Why NIO Stock Is Higher Today

There could be a minute bit extra clarity about the company’s financial strikes final week.

What occurred

Shares of Chinese electrical-automotive maker NIO (NYSE:NIO) were transferring bigger on Monday. The company stated final week that it is transferring to amplify its stake in a subsidiary created as segment of a bailout deal final year.

At 11: 45 a.m. EST, NIO’s American depositary shares were up about 4.1% from Friday’s closing designate. 

So what

In a regulatory filing final week, NIO stated that it is spending about $850 million to amplify its ownership of NIO China to 90.36% from 86.4%. (What’s NIO China? Closing year, NIO gave up a stake of its Chinese resources in alternate for a $1 billion bailout from economic pattern authorities in China’s Anhui province. NIO China is the lawful entity that holds NIO’s Chinese resources, created as segment of the bailout deal.)

If you happen to were at a loss for words by that news, you were not by myself. (I wrote an motive for you right here.) A number of of NIO’s Chinese traders, who it appears did now not read my clarification, speculated that final week’s transfer would possibly most likely need been segment of the preparations for a public providing of NIO China. 

In holding with that speculation, China’s Securities On an ordinary foundation reported that is now now not the opinion. NIO is shopping for support segment of NIO China because it be bullish on its agree with industry, Securities On an ordinary foundation reported, citing an unnamed NIO senior executive. 

Is that why the stock is transferring bigger this day? It would possibly most likely be.

NIO's technical center in California.

Image source: NIO.

Now what

NIO did receive some minor news to bellow on Monday morning: This might myth its fourth-quarter and complete-year 2020 earnings to auto traders after the U.S. markets end on Monday, March 1. Existing that NIO’s conference call will happen in the evening, at 8: 00 p.m. EST, which is 9: 00 a.m Beijing time.  


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