Foreign media reported that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched its latest investigation into the involvement of Nikola Corp. in “complex fraud.”. GM acquired an 11% stake in the newly listed company last week. But the company is being reviewed by U.S. regulators to assess the short selling charges against Hindenburg research, according to a report on Monday. The stock price of Nikola Corp. fell more than 9% after hours, even though the report from a source who didn’t want to be named was quoted in the news agency’s report. < / P > < p > in a statement to the media, the company claimed that its legal counsel had contacted the SEC as early as September 11 and had raised concerns about the Hindenburg Research Report, and welcomed the SEC’s involvement in the matter. As for the enmity between the two sides, it seems that it began last week. The reason is that in recent months, some of the previous statements and nepotism of electric vehicle manufacturers have been questioned. < / P > < p > after the report was released on September 10, Nikola’s share price fell, and the founders had to tweet to ease concerns. < / P > < p > on Monday, Nikola Corp. published a well worded article to refute the Hindenburg Research Report point by point, accusing short sellers of being false and misleading, with the intention of manipulating the market and profiting from it. Global Tech