(Reuters) - Tesla shares fell to their lowest in more than a year on Thursday after Deutsche Bank raised concerns over ... Its market capitalization is set to fall by more than $17 billion to ...
Shares of Tesla slid to their lowest level in more than a year on Thursday after Deutsche Bank analysts downgraded the stock and lowered their price target by 35%, citing its "thesis-changing ...
Tesla Inc. shares could see a “potentially painful transition” in their ownership base as the electric-vehicle company doubles down on autonomy, a Deutsche Bank analyst warns. Deutsche Bank ...
Shares in the ... in the road time to get Tesla through this turbulent period otherwise dark days could be ahead,” Ives wrote this week. Yet on Thursday, Deutsche Bank joined other industry ...
Chief Executive Elon Musk won Beijing's blessing to roll out its driver-assistance service in China, Tesla's biggest overseas market. Deutsche Bank shares dropped Monday after the German lender ...
On Thursday, Deutsche Bank (ETR:DBKGn) raised the price target for Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) shares to $136 from $123, while keeping a Hold rating on the stock. The adjustment follows Tesla's first-quarter ...
Tesla shares lost ground as its stock was downgraded by Deutsche Bank on concerns about production of the Model 2 and the company's focus on its robotaxi. U.S. equities bounced back from their ...
News of the cuts also triggered a 5.6% drop in Tesla shares on Tuesday to $183.28 ... and technical challenges,” Emmanuel Rosner, a Deutsche Bank equity analyst, said in a research note.
In a note to investors on Monday, Bank of America Global Research analyst John Murphy wrote that Tesla’s shares have been under pressure since the start of the year due to weaker EV sales ...
Chief Executive Elon Musk won Beijing's blessing to roll out its driver-assistance service in China, Tesla's biggest overseas market. Deutsche Bank shares dropped Monday after the German lender ...