Chinese electric vehicle (EV) stocks are on the move Tuesday as investors react to news of a meeting between President Joe Biden and President Xi Jinping of China.
Recently, the two leaders met up in Indonesia for a three-hour meeting. The news coming out of that meeting has investors hopeful that Chinese stocks won’t face delisting from U.S. exchanges.
According to Beijing’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the conversation was constructive. This has Beijing stating that the two countries will “take concrete actions to put China-U.S. relations back on the track of steady development.”
Considering the rocky relationship between the U.S. and China over the last few years, that meeting is doing much to alleviate the worries of investors. Prior to this meeting, there were genuine concerns that many Chinese stocks, including shares of EV companies, wouldn’t remain on U.S. markets.
Let’s check out how this news is affecting these stocks below!
Chinese EV Stocks Up on Tuesday
- Nio (NYSE:NIO) stock starts us off today, climbing 6.5% as of Tuesday afternoon.
- Li Auto (NASDAQ:LI) shares are next on our list, with the stock gaining 7.9% as of this writing.
- XPeng (NYSE:XPEV) stock closes out our look at Chinese EV stocks today, with shares increasing 5.4% this afternoon.
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