Lucid Group Inc.

-$0.16 (-0.9%)
Closing price July 1, 2022
Here is a look at what to expect when these four companies report quarterly results Thursday or Friday.
In a wide-ranging review of the auto industry, analysts at Bank of America Securities have made some changes to their price objectives for a both legacy and EV carmakers.
Five firms that either make electric vehicles or supply components or service for EVs are set to report quarterly results before markets open on Monday.
Here is a look at seven stocks that traded up and seven that traded lower in Wednesday's premarket session.
Meme stocks as a group closed higher on Tuesday, and Wednesday's premarket was indicating more gains for some.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Danaher, Emerson Electric, Fifth Third Bancorp,, Krispy Kreme, Lucid, Nucor, Regions Financial, Shopify, Snowflake, 3M and Wendy's.
Meme stocks were trading higher Tuesday, as all three major U.S. market indexes kept a grip on mid-morning gains.
Stocks were indicated down before the opening bell Monday. A couple of meme stocks were bucking the trend, and one acquisition target was soaring.
The strong report from Tesla on fourth-quarter deliveries lifted share prices for other electric vehicle makers, both domestic and foreign.
Thursday’s top analyst upgrades and downgrades included, APA, Coupang, FuelCell Energy, GlobalFoundries, Lucid, Meta Platforms (Facebook) and Virgin Galactic.
Monday afternoon's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Activision Blizzard, Lucid, Nokia, Pfizer, SoFi Technologies, Sunrun and Welltower.
An electric motorcycle spin-off and a Time magazine Person of the Year get the week off to a busy start.
CEO stock sales have had a negative effect on share prices for a couple of well-known meme stocks.
Tesla is in a bit of hot water with U.S. regulators, and nobody seems to want to own stock in Southeast Asia's superapp, except the big guys that already control nearly 50% of the shares.
A new meme stock ETF debuted on Wednesday. The fund's top holding is Digital World Acquisition, the SPAC that is taking Donald Trump's ostensible media company public.