Demand for Tesla shares on the stock exchange today – 07/21/22 – News

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Tesla shares (Tesla shares) are slightly higher today. Investors recently paid € 742.60 for a security.

Today, Tesla’s shares in the US stock market rose by 1.61 percent. The share price increased by EUR 11.80. The paper is currently trading at EUR 742.60 on the stock exchange. If Tesla shares rise by more than 45.43 percent in the coming days, a new all-time record will be set. The highest price the action has reached to date is November 4, 2021. Price at that time: € 1080.

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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 posted a net income of $ 5.52 billion. The company had sales of goods and services worth $ 53.8 billion. Another look at the business ledgers is scheduled for August 4, 2022.

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