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Financials : Insurance | Small Cap Value
Company profile

Atlas Financial Holdings, Inc. is a financial services holding company. The Company, through its subsidiaries, is engaged in the underwriting of commercial automobile insurance policies, focusing on the light commercial automobile sector. It operates through the property and casualty (P&C) insurance business segment. Its automobile sector includes taxi cabs, non-emergency para-transit, limousine, livery and business auto. Its automobile insurance products provide insurance coverage in over three areas, including liability, accident benefits and physical damage. Its liability insurance provides coverage subject to policy terms and conditions where the insured is determined to be responsible and/or liable for an automobile accident, for the payment for injuries and property damage to third parties. The accident benefit policies or provide coverage for loss of income, medical and rehabilitation expenses for insured persons injured in an automobile accident, regardless of fault.

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UPDATE: Nio, XPeng report rising sales as Wall Street awaits U.S. auto sales snapshot

12:16 pm ET February 1, 2021 (MarketWatch)
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By Claudia Assis

Chinese electric-vehicle makers Nio Inc. and XPeng Inc. on Monday reported breakthrough sales numbers, albeit from low starting posts, as investors expect January car sales to continue to show the industry's resilience through the pandemic.

The EV makers' sales news boosted shares of U.S. car makers, with Tesla Inc. (TSLA) rising 4% and Ford Motor Co. (F) jumping 6%.

Nio (NIO) said Monday it delivered 7,225 vehicles in January, a new monthly record for the company and a 352% rise from a year ago. It has delivered 82,866 vehicles in total, it said.

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Nio's American depositary receipts rose on the news but later gave back those gains and traded nearly 3% lower. The stock is up 1,364% in the past 12 months, contrasting with gains of around 17% for the S&P 500 index in the same period.

XPeng (XPEV) reported a nearly sixfold increase in January (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/epengs-stock-jumps-after-near-six-fold-increase-in-january-deliveries-2021-02-01)deliveries, selling 6,015 vehicles in January, up 470% from the same period a year ago. It was also XPeng's third straight month of record deliveries. XPeng's stock has soared nearly 150% over the past three months; the company's ADRs started trading in August (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/chinese-ev-maker-x-peng-files-for-ipo-real-estate-giant-ke-holdings-sets-ipo-terms-2020-08-07).

For U.S. car sales, analysts at Deutsche Bank, led by Emmanuel Rosner, said they expect annualized sales around 16.2 million vehicles in January, down slightly from December's but above November's, "continuing to demonstrate impressive resilience in light of the high daily rate of infection from (COVID-19) in the US and ongoing restrictions nationwide."

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Retail sales were seen down about 6% in the month, which had one fewer selling day this year. Fleet sales could see another decline around 30% on ongoing low daily rental activity, even though commercial and government fleet sales have shown signs of improvement, the analysts said.

They forecast 2021 U.S. sales around 15.8 million units, "with upside potential from new government infrastructure spending or EV incentives."

Among U.S. makers, Ford is expected to report January sales within the next few days while Tesla and General Motors Co. (GM) will report first-quarter sales in early April. GM last week surprised markets with the goal of phasing out gasoline-powered vehicles and offering only EVs by 2035. (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/gm-aims-to-offer-only-electric-cars-by-2035-and-to-be-carbon-neutral-by-2040-11611927219)

-Claudia Assis; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com

	

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February 01, 2021 12:16 ET (17:16 GMT)

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