Li Auto Stock

EV stocks surge in HK ahead of May deliveries, Nio leads with 10% gain

Insurance registrations for Nio vehicles were 15,400 for May 1-26, already close to the full month of deliveries in April.

Li Auto shares plunge in HK on disappointing earnings, delay of more BEV launches

Li Auto's BEV endeavors appear to be facing structural challenges as transferring its EREV success to BEV is not so straightforward, Deutsche Bank said.

Li Auto to be included in HK's benchmark stock index starting Dec 4

The Hang Seng Index is one of the earliest stock indices in Hong Kong, and since its launch on November 24, 1969, it has become an important indicator of Hong Kong's stock market.

Food delivery giant Meituan's CEO further cuts holdings in Li Auto

Wang Xing, CEO of Meituan, cashed in about HK$311 million last week in four consecutive sell-offs of Li Auto's Hong Kong-traded shares.

Deutsche Bank on Li Auto Q2 earnings: Tough to top already high bar

While Li Auto's underlying execution remains strong, Nio, Xpeng will be more compelling growth stories in coming quarters, said Deutsche Bank.

Nio, Xpeng shares surge in US: What happened?

A top Chinese government meeting on Monday boosted investor optimism, with Nio and Xpeng, the laggards of the past few months, coming into more favor.

Meituan CEO Wang Xing cuts holdings in Li Auto

Wang Xing has cashed out HK$420 million in the past half month by cutting his stake in Li Auto, but remains the NEV maker's largest external shareholder.

China EV industry sell-off creates opportunity, says Morgan Stanley

Li Auto leads the pack with superior execution, but risk-reward increasingly favors Xpeng and Nio after a drastic sell-off this year, Morgan Stanley said.

Deutsche Bank on China EV market: Jan looking soft as expected

China EV stocks are up an average of 20 percent year-to-date but have underperformed China tech ADRs since December, likely due to investor concerns about weak first-quarter sales and increased competition, according to Edison Yu's team.

Li Auto drops to three-month low in Hong Kong as shares fall below HK$100

Li Auto fell below HK$100 for the first time since early June, accumulating a 32 percent drop from its recent high on June 24.