Tesla stock had its worst week since March 2020 amid wild week for Musk


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Mike Blake | Reuters

Tesla shares dropped nearly 16% during what CEO Elon Musk called a “very intense 7 days indeed” to one of his 108 million followers on Twitter.

Tesla shares closed at $265.25 on Friday, Sept. 30. At market’s close one week later, Tesla shares were trading at $223.07, a decline of nearly 16%. It was the worst week for the stock since Mar. 2020, when the Covid-19 pandemic began to grip the U.S., shutting down businesses and public life.

Over the weekend, Tesla reported electric vehicle production and delivery numbers that did not meet analysts’ expectations.

On Monday, Musk proceeded to stir up a political firestorm by opining about how he thought Russia’s brutal…


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