Tesla Shares continue to dip after Elon Musk's tweet

Tesla Shares continue to dip after Elon Musk's tweet

 

Tesla shares are under pressure. The electric car maker has been poorly performing on the stock market since the day its CEO musk announced the selling of his shares.

  After concluding, a poll on Twitter company's shares fell by two percent ended at 1 point 000 nine dollars per share. Yesterday now, since musk began selling his shares, tesla has lost around 207 billion dollars in market capitalization. At one point in time, they went as low as 978 dollars per share. Pushing tesla's total market cap below one trillion dollars. Mark tesla first hit the one trillion dollar mark last month. The latest stock decline follows a Sunday dispute on Twitter between musk and Bernie sanders. After the united states, senators demanded that the wealthy paid their fair share of taxes must be sold 6.36 million tesla shares. Last Week after floating the idea in a Twitter poll that he would need to offload about 10 million more to fulfill his pledge to sell 10 percent of his holdings in the electric vehicle maker Tesla stock has surged more than 140 percent in the past 12 months. The recent sell-off has the stock at its lowest level since late October.

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