• SEC announced the non-compliance and possible delisting of five Chinese stocks last week.
  • China has shut down Shanghai and Shenzen over covid infections.
  • Xpeng has joined three European auto organizations.

Xpeng stock (XPEV) has started the week by trading all the way back under its US IPO price back in August 2020. Midday on Monday shares are down more than 11% to $20.30. Nearly all Chinese equities are trading lower after Covid-19 shutdowns were announced on Sunday in Shenzen and Shanghai as well. These shutdowns are serious enough to cause production stoppages at Foxconn.

Additionally, it was reported over the weekend that Russia had asked China to aid its war against Ukraine, an action that some observers say could put Chinese firms on Western sanctions lists. Russia, however, has denied this.

Shares are also feeling the burn from the US Securities & Exchange Commission's (SEC) actions last week. The SEC announced the possible delisting of five Chinese companies that trade on US exchanges.

Xpeng has joined three Europeans automobile associations in a sign of its intent on entering the EU market on a greater scale. The European Association for Electromobility (AVERE), Royal RAI Vereniging / RAI Association (RAI) and BIL Sweden have all given Xpeng membership.

Fallout from DiDi Global (DIDI) being denied a listing in Hong Kong has also carried into Monday. DiDi's US shares dropped about 44% on Friday after the news broke.

Xpeng Stock Forecast: Finding support below IPO price

Xpeng stock is now trading below its $21.10 low on it first day of trading in the US back on August 27, 2020. From here, investors better hope that XPEV share remain above $17.12. This is the only support structure left at this point and stem from September of 2020. If it does break $17.12, then XPEV shares are in no-man's land and will need to rediscover a new support level. Xpeng stock will not return to neutral until shares regain $23, a price that has served both as support and resistance over the past 18 months.

XPEV 1-day chart

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