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Tesla stocks (Tesla shares) are currently not standing out on the US stock exchange. The most recent price was $ 764.00.
So far, little has changed in the course of Tesla. At $ 764.00, the paper is roughly on the previous day’s level. The increase in value is only very small at 0.58 percent. Despite the modest return, Tesla shares are outperforming the overall market as measured by the NASDAQ 100 (NASDAQ 100). The NASDAQ 100 is currently trading at 12,727 points. This corresponds to an increase of 0.36 percent compared to the last quotation on the previous trading day. Tesla’s share price hit its highest price to date on November 4, 2021. At that time, the share was trading for $ 1,243.25, or $ 479.25 more than today.
Tesla Inc. is a leading manufacturer of premium electric vehicles and a supplier of solar energy systems and energy storage solutions. The company develops and sells electric vehicles at various price points. Tesla recently booked a net income of $ 5.52 billion. The company had sales of goods and services worth $ 53.8 billion.
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This is how analysts see Tesla’s shares
Tesla’s shares are tracked by several analysts.
Swiss bank Credit Suisse has kept Tesla “better” with a target price of $ 1,125. The electric car maker is currently focusing on new production facilities in Shanghai and Austin, as well as near Berlin, analyst Dan Levy wrote in a study published Friday. His visit to the Fremont plant reminded him of the continuous improvement of the production there. The stock’s long-term investment backbone remains intact, and the recent fall in prices offers an attractive entry opportunity.
The major Swiss bank UBS maintained Tesla neutrality with a target price of $ 1,100. Following a spike in prices in March, many commodity prices have recently fallen again, reducing risk from commodity prices, more significant margins drops for car makers, analyst Juan Perez-Carrascosa wrote in an industry survey released on Thursday. Moreover, increases in sales prices by producers were likely to be sufficient to counterbalance the pressure from raw material prices on margins – at least in the short term. Overall, companies like Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Tesla are also least affected by margin pressure, with mass producers suffering more.
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