Shares in gun manufacturers rose on Monday, just hours after a gunman killed at least 50 people in Las Vegas.
It is thought investors anticipated a rush to buy weapons as people fear a tightening of gun control laws.
American Outdoor Brands Corp, which owns gun maker Smith and Wesson, saw its stock price rise more than 3%.
Another gun manufacturer, Sturm Ruger & Co, was also up around 3%. Meanwhile, ammunition manufacturer, Vista Outdoors Inc. rose more than 2%. Continue reading “Las Vegas shooting: Gun shares rise in wake of attack (Text story for BBC News)”