307.30 -1.14 (-0.37%)
After hours: 7:51PM EDT
|Bid||307.28 x 800|
|Ask||307.40 x 1100|
|Day's Range||288.20 - 308.50|
|52 Week Range||244.59 - 389.61|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Oct 30, 2018 - Nov 5, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||329.24|
JPMorgan out with a note, slashing its Tesla price target to $198 from $305, back to where they had it before Elon Musk's 'funding secured' tweet.
Shares of Tesla are down after JP Morgan announced it would cut its price target for the stock. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin, and Andy Serwer are joined by FX Street Senior Analyst Joe Trevisani to discuss.
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Aug.20 -- Big tech is at a bit of a crossroads, still making gains this year but not without some pullbacks in the market. Jim Suva, managing director at Citigroup, weighs in on two of the biggest tech names impacting the market: Apple and Tesla.
Aug.20 -- Pierre Ferragu, New Street Research analyst, and Liam Denning, a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, discuss the concerns about Elon Musk's work habits with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." Denning's opinions are his own.
Tesla is planning to bring games to its electric cars' giant touchscreens, so why doesn't it have video playback while the car isn't moving -- something drivers have wanted for years? Elon Musk has responded to a question about the feature with a claim that video playback will be available with "version 10" of Tesla's car software. It's safe to say that Tesla will put tight restrictions on video whenever it arrives.
As the Tesla going private saga enters its third week, Bloomberg's Emily Chang asks Teresa Goody, chief executive officer of Goody Group and a former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission attorney, just ...
The rise of private markets where companies are free from the constraints of quarterly reporting is already reshaping the makeup of the public stock market. It’s sparked a secular decline in public listings. On Friday, President Trump said he instructed the Securities and Exchange Commission to study whether companies should release earnings twice a year, rather than four times.
Tesla Inc.’s tumultuous year has fueled concern among some of its suppliers about the auto maker’s financial strength after production of the Model 3 car drained some of its cash, according to industry executives and documents. A recent survey sent privately by a well-regarded automotive supplier association to top executives found that 18 of 22 respondents believe that Tesla is now a financial risk to their companies, according to the document reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. Separately, several suppliers in interviews said Tesla has tried to stretch out payments or asked for significant cash back.
Tesla investor Ross Gerber said the carmaker's problems are mostly operational, which is Apple CEO Tim Cook's area of expertise. Apple AAPL should buy a stake in Tesla TSLA now for the sake of both companies, Tesla investor Ross Gerber told CNBC on Monday.
For years, Tesla's board remained almost invisible, staying behind the curtain as superstar Chairman and CEO Elon Musk guided the electric car maker to huge stock price increases. Now, given Musk's recent questionable behavior, experts say it's time for the board to step onstage and take action on the company's leadership. The list of Musk's offenses include berating Wall Street analysts on a conference call and labeling as a pedophile via Twitter a British diver involved in the cave rescue of trapped Thai soccer players.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk needs to delegate more and work with an outside distributor if he's going to make the electric car maker "sustainable," former Toyota U.S.A. President Jim Press told CNBC on Monday. Press said the market has been fair to Tesla so far, so it may be best to stay public, but it's about time Tesla got profitable. Tesla TSLA CEO Elon Musk needs to delegate more and work with an outside distributor if he's going to make the electric car maker "sustainable," Jim Press, former COO and president of Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., told CNBC on Monday.
In the week ended August 17, Ford Motor Company (F) stock settled at $9.55, a fall of 2%. The stock has seen negative movement in nine of the last ten weeks. In the previous week, it fell 3%.
Ford (NYSE:F), one of the most celebrated names in business history, has been hammered so far this year, losing more than a third of its value since January 18. It is remarkable how far the once-mighty Ford has fallen. Ford’s total value is now substantially lower than Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), a company with a tiny fraction of Ford’s revenues, and whose CEO has been behaving erratically on social media and elsewhere all year.