Key Updates to Watch For in NIO’s Fourth-Quarter Results
NIO started producing its premium SUV, the ES8, last June.
Chinese Electric Car Sales Up 180% in January: Great News for NIO?
In the previous part of this series, we began our discussion by looking at the solid stock gains for Chinese electric carmaker NIO (NIO).
Trump Brags Again about Stock Market Gains Since His Election
Today, the broader market was trading on a positive note after President Donald Trump extended his China tariff deadline of March 1.
Why Chinese Consumers Are Tightening Their Belts
The Chinese economy (FXI) has been shifting from being led by investments to being driven by consumption.
NetEase Picks Up Minority Stake in France’s Quantic Dream
On January 30, NetEase (NTES), a well-known gaming company in China, picked up a minority stake in Quantic Dream for an undisclosed amount.
Citron’s Andrew Left Booked Profit in NIO: Should You?
NIO (NIO) has been rising for the last five sessions in a row.
Is China Trying to Steal Apple’s Autonomous Car Secrets?
According to NBC, the FBI has arrested a Chinese national for allegedly “attempting to steal trade secrets” from Apple (AAPL).
Chinese Tech Stocks Surge on Renewed US-China Trade Optimism
The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) was up 0.47% on January 9, whereas the iShares Dow Jones US Technology (IYW) jumped 1%.
Did Citron Research’s Predictions for NIO Come True?
Previously in this series, we looked at China’s declining overall vehicle sales for the last eight months.
NIO, the ‘Tesla of China,’ Above $10: Still a Buy?
Chinese electric carmaker NIO’s (NIO) stock was soaring on Tuesday for the fifth consecutive session. At 11:23 AM ET, NIO was trading with solid 12.2% gains for the day at $10.10.
NIO Stock Rose 21.4% in February
So far, 2019 is proving to be great for NIO (NIO) investors. The stock ended in the positive territory for the second consecutive month in February.
Why JD.com Popped ~10% Today
This morning, Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com (JD) was trading on a strong bullish note.
Why Facebook Joined Google and Tencent in Gojek Investment
Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) has invested in Gojek. The company joined Google and Tencent in one of Southeast Asia’s most promising technology startups.
Chinese Stocks are Getting Crushed
In the last month the CSI 300 is down 11.5%, much more than US indices.
Chinese Tech Stocks Getting Crushed Out of the Gate on Monday
Are we back to having a trade war?? Trump’s tweet indicates we may be.
Are Analysts Turning Negative on NIO Stock after Q4 Results?
According to the latest consensus data compiled by Thomson Reuters, out of the ten analysts surveyed, 40% of analysts covering NIO (NIO) gave its stock a “buy” recommendation.
Why China’s NIO Gave a Dismal Outlook for Q1 2019
Chinese electric carmaker NIO (NIO) has become popular in the Chinese premium electric car vehicle segment in a very short period.
The Top Five Investors in NIO, the ‘Tesla of China’
According to Reuters, Baillie Gifford was the largest investor in NIO as of December 31.
NIO’s Chinese Sales Fell ~46% in January
NIO sold 1,803 car units in January 2019. The figure reflected an ~84.1% fall from the company’s car deliveries of 11,348 units in December.
What Investors Should Expect from NIO’s 2018 Earnings
While NIO (NIO) stock was trading with a 3.0% month-to-date fall as of February 21, it was still up 19.9% YTD (year-to-date).
Is NIO Stock Readying for a Rally ahead of Its Q4 Results?
Popular Chinese electric carmaker NIO (NIO) is set to release its fourth-quarter earnings results on March 5, 2019.
Why HUYA Stock Is Soaring
Over the last couple of months, reports about a slowdown in the Chinese economy have made investors nervous.
How Content Streaming Affected Tencent’s Revenues and Costs
Tencent’s (TCEHY) revenue rose at a three-year CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 44% to 237.8 billion yuan ($36.4 billion) in fiscal 2017.
How the Valuations of China’s Major Tech Stocks Look
Optimistic revenue and earnings estimates continue to drive the valuations of Chinese tech stocks despite the loss in stock value.
What Led to 7% Decline in Tencent Holdings?
Tencent Holdings lost 7% on August 30 in response to China’s new restrictions on online gaming as a result of recurring instances of myopia.