Dear NIO Stock fans, mark your calendars for this potential catalyst on March 25th

Investors in Nio (NYSE:NIO) stocks will want to check out the company when March 25 rolls around next week!

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That’s when the electric vehicle (EV) company is due to release its earnings report for the fourth quarter of 2021. But don’t bother waking up early for this, the report won’t come out until after markets close that day.

However, investors will want to keep an ear out for company news later today. The Chinese electric vehicle maker intends to hold a conference call with management to review its fourth quarter results at 9:00 p.m. Eastern time that evening.

Of course, NIO shareholders will also want to keep a few financial numbers in mind when this earnings report drops. Wall Street expects the company to post losses per share of 21 cents as well as revenue of $1.53 billion.

We’ll also see the company’s full-year 2021 results in its upcoming earnings report. Analyst estimates for that period include losses per share of 76 cents and revenue of $5.61 billion.

NIO stock ratings will also likely be updated by analysts following the release of its fourth quarter earnings report. At present, expert opinion is almost unanimous with 10 holding a “buy” rating and one holding a “hold” rating for the stocks.

Hopefully, the company’s earnings report can match the expectations of analysts, as well as NIO stock investors.

NIO stock is up 6.2% on Friday morning.

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As of the date of publication, William White had no position (directly or indirectly) in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author, subject to InvestorPlace.com Publication guidelines.

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