|Bid||303.00 x 800|
|Ask||303.50 x 800|
|Day's Range||303.58 - 326.77|
|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|
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.
Turns out the Model 3 at $35,000 might not be the lowest price point Tesla could hit for a new electric vehicle. In a video interview with popular YouTuber Marques Brownlee, Elon Musk estimated that Tesla could hit a price point of $25,000 in three years, but only if they "work really hard" on further technical achievements and economies of scale.
Tesla plunged Friday, capping its worst week since 2016 after the New York Times reported Elon Musk frequently teared up in an interview as he discussed the personal strain of leading the electric-car ...
“There’s simply no way you can make good decisions and achieve your world-changing ambitions while running on empty.”
Elon Musk says changing his way of working is not an option after Arianna Huffington urged the Tesla CEO to take a different approach in running his company (Source: Bloomberg)
The Federal Open Market Committee is set to release minutes from its last meeting on Aug. 22. "The main focus in the FOMC minutes...will be on any discussion around balance sheet normalization and the longer run operational framework. TheStreet doesn't think Sears is in such a great place and the company may be running dangerously low on cash.
Maersk, Musk and a mixed open. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about today. The U.S. economy will be hit many times harder than the rest of the world by an escalating global trade war, according to the chief executive officer of A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S. Soren Skou, who runs the world’s biggest shipping company from Copenhagen, said the fallout of the current protectionist wave “could easily end up being bigger in the U.S.” Tariffs could slow global annual trade growth by 0.1 percent to 0.3 percent, though for the U.S. the effect could be “perhaps 3 or 4 percent,” he said at Maersk’s headquarters on Friday. Tesla Inc. Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk has ruled out changing his ways in response to an open letter from Uber Technologies Inc. board member Arianna Huffington. It follows an interview with the New York Times last week, in which Musk said he sacrificed family milestones in the race to meet Tesla production targets. Tesla shares plunged 8.9 percent on Friday after the interview with the New York Times in which he described the past 12 months as “the most difficult and painful year of my career.” References to Ambien use and driving while tweeting are fueling calls for Tesla’s board to step up its oversight of the company’s CEO and largest shareholder.
It's a big week for Tesla and CEO Elon Musk as concerns grow about both. U.S.-China trade talks are on tap, but so are new Trump tariffs. Trade headlines are likely to move stocks again
MARKET PULSE Elon Musk is hoping an investment from Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund can help take Tesla Inc. (tsla) private, but it may strike an investment deal with a Tesla rival, according to a report Sunday.
The talks between privately-held Lucid Motors and PIF underscore the latter's appetite to invest in electric car makers to diversify the oil-rich Middle Eastern kingdom's investment portfolio. A deal with Lucid Motors would also be more in line with PIF's limited resources, given that, despite its $250 billion in assets, PIF has already made substantial commitments to other technology companies or investments, including a $45-billion agreement to invest in a giant technology fund led by Japan's SoftBank Group Corp (9984.T).
Aug.19 -- Tesla plunged Friday, capping its worst week since 2016 after the New York Times reported Elon Musk frequently teared up in an interview as he discussed the personal strain of leading the electric-car maker, and also detailed his frequent use of a sleep-aid drug. Bloomberg's Su Keenan reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."