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Tesla Stock TSLA Closed above $900 For The First Time, Just Shy Of $950

by Vincent Y June 08, 2020

Tesla Stock TSLA Closed above $900 For The First Time, Just Shy Of $950

On Monday June 8th 2020, Tesla Inc. the electric car maker's stock went up 7.26% and closed at $949.92 per share, just shy of $950. Now the company has the market cap of 176.19 billion. 

Earlier this morning, China Association of Automobile Manufacturers' (CPCA) reported Tesla had sold 11,095 China-Made Model 3 in May (China only), up 205% month over month. Also the number is not including Model S and X which manufacture in Fremont Factory in California.

CBEA in China also reported Tesla Giga Shanghai produced 11,501 units of the China-Made Model 3, including the standard range plus and long range RWD. 




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