintenance; and for insulation, decoration, and building walls. It offers hydraulically driven production equipment, including automated production equipment, to clients in construction materials manufacturing in China, South Asia, North America, the Middle East, North Africa, and Southeast Asia.
In recent news, ReTo stated that a state-sponsored funding was provided for the launch of its second high-profile Beijing Winter Olympics Competition Zone project. The latest project launch follows ReTo’s successful August launch of a state-of-the art wastewater treatment solution, as part of a link between the Yanqing district of Beijing and the Chongli district of Zhangjiakou and the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
A high-profile national research and development plan for the project was developed by ReTo in cooperation with Tsinghua University. This project includes multiple advanced applications such as waste utilization, 3-D printing, proper use of solar energy, energy storage as well as luminescent materials.
Shougang Park will play a key role in the Beijing Winter Olympics as the main venue of a series of key events, because it is a national priority scientific research initiative. A project plan stipulates that ReTo will develop necessary technology, equipment and materials to equip the park and the Company will be responsible for maintaining and managing the green solution.
The fact that the stock has gained 84% over the past 5 sessions and dropped by 9.41% in the last session may suggest that investors are beginning to take profits now.