|会社名||NIO Inc （ニオ）|
|業種||自動車_トラック製造 一般消費財（Consumer Products）|
|概要||ニオ(Nio Inc.)はスマート･コネクテッド電気自動車の設計、製造、販売する。同社は次世代技術と人工知能を統合した自動走行型電気自動車を製造する。同社は7人乗りの全アルミニウム合金車体のスポーツ用ユーティリティービークル(SUV)であるES8を製造する。ES8は4.4秒で時速0?100キロメートルで加速でき、355キロメートルまでのニューヨーロピアン・ドライブ・サイクルの走行範囲と一回の充電で最大500kmまでの最大範囲を提供する電子推進システムが装備される。同社はまた、Power Home、Power Swap、Power Mobile、Power Express serviceなどの車両充電ソリューションの提供に注力する。また、第三者保険会社による法定･第三者損害賠償責任保険や自動車損害保険、修理および日常的保守サービス、長年の修理および保守中の送迎車、路傍援助など、各種付加価値サービスをユーザーに提供する。 ニ―オはケイマン諸島籍の自動車メ―カ―。高性能な電気自動車の設計・開発・販売を手掛ける。AIシステムを搭載したSUVタイプの「ES8」やコンセプトカ―「EVE」、また、ス―パ―カ―「EP9」などを展開する。顧客向けの娯楽・イベントスペ―ス「NIO House」、充電システム及び設備の「NIO Power」などのサ―ビスも充実。本社所在地は中国・上海市。|
|本社所在地||Building 20 No. 56 AnTuo Road Jiading District Shanghai 201804 CHN|
|代表者役職名||Independent Chairman of the board and Chief Executive Officer|
|決算概要||BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Nio Inc - ADR revenues increased from RMB0K to RMB4.95B. Net loss applicable to common stockholders increased from RMB7.56B to RMB23.33B. Revenues reflect an increase in demand for the Company's products and services due to favorable market conditions. Higher net loss reflects Employee compensation in SGA increase from RMB929.9M to RMB2.26B (expense) Selling.|
Nio Looks To Expand EV Charging Infrastructure In Partnership With Germany's Metro 2021/03/30 04:51:49 Benzinga
Chinese electric vehicle maker Nio Inc (NYSE: NIO ) has agreed to partner with German retail giant Metro AG (OTC: MTTWF ) to construct electric vehicle charging stations and battery swap stations, cnEVpost reported Monday. What Happened: Nio signed a long-term strategic partnership deal with the China arm of Metro, as per the report. The two companies will deepen cooperation in charging and battery swap infrastructure construction. Under the deal, Nio will build charging stations and battery swap stations in some malls of Metro China. Metro AG entered the Chinese market in 1996, according to the company’s China website . To date, the company has opened 97 … Full story available on Benzinga.com
3 factors are driving a broad decline in electric-vehicle stocks, but it's a 'massive buying opportunity' for investors, Wedbush says 2021/03/29 15:36:54 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The decline in electric-vehicle stocks since the start of the year should be viewed as a "massive buying opportunity" for investors, Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives said in a note on Sunday. The decline in EV stocks, especially Tesla , has been a "painful risk-off moment" for the sector and is primarily being driven by three factors, the note said: valuation concerns, increase in global EV competition, and chip shortages causing a soft start to 2021 deliveries. Nio lowered its first-quarter delivery guidance last week and halted production for five days due to a widespread semiconductor shortage that has hit the auto industry hard. Year-to-date, shares of Tesla and Nio are down 14% and 27%, respectively. Shares of Churchill Capital Corp IV are down 62% since it announced its planned merger with EV startup Lucid Motors. But according to Ives, "this is not the time to panic in EV land … just part of the multi-year ride higher." Ives wrote that he views the recent sell-off in EV stocks as a short-term pullback in a mult-year upward rally.
Nio, XPeng File For Hong Kong Listings: Report 2021/03/29 12:10:36 Benzinga
NIO Limited (NYSE: NIO ) and XPeng Inc. (NYSE: XPEV ) have made further progress in their endeavor to pursue a listing outside of the U.S. What Happened: Nio and XPeng have filed regulatory applications to list their shares on the Hong Kong stock exchange, local Chinese media outlet cls.cn reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Li Auto Inc. (NASDAQ: LI ) has yet to submit its application, the report said. Nio and XPeng spokespeople declined to comment on the report when contacted by Benzinga. The news of the Chinese EV trio — Nio, XPeng and Li Auto — contemplating Hong Kong listings was initially broken … Full story available on Benzinga.com
3 reasons why the recent electric vehicle stock-price correction isn't the end of the road for the EV trend, according to the world's largest wealth manager (TSLA, NIO, CCIV, GM, F, ACTC, VWAGY) 2021/03/28 12:45:00 Business Insider Markets
Summary List Placement Electric-vehicle stocks have taken a hit the past few weeks amid a rotation away from highly valued tech and growth names, but that doesn't mean it's the end of the road for the EV boom, according to Mark Haefele, chief investment officer of UBS Global Wealth Management. Long-term technological and environmental shifts suggest the boom should continue, while acknowledging that volatility in the share prices of individual companies argues for investors to diversify their exposure. Still, Haefele's team said investors should consider the underlying data. Elon Musk's Tesla has led an incredible boom for electric vehicles over the past few years, and in 2020 alone, sales of electric cars rose 43% while overall car sales slumped 20%, according to data published on Tuesday by EV-volumes.com . The market has grown so much that these days, Tesla is just one of dozens of competitors in the rapidly-expanding industry. In fact, Tesla's share of the US EV market fell to 69% in February, down from 81% in the prior year, a Morgan Stanley report found.
