Li Auto Inc.

NASDAQ: LI
$26.91
+$0.80 (+3.1%)
Closing price September 27, 2021
A Chinese EV maker reports quarterly results before markets open Monday, as does a tech firm that's soon going private.
Chinese EV makers Nio, Li Auto and Xpeng reported July deliveries Monday morning. The numbers race is tightening.
Short interest for both EV makers and traditional carmakers was mostly lower in the two-week reporting period that ended June 30.
Short interest dipped in the two-week period that ended June 15as share prices increased for both traditional automakers and EV makers.
Monday afternoon's analyst calls included AutoZone, Li Auto, Marriott Vacations and Peloton.
Tesla's new Model S is due out next week, and the Plaid high-performance version of the vehicle reportedly set a new record for the quarter-mile.
Here's a quick look at selected company earnings reports that came out after U.S. markets closed on Tuesday and before they opened again on Wednesday.
Short sellers bet on three EV stocks to fall in the two-week short interest reporting period ending May 14. Four of the six EV stocks we watch posted double-digit share price drops during the period.
Four companies of interest are reporting quarterly results late Tuesday and early Wednesday, including two retailers, a cloud security provider and a Chinese EV maker.
Short interest in EV stocks was mixed in the two-week reporting period ended April 30. Short sellers pulled out of Tesla while piling into one China-based automaker.
Short interest in EV stocks rose sharply in the two-week reporting period that ended April 15. Short sellers added to their positions on all but one EV stock.
As tech companies continued to be out of favor in March, electric vehicle makers saw short sellers piling into their stocks. Traditional automakers, meanwhile, saw a decline in short interest.
Chinese EV makers Nio and XPeng have reported first-quarter deliveries while investors wait to hear from Li Auto and market leader Tesla.
Short interest in electric vehicle makers mostly increased in the two-week reporting period that ended March 15. Traditional automakers GM and Ford saw larger interest from short sellers.
Short interest in automakers mostly declined in the two-week reporting period ended February 26. One maker of EV vans, however, saw short interest soar by nearly 50%.