NIO Inc. ADR (NIO): Price and Financial Metrics
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NIO Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$14.63||52-week high||$55.13|
|Prev. close||$16.00||52-week low||$11.67|
|Day high||$15.53||Avg. volume||67,909,281|
|50-day MA||$18.24||Dividend yield||N/A|
|200-day MA||$29.36||Market Cap||24.42B|
NIO Inc. ADR (NIO) Company Bio
Founded in 2014 by Bin Li and Qin Li Hong, NIO, Inc. is a Chinese based electric vehicle designer and manufacturer, headquartered in Jiading, China. The company is also engaged in the development of artificial intelligence, autonomous driving, and next generation connectivity solutions. In 2016, NIO developed its first electric vehicle, the EP9 supercar and over the next three years, NIO introduced two additional models to the market, the ES8 and the ES6. The ES8 is a 7-seater all aluminum alloy body, electric SUV that focuses on performance, functionality, and mobility lifestyle. The ES6 is a 5-seater premium electric SUV that hit the market in June 2019. Bin Li currently serves as NIO’s chairman and Chief Executive Officer and the company employs over 7,700 individuals as of 2020.
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Shares of U.S. electric vehicle (EV) makers Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ: RIVN) and Lucid Group (NASDAQ: LCID) are bucking the market trend today. The stocks of both start-ups are on the rise, while Chinese EV company Nio (NYSE: NIO) is dropping. As of 12:41 p.m. ET, Rivian and Lucid shares were up 3.1% and about 1%, respectively, while Nio shares remained lower by 1.1%.
To begin with, electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Nio (NYSE: NIO) has dipped 63% since hitting an all-time closing high in early 2021. Nio's underperformance looks to be the result of Wall Street expecting multiple compression from growth stocks as interest rates rise, as well as worries about persistent supply chain issues tied to the pandemic. In particular, Nio and other auto stocks have had their production constrained by semiconductor chip shortages.
Shares of Chinese electric car company Nio (NYSE: NIO) dropped 2.5% as of 12:15 p.m. ET today on some rather curious news. As DigiTimes Asia reports, the Chinese electric car powerhouse is now looking into making ... cellphones. If true, that sounds like a strange move for Nio, but as DigiTimes explains, it kind of makes sense in an odd way, because Nio "reportedly plans to make its own phones designed specifically to interact with its cars."
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Investors hoping to take advantage of today's beaten-down share prices should take a close look at Nio (NYSE: NIO), Lucid Group (NASDAQ: LCID), and Enphase Energy (NASDAQ: ENPH), all of which have dropped to more attractive valuations. Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer Nio's stock price has fallen by nearly 27% so far in 2022, and in the past 12 months, it's down by 58%.
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