2 months EV Week In Review: Industry Sinks With Broader Market, Musk Hints At Earnings Call Appearance, Nio’s Deliveries Rebound, Toyota Teams Up With Buffett-Backed BYD Benzinga    

EV stocks were swathed in a sea of red in the week ending Dec. 3, with the Omicron variant threat and fears concerning a potential delisting of Chinese EV makers responsible for much of the weakness. The sell-off in the U.S.-listed Chinese EV stocks came despite the companies churning out encouraging November delivery numbers.

Here are the key events that happened in the EV space during the week:

Tesla Amid A Slew Of News Flow Tesla CEO Elon Musk resumed stock sales this week. He exercised options to sell an incremental 934,091 shares of the EV maker, raising $1.01 billion. Since Nov. 8, Musk has sold shares worth $10.9 billion, in line with the verdict of his Twitter followers who voted in support of a 10% liquidation of his stake.

Tesla also officially filed with the SEC to move its headquarters to Texas.

In another noteworthy development, Musk suggested through a tweet that he will likely take part in the company's earnings call to shed light on Tesla's product roadmap. Musk has previously stayed away from third-quarter earnings calls.

Musk also confirmed through a …

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