ChargePoint shares jumped 8,2% on Thursday’s trading session, with Jefferies saying the EV-charging company’s 2Q results and FY guidance look strong. Sales momentum likely to be maintained through rest of the year and note strength despite lingering work-from-home impact, which broker expects to abate. ChargePoint now expects to generate about $230 million in 2021 sales, up from a prior forecast of about $200 million. Analysts were projecting about $208 million in full-year sales before the earnings report.