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Tesla Inc delivered 100,291 China-made electric vehicles (EVs) in November, the highest monthly sales since its Shanghai factory opened in late 2020, a Xinhua report said on Monday. However, BYD led all brands in China's November EV sales at 229,942 electric cars including plug-in hybrids and pure electric vehicles, three times more than a year earlier and more than double Tesla's tally, China Passenger Car Association data shows. BYD was the top-selling car brand in China in the first four weeks of November, data from China Merchants Bank International shows, outperforming the Volkswagen brand in a reversal that highlights the pressure on legacy brands in the world's largest auto market.
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Tesla's competition in the electric vehicle market has been heating up over the past two years as more EV manufacturers ramp up production and deliveries. Tesla still has a lot of good news to report through the first three quarters of 2022, as it is well on its way to delivering 1 million EVs with 908,000 delivered in the year through Sept. 30 after delivering 343,000 in the third quarter. While Tesla's top competitors in the U.S. hold small percentages of the market -- Ford , 7%; Kia, 5%; Chevrolet, 4%, Hyundai, 4% -- these companies and smaller ones are setting records at delivering EVs as they increase production.
Apple has sped up plans to move part of its production out of China, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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Cloud computing is a massive industry right now and still growing, with an estimated market size of $1.5 trillion by 2030, according to Grand View Research. Lots of tech companies have their hands in cloud computing these days, so where should investors even begin? Two great places to start are with The Trade Desk (NASDAQ: TTD) and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN).
“There’s a very open and shut case for fraud,” said Armstrong, adding it’s “bizarrre” the media isn’t calling Bankman-Fried a “criminal.”
We can't know for sure yet if Buffett is adding to his positions in these companies -- but it's a pretty good bet that he is.
Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: META) has suffered an epic collapse over the last year. While that's all bad news, what's already happened to Meta stock shouldn't matter at this point. What does matter is if the stock offers a good value at its current price, or if the discounted value of future cash flows is greater than the current valuation.
Will Healy (MercadoLibre): MercadoLibre could prosper in 2023 on its antifragility. One example of MercadoLibre's antifragility is how it makes e-commerce possible in its region. To succeed, MercadoLibre has to reach customers who do not hold bank accounts or credit cards.
Stocks in Hong Kong and mainland China jumped on Monday, after local Chinese authorities took more steps to ease strict Covid-19 policies that have crimped the country’s growth. The Hang Seng Index was 4.5% higher on Monday afternoon in Hong Kong, with key stocks including e-commerce giant Alibaba and smartphone maker Xiaomi rising more than double that. The CSI 300 Index, a gauge of the largest listed companies in mainland China, rose nearly 2% to its highest level since mid-September.
These growth stocks fell sharply amid the uncertain economy, but the future still looks bright for both businesses.
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Brian Armstrong says only the “most gullible person” would believe an $8 billion hole was due to lackluster accounting.
The market is down on these stocks despite the fact that they continue to grow through a challenging environment.
Provention Bio (NASDAQ: PRVB) is a small-cap biotech whose shares have doubled in the past three months. The company can thank the expected and eventual approval of Tzield for that performance. In mid-November, Tzield became the first and only treatment approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the delay of the onset of type 1 diabetes (T1D) in at-risk patients.