|Bid||353.40 x 100|
|Ask||353.53 x 100|
|Day's range||350.07 - 356.22|
|52-week range||178.19 - 389.61|
|PE ratio (TTM)||-72.93|
|Earnings date||24 Oct 2017 - 30 Oct 2017|
|Dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||321.89|
Electric car maker Tesla (TSLA) has little to fear from China. At least that seems to be the opinion of Piper Jaffray’s Alexander Potter. After meeting with an electric vehicle trade group in Beijing, Potter reiterated his Overweight rating on Tesla and his $386 price target, arguing that the quality of the company’s electric cars beats what’s getting made by its peers in China.
Tesla employees claim they were fired with almost no warning, and that the cuts targeted those who were paid most not just "performance" issues.
In a direct challenge to Tesla, Volvo Cars unveiled its first high-performance electric-car model in Shanghai on Tuesday, doubling down on its commitment to make only electric or hybrid vehicles starting ...
Piper Jaffray reiterates its overweight rating for Tesla shares, saying the company's electric car quality is far ahead of its peers in China.
Last week, which ended October 13, 2017, General Motors (GM) stock settled at $45.88 with a 2.1% rise from the previous week’s closing price.
Last week, the stocks of automakers General Motors (GM), Fiat Chrysler (FCAU), and Ferrari (RACE) continued to outperform the broader market, rising 2.1%, 0.90%, and 2.1%, respectively.
While Musk, the Tesla CEO, reportedly presided over the purging of several hundred employees after performance reviews last week, there's one performance review he apparently hasn't performed: a self-review.
A few developments that would have knocked most stocks off course are barely registering among Tesla’s bullish crowd. Late Friday, it was reported that Tesla had fired hundreds of workers. Tesla fell short of its Model 3 manufacturing goals for the third quarter, blaming “production bottlenecks.” Model 3 production is apparently going better now, according to Oppenheimer analyst Colin Rusch, who recently met with Tesla’s management.
Tesla Inc.’s former director of battery technology has joined Plenty Inc. to lead the vertical farming startup’s plan to build indoor growing rooms around the world.
One of key components in the Tesla (TSLA) bear case is the amount of cash it needs to spend to grow--it's burned though $10.6 billion in cash during its life as a public company, according to a Bernstein note. In fact, it seems that Tesla plans to keep on spending as long as it can, if comments from Oppenheimer's Colin Rusch and team following a meeting with Tesla management are anything to go by: We hosted dinner with TSLA last Thursday with a group of debt and equity investors. Management said it was targeting a minimum deployable cash balance of $1.5B- $2.0B for the foreseeable future.
Levi & Korsinsky announces it has commenced an investigation of Tesla, Inc. concerning possible violations of federal securities laws.
Tesla Motors fired hundreds of workers after completing its annual performance reviews, even though the electric automaker is trying to ramp up production to meet the demand for its new Model 3 sedan. ...
As Tesla ramps up production of its first mass-market EV, there's a war over whether the automaker can deliver on its promise.