Tesla and its chief rival in China, Nio, are gearing up for a head-on collision in the Chinese market for a compact, all-electric crossover.
Chinese electric car maker Nio got a $990 million investment from provincial and local governments in exchange for 24.1% stake in a new entity called Nio China.
NIO is known as "the Tesla of China" and a new partnership may come with great expansion and major funding to allow the electric vehicle maker to fight Tesla in the home market of China.
Chinese electric vehicle maker Nio reported quarterly earnings Monday that were better than expected and offered a revenue forecast for the current quarter that leapfrogged the consensus estimate.
Chinese lithium-ion battery maker CBAK announced an agreement that implies financial help is on the way to expand the company's production capacity. Details are a little thin.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Amazon.com, Aurora Cannabis, Comcast, Dick's Sporting Goods, Morgan Stanley, Nike, Nio, Plug Power, Snap and Walt Disney.
Chinese electric car maker Nio has signed a framework deal with the municipal government of Hefei, the city where the company has the bulk of its operations. The deal offers a cash lifeline for Nio...
Intel and Chinese carmaker Nio announced an agreement under which Intel's Mobileye autonomous vehicle business will supply Nio with self-driving technology that Nio will adapt for its own vehicles...
One stock that has refused to participate in the 2019 broad recovery rally has been Nio. Shares of the Chinese electric vehicle maker were still down almost 20% this year alone.
NIO entered the market relatively quietly in its initial public offering. This company is a direct competitor of Tesla in the electric vehicle market.
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Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AMC Entertainment, Apple, Cerence, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Ciena, Dollar Tree, Freshpet, LATAM Airlines, Nio, Peloton Interactive, Ping, Tesla...
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Aurora Cannabis, Biogen, EverQuote, Micron Technology, Nio, Nvidia, Palo Alto Networks, Tandem Diabetes Care, Tesla and Wix.com.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Wednesday included Allstate, CalAmp, Chubb, Costco, Esperion Therapeutics, Flex, Hartford Financial Services, Nio, Rockwell Automation and...