Chip Shortage Caught Nio Off Guard: Report 2021/03/28 12:15:10 Benzinga
Nio shares came under pressure Friday following an announcement that the company was temporarily stalling production at its plant in Hefei, China, because of the global shortage in computer chips. What Happened: As the Street speculates about the potential impact of the shortage on the near- and medium-term outlook for NIO Limited (NASDAQ: NIO ), reports in Chinese media outlets suggest the impact of the chip crunch has been more than what the EV maker was bracing for. The semiconductor shortage exceeded the company's forecasts on the situation, CnEVPost reported, citing the Chinese … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Big Contrarian Investor Sold Apple, Intel, and Microsoft Stock. Here’s What It Bought. 2021/01/17 12:00:00 Barron's
Hexavest of Montreal slashed each of its positions in Apple, Intel, and Microsoft stock, and initiated a small position in electric-vehicle firm Nio in the fourth quarter.
Auto-Aktien: Alt gegen neu - welche Aktien kaufen? 2021/01/16 07:15:42 GodmodeTrader
Nicht nur im vergangenen Jahr waren die Aktien von Tesla, Nio oder anderen Elektroautobauern denen von traditionellen weit überlegen. Zukünftig kann sich das ändern.
Foxconn Taps Nio Co-Founder Jack Cheng To Lead New Open EV Platform 2021/01/15 18:00:20 Benzinga
Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL ) supplier Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd.-ADR (OTC: HNHPF ), widely known as Foxconn, has announced a high-profile appointment for its newly created open electric vehicle platform. What Happened: Foxconn has appointed Jack Cheng, co-founder of Chinese EV start-up Nio Inc – ADR (NYSE: NIO ), as head of MIH, its open software and hardware platform for developing EVs, local Chinese media outlets reported. William Wei, the unit's chief technology officer, will assume responsibility for software, the report said. Related … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Foxconn appoints Jack Cheng to MIH 2021/01/15 07:21:15 Digitimes
Foxconn Electronics has selected Jack Cheng, former executive president and co-founder of China-based electric vehicle (EV) vendor NIO, to be in charge of planning for its MIH alliance and supervising the open platform's hardware specifications.
EV Partnerships Continue To Be Forged As Industry Preps For Mass Adoption 2021/01/15 02:40:00 Zero Hedge
EV Partnerships Continue To Be Forged As Industry Preps For Mass Adoption There is no doubt that the concept of EVs has reached mass adoption within the auto industry. Every auto manufacturer knows that electric vehicles are no longer an option - but will likely be the reality and the future of driving for decades to come. As the industry jostles to set itself up for this enormous sea change, partnerships are being forged left and right, while legacy players look for new EV companies to pair with and while both new and old manufacturers seek out OEMs. The latest of these partnerships includes Foxconn pairing with Geely and China's SAIC pairing with retail giant Alibaba. Foxconn and Geely have set up a 50-50 joint venture to provide OEM production and consulting services for "whole vehicles, parts, intelligent drive systems and electric vehicle industry value chain to automakers," according to Bloomberg. SAIC and Alibaba unveiled their first two models this week, which included one SUV and one sedan. "Cars the two companies to churn out together will be equipped with battery that can enable travel range of up to 1,000 kilometers on single charge," Bloomberg reported Wednesday morning.
NIO stock: 3 things UK investors should know now 2020/11/27 08:33:07 The Motley Fool UK
NIO stock is having an incredible run. This month, it's up 75%. Here are three things UK investors should know about the 'Tesla of China.' The post NIO stock: 3 things UK investors should know now appeared first on The Motley Fool UK .
EV Shares Dump After Chinese Officials Order Probes 2020/11/25 15:10:00 Zero Hedge
EV Shares Dump After Chinese Officials Order Probes Tyler Durden Wed, 11/25/2020 - 10:10 Shares of EV companies are tumbling Wednesday morning following reports from China that state planners are opening probes into new energy vehicle projects in the country, reported Reuters . Shares of Chinese electric vehicle maker Nio, trading on the Nasdaq, are down more than -6.5%. Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer Li Auto, with shares trading on Nasdaq, slumped nearly 7%. Xpeng or Xiaopeng Motors saw shares on NYSE plunge 8%. Chinese battery and electric vehicle manufacturer Kandi Technologies saw shares on Nasdaq tumble 6%. US EV companies also slid on the news. Lordstown Motors fell 3%. Tesla was flat. Here's how FinTwit reacted to the news: Today around 1am US EDT I posted a warning and an article from Chinese news media that $nio $xpeng $li etc EV companies were under investigation by China state SASAC. Immediately I was attacked for fake news. Stocks now down huge premkt. That's how pumpers shame you.
EV Stocks News: Why NIO, XPEV and LI Are Tanking Today 2020/11/25 14:56:17 InvestorPlace
A handful of popular Chinese EV stocks are struggling today. Here's why NIO stock, XPEV stock and LI stock are all in the red.
Chinese EV stocks easing after gains; government looks into EV projects (NASDAQ:LI) 2020/11/25 11:48:18 Seeking Alpha
Xpeng (NYSE:XPEV) -5.73%, Li Auto (NASDAQ:LI) -5.25%, Nio (NYSE:NIO) -3.61% and Kandi Technolgies (NASDAQ:KNDI) -2.9% are lower in early trading on news of
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