NIO Stock News – Lucid Motors – Churchill Capital IV dips lower as EV and growth sectors fall
- NYSE:CCIV dropped by 0.56%, ending its recent run of positive trading sessions.
- Electric vehicle stocks pull back ahead of the inflationary report on Thursday.
- Competition is growing in the EV industry, with recent SPAC stocks painting a grim future for Lucid.
NYSE:CCIV has finally seen its recent resurgence come to an end as the broader markets pulled back on Wednesday. Shares of CCIV dipped by 0.56% to close the day at $26.49, as the red-hot SPAC stock took a mid-week breather. The stock has gained an impressive 17% over the past week as things have started to heat up in terms of merger rumors with Lucid Motors. Shares are still down nearly 245% from the all-time high price of $64.86, so there are definitely some investors who are interested in seeing the price of the stock significantly rise from current price levels.
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The electric vehicle sector in general pulled back on Wednesday, as growth sectors ended lower ahead of the CPI report on Thursday. Tesla ((NASDAQ:(TSLA))) finished 0.80% lower, and Nio (NYSE:NIO) dipped by 1.88% on the day. XPeng ((NYSE:XPEV)), Li Auto ((NASDAQ:LI)), Ford (NYSE:F), and General Motors ((NYSE:GM)) also ended in the red, so CCIV’s dip is more likely attributed to industry performance rather than bearish news about the company.
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The recent track records of EV companies going public via SPAC IPOs has not been great, although investors seem to be overlooking this with Lucid. Nikola ((NASDAQ:NKLA)), Canoo (NASDAQ:GOEV), and Lordstown Motors (NASDAQ:RIDE), have all performed poorly since their respective mergers completed. While Lucid does perform in a different segment of the market, it is interesting to note how many promising EV companies turned out to be underperformers.