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NIO, Xpeng Rev Up on Big First-Quarter Deliveries

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NIO  (
XPEV) - Get Report were climbing Thursday after the Chinese electric vehicle makers both reported big gains in their first-quarter deliveries.
NIO was advancing 7.9% to $42.06, while Xpeng was rising 6.4% to $38.86 in premarket trading.
NIO said it delivered 20,060 vehicles in the first quarter, up a record 423% from a year ago. The company delivered 7,257 vehicles in March, a new monthly record and up 373% year-over-year.
Xpeng said it delivered 13,340 Smart EVs in the first quarter of 2021, a record 487% increase year over year. In March, Xpeng delivered 5,102 Smart EVs, a 384% increase year over year and a 130% increase month over month.
"This morning the EV sector got another shot of good news with Chinese EV stalwarts Nio and Xpeng both exceeding Street estimates for deliveries in March, which we view as a very positive indicator of the China EV market growth trajectory for the rest of the year," Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives said in a research note on Thursday.

Chinese online car platform Autohome expects data products to drive growth

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Ping An Group-backed Autohome’s shares rose 2.1 per cent to close at HK$180.00 on debut
Autohome plans to use the share sale proceeds for product development, incubate new businesses and upgrade the technologies it uses

Tesla and NIO Rise as Mizuho Is Bullish on EV Makers

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An analyst at Mizuho initiates coverage on Tesla and NIO with buy ratings.

Chinese carmaker NIO is hoping for a global breakthrough with the ET7 | REV | DW


Chinese carmaker NIO is hoping for a global breakthrough with the ET7
Swapping batteries is a lot quicker than recharging them. NIO is breaking new ground with its e-cars – not least with the ET7 and its 1000 km range. Can the Chinese carmaker challenge for the global market?
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REV – The Global Auto and Mobility Show | REV | DW


REV – The Global Auto and Mobility Show
China’s NIO is challenging established e-car makers; Volvo hopes to make a mark with its first all-electric SUV; and a maverick car designer’s crazy entries in the Guinness Book of Records.
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Tesla keeps China's EV competitors at bay with a threefold jump in deliveries of its cut-price Model Y

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The American electric car giant delivered 4,630 Model Ys in February, compared to 1,641 in January

Momentum massacre: TSLA, NIO, ZM, & TDOC all dump on rising interest rates


Momentum massacre: TSLA, NIO, ZM, & TDOC all dump on rising interest rates
Why do high interest rates hit fast-growing, low-profit firms hardest? Read on to understand the technical and sentiment-driven explanations
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For equity traders accustomed to cutting-edge technology stocks always outperforming the broader indices, the last couple weeks have been an eye-opening reminder of the concept of “market rotation.” Essentially, market rotation refers to the shift between different types of stocks leading in the market; to state a point that should be obvious, but that many have forgotten over the last decade,
a strong business or industry doesn’t always lead to strong stock performance. In many cases, the shares of strong businesses in strong industries get so expensive that they’re essentially “priced for perfection” and any negative or even neutral developments can lead to a dramatic selloff.

China's Nio signals slowing EV deliveries as volumes rise

China's Nio Inc posted a wider-than-expected loss and flagged a slowing pace of deliveries for its electric vehicles (EV) in the current quarter, sending its U.S.-listed shares down 7% in extended trading.

