Investors could use some good news from Chinese electric-vehicle maker XPeng when it reports fourth-quarter results Friday morning. The company has been deal with declining sales—and a falling stock price—since


cut pricing for its vehicles in China earlier this year.

Wall Street is looking for a per-share loss of about 16 cents from $950 million in sales for the 2022 fourth quarter. A US-listed American depositary receipt, or ADR, has two


shares embedded in it. Analysts expect a per-ADR loss of about 32 cents.


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