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Chinese EV stocks have quietly entered so-called 'technical bull market'
BYD, XPeng, and Li Auto have all entered what is called a "technical bull market" and NIO is close to it. ...
Li Auto's Li ONE 'removed' from China's tax-free list, but this time investors learned the lesson
The removal of Li Auto's sole model, the Li ONE, from China's tax-free list has been widely reported by the Chinese media. But this is similar to the situation earlier th ...

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XPeng rises over 6% in Hong Kong, forming V-shaped rally in past seven sessions
XPeng has accumulated gains of more than 14 percent in the past seven trading days, while Li Auto is up about 13 percent and BYD is up 10 percent in the same period. ...
BYD surges over 5% in Shenzhen as it maintains top-selling NEV brand in China in Sept
BYD's wholesale sales reached 70,432 units in September, ahead of Tesla China's 56,006 units, the CPCA data showed. ...
Faraday Future dismisses short-selling report as nonsense
"Watch out, J Capital Research. It's not the first time you have made a fool of yourself," Faraday Future founder Jia Yueting wrote in both Chinese and English. ...
Faraday Future named as 'New EV Scam' in short-selling attack
"We don't think Faraday Future (FFIE), an EV SPAC, will ever sell a car. " ...
SAIC unveils share buyback plan of up to RMB 3 billion after tepid stock performance
By Thursday's close, the company's shares were down 12 percent this year. BYD, by comparison, rose 40 percent in the same period. ...
BYD jumps nearly 7% in Shenzhen after posting stellar sales figures
BYD said Friday that it sold 61,409 new energy vehicles in August, up 302 percent from a year ago and about 22 percent from July. ...
BYD Semiconductor's IPO process halted as law firm serving it under probe
BYD was down more than 3 percent at the beginning of Monday's trading session, but now turns up more than 1 percent. ...
XPeng G3's OEM Haima says it has built its first hydrogen fuel cell car prototype
Haima's shares traded in Shenzhen shot up to the 10 percent daily trading limit after Chinese media reported the development Monday afternoon. ...
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