Xpeng Inc ADR (XPEV)
$47.82 2.49 (4.95%)
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Volume (Avg. Vol.) 19.80M
Day's Range 46.66 - 49.67
52-Week Range 17.11 - 74.49
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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After securing $2 billion in borrowing capacity, XPEV stock rallied 22%. It's a huge move that only adds to fundamental concerns.
While Xpeng stock is off to a brilliant start in 2021, investors should consider the longer-term challenges of EVs before making a serious wager.
GM, Ford, Volkswagen and Xpeng have strong technology and high-quality EVs. As a result, they are set to rival Elon Musk's company in this segment.
Xpeng stock is down nearly 30% since late November. In the midst of an EV bubble, what drove the tumble in XPEV stock?
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If you buy XPEV stock, you're betting that China's industrial policy can take down Tesla and America's car giants in the EV space.
By Alex Sirois
XPEV stock looks like one to buy now. Just watch out for these signals and it should make you money for some time.
XPEV stock is a long way from its 52-week high. While while other EV firms are more attractive, this one could pop even higher.
After a 40% decline from its recent highs, XPEV stock looks more interesting. Here's what to watch before you buy.
XPEV stock has absorbed a deep discount since late November, which makes it an ideal dollar cost-averaging opportunity.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturers delivered big in December, setting the stage for 2021. NIO stock surged early Monday in response.
By Ian Cooper
EVs could easily be the biggest story of 2021. Use the latest dip in XPEV stock as an opportunity. By this time next year, it could be well above $75 a share.
XPEV stock has rallied huge since going public in August. But all signs point to share prices gently leveling out as EV maker XPeng matures.
These top stocks to buy in January have impending upside triggers and can be interesting to investors through 2021.
Much of the consternation surrounding Chinese EV makers stems from the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act – bipartisan legislation that seeks to hold Chinese companies listed on major U.S. exchanges to the same standards American companies deal with. Not only is this a bipartisan bill, a rarity on Capitol Hill, given his hard line against the world's second-largest economy, President Trump is likely to sign it before leaving office.
Xpeng is not having a good finish to the year. Although XPEV stock is up 179% since its August IPO, it’s down 29% in December. Time to sell?
In challenge to Tesla, Chinese electric carmaker Xpeng releases autonomous features for highway driving
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