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Tesla could shed more than 40% if it’s overtaken as the leader in electronic vehicles, Credit Suisse says
Ford is expected to announce its Mustang-inspired electric SUV, called the Mach-E, on Sunday. That could threaten Tesla's lead in the US EV market.
GrubHub and Uber have beaten out Tesla as the most profitable short bets this year. Here are the top 10 most lucrative shorts in the US.
Tesla fell from the top spot in October, when its third-quarter earnings beat Wall Street expectations and sent shares soaring.
Tesla’s setting up for a strong 2020 that could send the stock to an all time high, according to Jefferies
Jefferies raised its Tesla price target to $400 from $300 and reaffirmed its "buy" rating, reflecting higher earnings and an improved balance sheet.
Tesla short-sellers lost $1.4 billion after the company reported a surprise profit — erasing 70% of their gains for the year
According to data from S3 Partners, traders betting against Tesla lost around 70% of their profits for the year.
Tesla shattered Wall Street’s profit forecast for the third quarter. But these 6 analysts are questioning how long it can last.
The electric-car manufacturer reported profit per share of $1.91 for the third quarter, surpassing estimates of a loss per share of $0.24.
CEO Elon Musk announced the company's new Shanghai factory has already reached trial production and will reach volume production "in a few months."
All eyes will be on Tesla’s profitability picture when it releases earnings today. Here’s what Wall Street analysts are saying ahead of th...
The electric-car manufacturer has already posted record delivery numbers for the third quarter that still came up short of Wall Street forecasts.
The electric carmaker said on Wednesday that it produced 96,155 vehicles and delivered 97,000 during the third quarter.
The company delivered 97,000 cars in between June and September. Shares of the company's stock fell about 4% in after-hours trading.
Walmart alleges that the fires were a result of "widespread negligence" by Tesla and the employees who installed the systems.