Eargo stock surged following OTC rules reveal

The first over-the-counter sales of hearing aids in the US will be possible in October, and some firms are expected to do well in this new space.

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On Tuesday after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) revealed the final rule set for the upcoming over-the-counter sales channel for hearing aids, Eargo, a US-based hearing firm, soared 77% on the stock exchange, bringing its share price up to USD 2.02.

According to Bloomberg News, Eargo was a supporter of the proposed regulation, and had backed it publicly in a comment.

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