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Author: Jitendra Parashar
Jitendra Parashar joined Market Realist in 2015 from a financial markets research background. He covered automobile and tech companies as well as macro developments. His focus areas included artificial intelligence and autonomy, electric cars, and tech innovations. Jitendra has a bachelor's degree in journalism and a master's degree in business administration (MBA) in finance and international business.
After markets closed yesterday, Tesla (TSLA) reported its third-quarter car deliveries. Tesla stock fell 4.1% to $233.20 after hours.
Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk is one of the most widely followed billionaires on Twitter. His love for Twitter is no secret.
On Thursday, Tesla (TSLA) could improve its presence in China—the world’s largest auto market—with a made-in-China Tesla Model 3.
Chinese electric car maker NIO delivered 837 cars in July, down from 1,340 cars in June. Tesla’s delivery growth range was 110%–221% in the last year.
The Dow Jones erased most of the gains it saw during the session after President Trump made a controversial statement about a China trade deal.