There is no room for error here, with the stock up 220% in the last year. The company reports Nov. 21.
No injuries were reported in a Tennessee incident in which a driver hit road debris.
Stimulus fatigue is setting in, and short sellers are seeing new opportunities as a breakdown emerges.
Shares of the automaker were down big a day after the company’s announcement.
Revenue from the automaker was good. . . just not good enough for high expectations.
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The electric car maker is reporting its third-quarter results, and Wall Street expects big gains in earnings and revenue.
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