Lucid Motors CEO Peter Rawlinson poses at the Nasdaq MarketSite as Lucid Motors (Nasdaq: LCID) begins trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange after completing its business combination with Churchill Capital Corp IV in New York City, New York, July 26, 2021.
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Investors holding beaten-up electric vehicle stocks are bracing for a slate of first-quarter earnings reports, which roll out over the next few days.
The asset group has had a rough ride, with the S&P Kensho Electric Vehicles Index off 25% since the beginning of 2022 and down 43% from its February 2021 peak. The index tracks EV makers like Tesla and Honda as well as major auto industry suppliers like Visteon and