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NIO NIO Inc NYSE
7.15 USD -1.65% -0.12
OPEN 7.14
PREV CLOSE 7.27
DAY RANGE 7.26 - 7.01
VOLUME 46.6M
AVG. VOLUME 39.1M
52 WEEK RANGE 16.18 - 7.00
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Valuations metrics

Market capitalization 12.9B
Enterprise value 2.3B
Trailing pe -0.80427446569179
Forward pe -9.662162
Peg ratio -9.662162
Price to sales ttm 0.26518506
Price to book mrq 0.82573044
Enterprise to revenue 0.338
Enterprise to ebitda -0.882

Financials

Fiscal year ends 2022-12-31
Most recent quarter 2023-06-30
Profit margin -0.43111
Operating margin -0.69246
Return on assets ttm -0.14996
Return on equity ttm -0.77629
Income statement
Revenue ttm 6.8B
Revenue per share ttm 29.46
Quarterly revenue growth -0.148
Gross profit ttm 720.5M
Ebitda -2606641358
Net income to common ttm -2929349925
Diluted eps ttm -1.79
Balance sheet
Total cash mrq 3.9B
Total cash per share mrq 16.688
Total debt mrq 4B
Total debt to equity mrq 154.832
Current ratio mrq 0.997
Book value per share mrq 8.659
Cash flow
Operating cash flow ttm -1976844541
Levered free cash flow ttm -1676342921

Stock statistics

Shares outstanding 1.8B
Float shares 1.3B
Avg 10 volume 39.1M
Avg 30 volume 38.7M
Shares short 140.4M
Short ratio 4.38
Percent held by insiders 0.07858
Percent held by institutions 0.33843

Stock price summary

Fifty two week low 7
Fifty two week high 16.18
Fifty two week change -79.021
Beta 2.102
Day 50 ma 7.9746
Day 200 ma 9.31035

Dividends and splits

Dividend date 2016-05-02

NIO Inc. (NIO) Company profile

NIO Inc. (NYSE: NIO) is a Chinese electric vehicle company that designs, manufactures, and sells smart and connected electric vehicles. NIO was founded in November 2014 by William Li with headquarters in Shanghai, China. 

The company trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker NIO after going public in September 2018. 

Besides manufacturing electric vehicles, NIO also aims to drive innovations in next-generation technologies in connectivity, autonomous driving, and artificial intelligence. The company also offers electric vehicles parts and provides battery charging services to a global customer base. 

NIO also operates under the following divisions:

  • NIO Life. NIO Life is the company’s clothing collection in collaboration with Hussein Chalayan.
  • NIO Service. NIO Service is the company’s network of service centers.
  • NIO Power. NIO Power is a network of battery swap stations, power mobile, power home, and superchargers. 

NIO Competitors 

NIO key milestones 

On April 9, 2021, NIO announced the production of its 100,000th vehicle, a crossover called the ES8. NIO first made the deliveries for the model on June 28, 2018. 

In November 2019, NIO entered into a strategic collaboration with Mobileye, a company that deals in developing vision technology for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to manufacture highly automated and autonomous vehicles (AV) for consumer markets in China and globally. 

On March 24, 2021, NIO completed its two millionth battery swap in the city of Suzhou, having deployed 193 battery swapping stations, 134 supercharging stations, and 327 destination stations across China. The battery swapping ability has been elusive for NIO’s competitors in the EV space. 

In 2017, NIO set five records on the track-only EP9 for the fastest lap for an electric-powered car in the Nürburgring Nordschleife, Circuit Paul Ricard, Circuit of the Americas, and Shanghai International Circuit tracks

NIO Inc. FAQs

Does NIO stock pay dividends?

NIO is not currently paying a regular dividend.

How many NIO Inc.’s ordinary shares does one American Depositary Share ("ADS") of the Company represent?

Each ADS of NIO Inc. represents one Class A ordinary share.

What companies work with NIO?

After launch, several companies invested in NIO, including Tencent, Temasek, Sequoia, Lenovo and TPG.

Does the Chinese government own Nio?

NIO put its Chinese business into a new entity and owned up to 76% of the legal entity. The strategic investors including the local government controlled a share of 24%.