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March 20, 2014
12:05 EDTZNGA, TSLAStocks with call strike movement; ZNGA TSLA
Zynga (ZNGA) September 6 call option implied volatility decreased 2% to 61, Tesla (TSLA) June 265 call option implied volatility increased 1% to 57 according to IVolatility.
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July 1, 2015
06:57 EDTTSLATesla EV owners frustrated with wait times at supercharger stations, WSJ says
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05:50 EDTZNGAStocks with implied volatility movement; ZNGA MBI
Stocks with implied volatility movement; Zynga (ZNGA) 66, MBIA (MBI) 114 according to iVolatility.
June 30, 2015
12:07 EDTTSLATransAlta to use Tesla battery technology in large scale energy storage project
TransAlta (TAC) has been awarded $250,000 from Alberta Innovates - Energy & Environment Solutions to help launch Alberta's first large-scale commercial energy storage project. TransAlta will use commercial-scale lithium-ion batteries to reduce energy costs for the customer. Five commercial-scale Tesla (TSLA) Powerpack batteries will be installed, each about the size of a household fridge, in a medium-sized building, such as a large grocery store, apartment block, post-secondary institution building or small office tower. The technology allows a building owner to purchase electricity during times of low demand and low prices - after midnight, for example - store it in the on-site battery units, and then use that power during periods of high demand when prices peak, typically in the late afternoon and early evening. The project should be running in late-2016. More than half of the total project costs will be covered by TransAlta as part of our commitment to the demonstration project.
June 29, 2015
10:25 EDTTSLAFirm says SpaceX explosion could hurt ViaSat
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06:56 EDTTSLATesla shares have 'substantially' more upside, says Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse analyst Dan Galves said Tesla shares are "much cheaper" now than they were when they hit their all-time high in September 2014, noting that near-term risks for the auto business have been lowered substantially and he sees "substantially" more upside as possible for the stock. Galves expects Tesla to deliver 11,000-11,500 vehicles in Q2, topping the company's estimate for 10,000-11,000 deliveries, and believes the lower-end Model S70D will lead to an uptick in deliveries in the second half of the year. Galves keeps an Outperform rating on the stock and raised the firm's price target for Tesla to $325 from $290, adding that he thinks valuations as high as about $400 are possible over the next 12-18 months.
June 26, 2015
16:00 EDTTSLAOptions Update; June 26, 2015
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09:58 EDTTSLAChina to offer subsidies for new energy vehicles, People's Daily Online reports
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08:11 EDTTSLATesla outlook positive, says Pacific Crest
After touring Tesla's factory, Pacific Crest says the company looks poised to meet its timetable for the launch of its Model x vehicle. The firm is more upbeat on the outlook for the company's energy storage business than it was previously, and thinks that the business could generate significantly more revenue than expected. The firm thinks the bear scenario of Q4 demand being too weak to support ramping production is unlikely to play out. It keeps an Overweight rating on Tesla.
June 25, 2015
16:00 EDTTSLAOptions Update; June 25, 2015
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15:59 EDTTSLATesla China shipments slow again in May, IBD says
Tesla shipped only 163 Model S sedans to China in May, which was nearly double the prior month's total but down from the 414 units averaged in the past 12 months, said Investor's Business Daily, citing data released by JL Warren Capital. Reference Link
07:12 EDTTSLAAfter surveying 145 car owners, Jefferies raises Tesla price target
Jefferies analyst Dan Dolev raised his price target for Tesla shares to $360 from $350 after surveying 145 owners of the company's electric cars. The stock closed yesterday down $2.50 to $265.17. On average, owners were willing to pay 60% more for a Tesla, which suggests a much larger total addressable market when the lower priced Model III is introduced in 2017, Dolev tells investors this morning in a research note. Further, the survey highlighted "exceptional" brand loyalty, with 85% noting that their next car would be a Tesla, the analyst writes. Dolev upped his 2020 production estimate from 515K cars from 500K and keeps a Buy rating on Tesla.
06:00 EDTTSLATesla implied volatility of 29 at lower end of index mean range
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June 24, 2015
09:35 EDTTSLAActive equity options trading on open
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June 23, 2015
11:39 EDTTSLAStocks with call strike movement; TSLA MU
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June 22, 2015
16:00 EDTTSLAOptions Update; June 22, 2015
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures down 78c to 17.45. Option volume leaders: AAPL FB BAC CHK WMB BABA TWTR MU AMBA TSLA JPM
12:18 EDTTSLATesla volatility low after saying Model 3 'remains on schedule'
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11:33 EDTTSLATesla off lows after saying Model 3 'remains on schedule'
Shares of Tesla are off their lows after the company told Bloomberg that production of the $35,000 Model 3 "remains on schedule." The comment comes after website Inside EVs reported yesterday that production of the lower priced model was pushed back to 2018. The Model 3 will reach full production in 2018, but production will start in 2017, the electric car maker told Bloomberg in an emailed statement. Shares of Tesla are down $2.51 to $260.00 in morning trading. The stock fell as low as $255.69 today.
11:17 EDTTSLATesla spokesperson says Model 3 'on schedule,' Bloomberg reports
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10:06 EDTTSLATesla delays Model 3 launch to 2018, InsideEVs reports
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09:48 EDTTSLATesla's need for cash and high stock price may be risky, WSJ reports
Tesla may be raising more money while it can after taking out a revolving credit agreement with several major banks, reports the Wall Street Journal. Current Finance Chief Deepak Ahuja's successor will likely make use of the new funding as the company's CapEx have often outpaced its operating cash flow. But if the Model X launch stumbles, the cash burn could exceed $1.5B and may end 2015 with less than $1B in available liquidity in a gloomier scenario. Reference Link
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