Nio Reports Wider Q4 Loss Despite Revenues Topping $1B

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Nio Inc – ADR (NYSE: NIO) reported mixed quarterly results, with in-line fourth-quarter revenues but a wider-than-expected loss. The revenue guidance for the first quarter was above consensus estimates. The EV maker also announced a month-over-month decline in deliveries for February. Key Nio Q4 Metrics: The Chinese EV startup said its fourth-quarter revenues climbed 133.16% year-over-year and increased 46.7% quarter-over-quarter to 6.64 billion yuan or $1.018 billion. Excluding items, the non-GAAP loss per share was 0.93 yuan, or 14 cents. See also: How to Buy Nio Stock Analysts, on average, had estimated a loss of 7 cents per share on revenues of $1.01 billion. In the same period last year, the company reported a loss of 39 cents per share and revenues of $406.99 million, and in the preceding third quarter, revenues were at $666.6 million and the non-GAAP loss per share was 12 cents. Nio had earlier guided to fourth-quarter revenues of $921.8 million to $947.9 million. Vehicle sales came in at $946.2 million, up 130% from a year ago and 44.7% higher than in the previous quarter. Fourth-quarter vehicle margin was at 17.2% compared to a negative 6% in the year-ago quarter and a positive 14.5% in the previous quarter. Cash and cash equivalents, restricted cash and short-term investment was at $6.5 billion at the end of 2020. View more earnings on NIO "With steadily increasing deliveries, stable average selling price, improving material cost and manufacturing efficiency, our vehicle margin reached 17.2% in the fourth quarter. Moreover, we achieved positive cash flow from operating activities for the fourth quarter and the full fiscal year of 2020," said CFO Wei Feng. Related Link: Nio To Begin Exporting EVs To Europe In Second Half Of 2021: Report Nio's Deliveries Momentum Falters In February: Nio confirmed in early January it delivered 17,353 vehicles in the fourth quarter, a 111% year-over-year growth. The deliveries momentum accelerated further at the start of 2021, with January deliveries climbing over 350% to 7,225 vehicles. In the earnings release, the company disclosed February numbers, which came in at 5,578, comprising, 1,327 ES8s, 2,216 ES6s and 2,035 EC6s. Nio's Q1 Outlook: Nio said it expects to deliver 20,000 to 20,500 vehicles for the quarter. The company guided to first-quarter revenues of $1.13 billion to $1.158 billion, representing over 400% year-over-year growth, while analysts estimate revenues of $718.49 million. Nio Stock: After Nio's 1,110% advance in 2020, the stock began the new year on solid footing. The stock raced to an all-time high of $66.99 immediately after its Jan. 9 Nio Day. Since then, the stock has seeing extreme volatility. The broader market weakness has exerted further pressure on the stock, dragging it down to a new low of $41.66 earlier last week. The stock has regained some of the lost ground and has added 2.09% for the year-to-date period. Nio shares trade at a price/sales ratio of around 28.5 compared to bigger rival Tesla Inc's (NASDAQ: TSLA) 23.3. In after-hours trading, the stock was down 3.82% at $47.86. See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from BenzingaNio To Begin Exporting EVs To Europe In Second Half Of 2021: ReportWill Nio's Sagging Stock Get a Lift From Earnings? A Q4 Preview© 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

China's Nio posts bigger-than-expected loss, slowing EV sales growth in first-quarter

China's Nio Inc posted a wider-than-expected loss and flagged a slowing pace of deliveries for its electric vehicles (EV) in the current quarter, sending its U.S.-listed shares down 7% in extended trading.

China's Nio sees first-quarter deliveries between 20,000 and 20,500 vehicles


By Reuters Staff
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(Reuters) - China’s Nio Inc posted a wider-than-expected loss and flagged a slowing pace of deliveries for its electric vehicles (EV) in the current quarter, sending its U.S.-listed shares down 7% in extended trading.
FILE PHOTO: A logo of the electric vehicle maker NIO is seen at its store in Beijing, China August 20, 2020. REUTERS/Tingshu Wang
Nio, which makes the ES8 and ES6 electric sport-utility vehicles, said it expects to deliver 20,000 to 20,500 vehicles in the first quarter - up 15% to 18% from the fourth quarter.
The forecast, however, is slower than the 42% growth it reported between the third and the fourth quarter, in line with seasonal slowing in auto sales in China overall.

In China, an Electric Car Maker Loses Money but Thinks Big

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In China, an Electric Car Maker Loses Money but Thinks Big
Nio can tap an extensive supply chain that Beijing has built to achieve its dream of dominating the manufacture of electric cars.
More than 300 robots mainly from Sweden help assemble electric cars at the Nio factory in Hefei, China.Credit...Keith Bradsher/The New York Times
HEFEI, China — Walk around the sprawling auto factory in central China, and the wealth pouring into the country’s electric car industry quickly becomes clear.
Rows of bright orange, 15-foot-tall robots — 307 of them, mainly from Sweden — whir with activity. They glue lightweight aluminum panels to vehicle frames using aerospace-grade adhesives. In an industry in which speed can mean cost efficiency, the assembly line plods along at half the pace of many lines elsewhere.

