Stocks

Chinese regulators mulling measures to crack down on malicious short sellers, report says
Stocks of US-listed Chinese companies, Hong Kong shares and A-shares plunged recently in part because of malicious shorting by some international investors, a Chinese academic said ...
China voices support for capital markets after recent turmoil
Chinese and US regulators have maintained good communication over regulation of US-listed Chinese companies, have made positive progress and are working to form concrete cooperatio ...
Hong Kong-listed EV stocks plunge as broad market sell-off continues
NIO opened down 8.11 percent, XPeng opened down 5.24 percent and Li Auto opened down 14.98 percent. ...
Hong Kong stocks suffer panic sell-off, what happened?
By the close of trading, NIO was down 14.14 percent in Hong Kong, XPeng was down 22.2 percent, and Li Auto was down 19.6 percent. The Hang Seng Tech Index plunged 11.03 percent, th ...
Why does delisting risk matter even if NIO, XPeng and Li Auto have dual listings?
Deutsche Bank analyst Edison Yu's team offers the best explanation we've seen. ...
NIO's shares expected to start trading in HK this Thursday, here's what you should know
NIO's shares are expected to begin trading in Hong Kong on March 10 under the stock symbol 9866. ...
JPMorgan raises its position in NIO, cuts XPeng and Li Auto in Q4
JPMorgan Chase increased its holdings in NIO by about 6 million shares, or 378 percent, compared with the end of the third quarter. ...
XPeng becomes 8th most traded stock in HK-Mainland connect on first day of inclusion
Mainland Chinese investors bought a net HK$762 million of XPeng shares through the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Stock Connect today. ...
XPeng becomes first EV maker to be included in Hong Kong-Mainland stock connect
With the inclusion in the list, investors in the Chinese mainland will be able to trade XPeng's stock more easily. ...
US-listed Chinese stocks stage rare comeback with NIO up nearly 15%, here's why
Analysts say previous declines in Chinese stocks may be partly due to some institutions selling their worst-performing stocks at the end of the year, meaning the selling pressure m ...