Shares of US company Tesla on Wednesday fell to the lowest level since late May of 280 dollars 74 cents, losing 2.8% of its value, Reuters reports. The day before, after the presentation of the first electric vehicle from Mercedes in Stockholm, Tesla shares declined by 4.2%. In addition, on Wednesday, there was a record drop in bonds worth $1 billion 800 million, issued by Tesla a year ago, as well as an increase in the price of insurance of Tesla bonds in case of default. Since August 7, after the message of Elon Musk on Twitter that he had provided financing for the transfer of the company into private ownership, Tesla shares lost a quarter of their value.
Asian shares to record first monthly loss on bond rout31.03.2021
UK economy shows 1.3% stronger-than-expected growth in fourth quarter29.03.2021
Asian shares advance, oil plunges on refloated Suez Canal ship29.03.2021
Facebook, Google team up to have new undersea cables to connect Southeast Asia and America