Nikola Releases Details of Hydrogen-Fuel-Cell Electric Trucks

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Nikola unveils a series of electric trucks aimed at 'the entire spectrum of commercial freight.'

Nio Is an Electric Vehicle Company Catching Breaks, Not Hitting the Brakes

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Investors in the Chinese electric vehicle maker Nio (NYSE:NIO) might argue that every day is Nio Day. But there is also an event with that name. It took place on Jan. 9. And when it was over, it gave the company’s faithful many more reasons to love their NIO stock. Source: Andy Feng / Shutterstock.com On that day, Nio presented some exciting new developments, from a longer-range battery to a production version of its new ET7 electric luxury sedan. As for the former, good — and the latter, my, my, my. Autonomous driving sensors. An all-glass roof. Zero-to-62 m.p.h. (or 100 kilometers per hour) in a bone-shaking 3.9 seconds. And a claimed range of 620 miles. Sticker price? $69,000 and change. So where can I buy one?InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Well, not in America. Not yet anyway, as the domestic market is Nio’s focus for the time being. But given that NIO stock has jumped by more than 1400% year over year, the Shanghai-based company is in a position to change that if it so chooses. And, if conditions that locked China and the U.S. in a bitter trade war these last few years thaw out. Which could happen… EVs and All Eyes on the White House After just a month in office, President Joe Biden has already sent clear signals on the trajectory of his transportation and energy policies. Killing the Keystone XL pipeline and freezing new drilling on federal lands sent two more body blows to the petroleum industry. Rejoining the Paris Accord, and naming John Kerry as Climate Czar and the youthful Pete Buttigieg as Transportation Secretary all signal a fresh start in a greener direction. Mark my words: EV stocks as a whole, and related green energy investments, will flourish in 2021. 7 Overvalued Stocks Investors Just Don’t Get Tired Of Yet where NIO stock is concerned, another Biden policy orientation comes into play: his trading stance with China. Love or hate ex-President Donald Trump, Biden’s Secretary of State Antony Blinken told NPR on Feb. 16 that he thinks the previous administration got some things right about China. This may allude to its stances on alleged technology theft and espionage concerns centered on the private telecom Huawei, a 5G technology leader, and the social media outlet TikTok. Yet Blinken also confirmed that Biden’s approach will hit some reset buttons. I read those political tea leaves as steps in the direction of de-escalating the U.S.-China trade war on clearly benign fronts. Where NIO stock is concerned, that could work out as a big plus. By opening up their respective markets to EV imports, China and the U.S. could enjoy a strong mutual benefit. Worth More Than Detroit’s Biggest It’s still too soon to tell if and when Nio might enter the U.S. marketplace, and to what extent. But Nio’s cars are smart and sleek enough to make it here — and that was before the company unveiled the ET7. Meanwhile, with its skyrocketing market capitalization — currently $85 billion — Nio is worth more than either Ford Motor (NYSE:F) at $45.9 billion, or General Motors (NYSE:GM) at $75.3 billion. I’m reassured that Nio has arrived here by fighting to survive. It overcame some rocky roads, thanks to a $1.4 billion Chinese government bailout in February 2020. It then used that breathing space to prepare a sale of new shares, which went without a hitch and raised an additional $3 billion in December. Where other growth-stage companies might’ve scaled back or folded, Nio got bold. It is now a force in the EV world with a host of options before it. In taking a lukewarm view of NIO stock, some say that Nio’s sales numbers are small. They have a point. Even with a 352% increase in January 2021 deliveries year over year, the company only sold 7,225 cars last month. But that brings Nio to an interesting crossroads: can the company draw on its growing financial firepower to scale up its sales successes? Why I’d Buy NIO Stock Wall Street analysts give me even more of a reason to be bullish. Eleven of 19 call NIO stock a buy, with six labeling it a hold and two a sell. This adds up to a consensus price target of $68.58, a good 24% above where shares trade today. That’s great news for anyone who thought the rally was over. True, Nio’s share price run-up screams of selloff. But I’d see any such move as more an exercise in profit taking than company breaking. Again: We are talking about a Chinese automaker that is worth more than twice as much as Ford, which answers the riddle, “How many Fords can you fit into a Nio?” What is it those pun-tastic writers say? NIO stock has a lot riding on the future of EVs. And that future is high voltage. In other words, charge! On the date of publication, Lou Carlozo held a long position in NIO. More From InvestorPlace Why Everyone Is Investing in 5G All WRONG Top Stock Picker Reveals His Next Potential Winner It doesn’t matter if you have $500 in savings or $5 million. Do this now. #1 Play to Profit from Biden's Presidency The post Nio Is an Electric Vehicle Company Catching Breaks, Not Hitting the Brakes appeared first on InvestorPlace.

