TSLA - Tesla, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
300.9176
-12.6624 (-4.04%)
As of 11:55AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close313.5800
Open301.8400
Bid302.0400 x 100
Ask302.1400 x 100
Day's Range292.8601 - 303.7700
52 Week Range244.5900 - 389.6100
Volume7,037,357
Avg. Volume8,236,728
Market Cap51.094B
Beta0.97
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-13.9730
Earnings DateAug 1, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est290.32
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  • Tesla may be going into reverse by asking suppliers for cash
    Yahoo Finance Video1 hour ago

    Tesla may be going into reverse by asking suppliers for cash

    In a memo, Tesla is asking some of its suppliers for cash back in order to make a profit during a critical production time. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Ethan Wolf-Mann and Melody Hahm discuss.

  • Tesla Is Heading for Profitability Says Consumer Edge's Albertine
    Bloomberg Video48 minutes ago

    Tesla Is Heading for Profitability Says Consumer Edge's Albertine

    Jul.23 -- James Albertine, senior analyst for Consumer Edge Research discusses Tesla's path to profitability. He talks to Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open."

  • Tesla shares drop on report that it's asking suppliers for refunds
    Autoblog3 hours ago

    Tesla shares drop on report that it's asking suppliers for refunds

    Shares of Tesla fell more than 4 percent in trading before the bell on Monday, after a report that the electric car maker has turned to some suppliers for a refund of previously made payments in a bid to turn a profit. Tesla has asked some suppliers to refund money paid by the electric car maker since 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing a memo. The memo, which the paper said was sent by a global supply manager, described the request as essential to Tesla's continued operation and characterized it as an investment in the car company to continue the long-term growth between both players.

  • Tesla reportedly asked suppliers for cash back to help it reach profitability
    TechCrunch13 hours ago

    Tesla reportedly asked suppliers for cash back to help it reach profitability

    In an unusual move, Tesla reportedly asked some suppliers to return part of

  • Associated Press7 minutes ago

    Tesla stock skids on report it asked suppliers for refunds

    Shares of Tesla tumbled Monday on reports that the company asked suppliers for refunds to help it turn a profit. A memo provided to The Wall Street Journal shows the electric car maker asked a supplier to return what it calls a meaningful amount of money on its payments since 2016. Tesla declined to comment on the specific memo, but confirmed that it is seeking price reductions from suppliers for projects, some of which date back that far.

  • Barrons.com34 minutes ago

    Tech Today: Chips' Tariff Risk, Spotify a Must-Own, Tesla Passes the Hat

    Here are some things going on today in the world of tech: Shares of several semiconductor names are taking it on the chin this morning, after Morgan Stanley’s Joseph Moore warned that the Trump administration’s tariff moves increase risks to the group, particularly the analog chip names. "On the other hand, even the slightest whiff on the demand front could lead to significant decline in stocks." Moore advises picking "companies with more defensive characteristics like high margins and free cash flow," such as Analog Devices (ADI),  versus "companies with more commodity exposure and lower margins” such as Cypress Semiconductor (CY). Alphabet (GOOGL) is set to report earnings results this afternoon, after the closing bell.

  • Reuters35 minutes ago

    Tesla shares drop on report that it asked suppliers for refunds

    Tesla has asked some suppliers to refund money paid by the electric car maker since 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported https://www.wsj.com/articles/tesla-asks-suppliers-for-cash-back-to-help-turn-a-profit-1532301091?mod=hp_lead_pos4 on Sunday citing a memo. The memo, which the paper said was sent by a global supply manager, described the request as essential to Tesla's continued operation and characterized it as an investment in the car company to continue the long-term growth between both players. Tesla did not respond to a series of emails and phone calls seeking comment.

  • Tesla shares drop on report that it asked suppliers for refunds
    Reuters38 minutes ago

    Tesla shares drop on report that it asked suppliers for refunds

    Tesla has asked some suppliers to refund money paid by the electric car maker since 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported https://www.wsj.com/articles/tesla-asks-suppliers-for-cash-back-to-help-turn-a-profit-1532301091?mod=hp_lead_pos4 on Sunday citing a memo. The memo, which the paper said was sent by a global supply manager, described the request as essential to Tesla's continued operation and characterized it as an investment in the car company to continue the long-term growth between both players. Tesla did not respond to a series of emails and phone calls seeking comment.

  • Tesla Is Heading for Profitability Says Consumer Edge's Albertine
    Bloomberg48 minutes ago

    Tesla Is Heading for Profitability Says Consumer Edge's Albertine

    James Albertine, senior analyst for Consumer Edge Research discusses Tesla's path to profitability. He talks to Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • The Robots Can Handle the Factors
    Bloomberg53 minutes ago

    The Robots Can Handle the Factors

    At a high level, what investors do is some form of pattern matching. A stock has some characteristics—a head-and-shoulders price pattern, a low price-earnings ratio, a chief executive officer who won’t look you in the eye, a series of complex financial transactions that boost reported income without affecting cash flows—that match, in some salient respects, some characteristics of other stocks that have previously gone up or down.

  • MarketWatch1 hour ago

    Tesla shares on track for six-week low after WSJ refund report

    Shares of Tesla Inc. (tsla) fell more than 5% in late morning trading Monday, putting them on track for their lowest close since June 5. The losses followed a report in The Wall Street Journalsaying that Tesla had asked some suppliers for refunds in an effort to turn a profit. Tesla shares have lost more than 4% so far this year, and more than 9% in the past 12 months, which contrasts with S&P 500 index's (spx) gains of more than 4% for the year and 13% in the last 12 months.