Nikola Corp.

NASDAQ: NKLA
$21.31
+$1.26 (+6.3%)
Closing price January 14, 2021
With share prices of electric vehicle makers soaring, it should be no surprise that short sellers are pouncing on the stocks as well.
Everyone knows about Tesla's soaring stock price during 2020. The company has continued its run through the first few trading days of 2021 as have the stocks of a number of other EV makers.
Electric truck maker Nikola announced Wednesday that its collaboration with Republic Services to build 2,500 garbage trucks has been canceled. How much longer can the EV maker continue to lose...
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Chipotle Mexican Grill, Etsy, Exxon Mobil, General Electric, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Microsoft, Nikola, Palo Alto Networks, Pfizer and Twitter.
Short interest in electric vehicle stocks was mixed in the two-week period that ended November 30. Two Chinese EV makers saw major swings, though, with short sellers bailing on one and embracing the...
Electric vehicle maker Tesla has entered an agreement with 10 brokerages to offer $5 billion worth of new stock in the company.
GM and Nikola have scrapped a deal the two companies announced in September, replacing it with an understanding that is far less favorable to Nikola.
Short interest in electric carmakers mostly increased in the two-week reporting period ended November 13. Soaring share prices brought out the short sellers.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Barrick Gold, DraftKings, Hyatt Hotels, Nikola, Occidental Petroleum, Penn National Gaming, Shopify, T-Mobile, Uber, Valero Energy and Workday.
Short interest was mixed on electric vehicle makers in the two-week reporting period ended October 30. Short sellers also decreased their positions in two traditional carmakers.
Chinese carmaker Kandi has dropped about 30% of its value in the last day and a half. A private placement of $60 million in common stock gets most of the blame.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of a few of the most anticipated quarterly reports due this week, including Disney, Cisco and McDonald's.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AbbVie, Alibaba, Archer Daniels Midland, Best Buy, Intel, Nikola, Peloton Interactive, SAP, Under Armour and Wynn Resorts.
Short interest in electric vehicle makers was evenly mixed in the two-week reporting period that ended October 15. But a couple of truck makers got some bad news Monday.
Having a fleet of fully electric cars on the road is already becoming to be considered to be within the realm of possibilities in the years and decades ahead. But what about all of those heavy trucks...