NIO Is Still Weakening, So Be Prepared to Act

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NIO is showing weakness in the charts, so get ready to sell or have a sell stop in place....NIO

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Politicians back Stormont house legacy call

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Politicians back Stormont house legacy call
An open letter to Boris Johnson and Taoiseach Micheál Martin has been signed by 3,500 relatives of people killed during the Troubles
Connla Young
22 January, 2021 01:00
Nationalist politicians have backed 3,500 relatives of people killed during the Troubles in their call for the British and Irish governments to implement the legacy elements of the Stormont House agreement.
The call came in an open latter to British prime minister Boris Johnson and Taoiseach Micheál Martin, which was printed in newspapers in Ireland and America yesterday.
The letter has been signed by relatives of people killed by loyalist, republican and state players during the Troubles.

How U.S. Research Damning Electric Cars is Funded by Saudi Oil Interests

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Hidden in the hardwood forests of eastern Tennessee is a glass-and-steel American Wakanda of impulsed neutron beams, supercomputers, and atom probe microscopes. Here, at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Enrico Fermi and fellow scientists raced to develop the neutron bomb, and subsequent generations worked on the world’s-fastest computers, helped develop nuclear submarines and advanced spacecraft, analyzed greenhouse gas emissions, and made world-changing discoveries such as ribonucleic acid and the role of the Y chromosome.
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Tesla Delivers First Chinese Built Model Ys. Here's What That Means.

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Electric vehicle pioneer
Tesla
began delivering made-in-China Model Y crossover vehicles on Monday. Local production for the company will impact everything from delivery volumes to profit margins.
The Chinese built Model Y was approved for sale late in 2020 and Tesla (ticker: TSLA) confirmed that production had begun when it released fourth quarter delivery figures in early January. Now customers are getting their cars.
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Local production, in China, or other geographic regions means lower delivery costs. And lower costs help Tesla make more money. That was the scenario that unfolded in 2020 with the Model 3 sedan as Tesla’s Shanghai facility ramped up production. “The cost of vehicles produced in Shanghai in Q1 is already lower than the cost to produce the Model 3 in Fremont,” reflected CFO Zachary Kirkhorn on the company’s first quarter 2020 conference call.

Big Contrarian Investor Sold Apple, Intel, and Microsoft Stock. Here's What It Bought.

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Microsoft
(MSFT) stock by about a third, and initiated a relatively nominal stake in Chinese electric-vehicle maker
Nio
(NIO) in the fourth quarter. The firm disclosed the trades in a form it filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Hexavest, which is 49%-owned by
Eaton Vance
(EV), didn’t respond to a request for comment on the stock trades.
In November, Eaton Vance noted in its fiscal-fourth-quarter report that net outflows at Hexavest surged to $6.2 billion for the fiscal year ended Oct. 31, compared with $1.6 billion the previous year. Hexavest’s managed assets have shrunk to $5.8 billion at Oct. 31 from $13.4 billion a year earlier.

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