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Tesla, Inc. (TSLA34.SA)

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29.90-0.79 (-2.57%)
As of 03:53PM BRT. Market open.
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Previous close30.69
Bid29.90 x 0
Ask29.93 x 0
Day's range29.63 - 31.24
52-week range22.63 - 44.84
Avg. volume1,051,339
Market cap3.064T
Beta (5Y monthly)2.32
PE ratio (TTM)45.30
EPS (TTM)0.66
Earnings date17 Jul 2024 - 22 Jul 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
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    Tesla bulls and short sellers, French stocks pull back: Morning Brief

    It's Friday morning, but even the stock market can't afford to take a three-day weekend! Morning Brief Hosts Seana Smith and Brad Smith guide investors through the leading industry stories and into the day's market open. Wall Street and tech investors are abuzz about Tesla (TSLA) and what CEO Elon Musk's pay package — valued at around $46 billion in the company's current stock price — is indicating about the future growth of the EV maker. Wedbush Securities Managing Director & Senior Equity Analyst Dan Ives details his latest forecast stipulating Tesla's market cap could be over $1 trillion in 2025. Clean Energy Transition CEO and Portfolio Manager Per Lekander later chimes in on why he believes Tesla is "the biggest stock market bubble in history" and that it could be "the next Enron." In stock news, Apple (AAPL) continues to hold the most valuable company title at the open after it's market cap surpassed Microsoft's (MSFT). France's CAC 40 (^FCHI) exchange takes a hit, falling by well over 2% as political tensions over France's snap election create unease in the market. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

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    'Don't fire Steve Jobs': Tesla analysts react to approval of Elon Musk's pay package

    Tesla stock slipped slightly on Friday after shareholders reapproved Elon Musk’s record-breaking pay pact, removing a big overhang on the stock as investors blessed the controversial compensation plan.

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    Don't bet against Elon Musk: Dan Ives talks $1T Tesla call

    After Tesla (TSLA) shareholders voted on Thursday to approve CEO Elon Musk's pay package — valued at over $46 billion based on today's stock price — will the wins keep on coming for Musk? One analyst forecasts Tesla could become a $1 trillion company in 2025. Joining The Morning Brief is Wedbush Securities Managing Director & Senior Equity Analyst Dan Ives to discuss his call and how Musk continues to grow Tesla's value through developing autonomous and full-self driving (FSD) capabilities, integrating AI, and even the EV maker's venture into robotics. "This is a disruptive technology company. And I think that's where the bears will say it's a car company, they've said it from, what, $100 million up to a trillion. So the point is this is disruptive tech. And now when you look at autonomy software, FSD, that's the vision," Ives explains. "But also this is one that you're going to see three, four million vehicles per year when you look out 4 or 5 years from now. And again, betting against Musk, it's been the wrong move." Ives later comments on the energy seen is Musk at Thursday's shareholder meeting: "Musk is Tesla, Tesla is Musk... you're seeing old-school Musk return now." Ark Invest (ARKK) Founder, CEO, and CIO Cathie Wood spoke with Yahoo Finance amid Tesla's annual shareholder meeting to talk about her latest call projecting Tesla stock to skyrocket to $2,600 by 2029. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Morning Brief. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan. Catch up on Yahoo Finance's coverage of all things Tesla, Elon Musk, and his pay package saga: Elon Musk wins Tesla shareholder battle to keep his record-breaking pay Elon Musk has been integral to Tesla's growth, AI: Cathie Wood Musk's pay battle is not over. Here's why. Is Elon Musk the right fit as Tesla's CEO? Musk pay package: What's incentivizing shareholder votes Elon Musk's $46B Tesla pay package: Explained