Investors in Nio (NYSE:NIO) stock will want to check in on the company when March 25 rolls around next week! Source: Sundry Photography \/ Shutterstock.com That’s when the electric vehicle (EV) company is scheduled to release its earnings report for the fourth quarter of 2021. But don’t bother waking up early for it, the report won’t come out until after markets close that day. However, investors will want to keep an ear open for news from the company later that day. The Chinese EV maker intends to hold a conference call with management going over its Q4 results at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time that night. Of course, NIO shareholders will also want to keep a few financial figures in mind when that earnings report drops. Wall Street is expecting the company to report losses per share of 21 cents alongside revenue of $1.53 billion. We’ll also see the company’s results for the full year of 2021 in its approaching earnings report. The estimates from analysts for this period of time include per-share losses of 76 cents and revenue of $5.61 billion. NIO stock ratings will also likely get updated by analysts following the release of its Q4 earnings report. As of now, the opinion from experts is almost unanimous with 10 holding a “buy” rating and one holding a “hold” rating for the shares. Hopefully, the company’s earnings report can match the expectations that analysts, as well as investors in NIO stock, have for it. NIO stock is up 6.2% as of Friday morning. Investors looking for more recent stock market news are in the right place! InvestorPlace has all the latest stock market coverage that traders need to know about for Friday. That includes what’s happening with shares of Allego\u00a0(NYSE:ALLG) and GameStop\u00a0(NYSE:GME) stock, as well as when taxes are due this year. You can find all of this news at the following links! More Stock Market News for Friday Why Is Allego (ALLG) Stock in the Spotlight Today? Why Is GameStop (GME) Stock in the Spotlight Today? When Are Taxes Due in 2022? What Is the Tax Extension Deadline? On the date of publication, William White\u00a0did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article.\u00a0The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the InvestorPlace.com\u00a0Publishing Guidelines.