Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk tapered down expectations ahead of the electric-car maker’s Battery Day event scheduled for Tuesday evening, sending shares lower.
U.S. equity markets got a jolt of volatility but recovered a good portion of Monday’s losses.
Tesla Inc. shares bounced around Monday as traders looked ahead to the company’s upcoming Battery Day event.
A 2020 election win by former Vice President Joe Biden could speed up the U.S. dollar’s decline, according to Goldman Sachs.
Nikola founder Trevor Milton resigned as executive chairman of the company's board of directors, effective immediately.
After months of debate over mail-in ballots, more common during the COVID-19 era and more time-consuming to count, the options market has priced in outsize stock-market volatility through Election Day.
Unity Software shares spiked 44% in their opening trade on the New York Stock Exchange.
The administration's action against the Chinese apps rippled through the U.S. tech industry.
Model 3 sales in the world's second-largest economy, expected to represent 40% or more of global electric-vehicle sales by early 2022, have higher margins and will help Tesla achieve increased profitability over the next few years, an analyst says.
Mega-cap tech stocks led the Nasdaq lower.