Author: Mohit Oberoi, CFA
Mohit Oberoi joined Market Realist in June 2014 and has written more than 6,000 articles. He covers metals, asset managers, macroeconomics, and automobile stocks. Mohit's research was cited in the Commerce Department's Section 232 steel report, and he was also invited as a speaker to a scrap metal event in Russia.
Tesla (TSLA) has officially launched its Model 3 in South Korea, where it is attracting significant interest from prospective buyers.
Donald Trump foresees a recession in China if it does not forge a trade deal with the US. He has also said his tariffs are driving China’s slowdown.
California Highway Patrol officials saw a Tesla semi truck. They were impressed with the credentials. The CHP posted comments on its Facebook page.
Alcoa stock is trading sideways with a negative bias on Thursday. There has been a bloodbath in the entire metal and mining space.
There weren't any real surprises in Berkshire Hathaway’s 13F for the second quarter. In some ways, the 13F replicated the first quarter.
On Wednesday, Tesla tweeted about range anxiety. Tesla and Elon Musk frequently tease bears and electric vehicle cynics. Musk called them “last century.”
German GDP fell in the second quarter, igniting recession fears. Chinese economic data released earlier today also stoked fears of a slowdown.
Chinese electric vehicle sales stalled in July. Overall, new energy vehicle sales fell 4.7%, entering negative territory for the first time in two years.
In the second quarter, the Chinese economy expanded at the slowest pace in 27 years. On Wednesday, China released a series of weak economic data points.
The US has delayed the implementation of the new 10% tariff on China from September to December. Let's take a look at why.