General Motors has outperformed Wall Street's expectations for 22 consecutive quarters, including a solid beat in the third quarter with earnings increasing more than 70% from a year earlier.
While the automaker declined to release guidance for the fourth quarter, there's a lot investors should be watching during the fourth quarter — from a potential $2 billion deal with embattled electric vehicle start-up Nikola to an update with investors on its electric vehicle strategy.
Shares of GM recently climbed their way back into the black. The stock is up 6% in 2020.
Here are five things to monitor regarding GM for the remainder of 2020: