Monday, 16 March 2020

Tesla Plunges as RBC Slashes Price Target Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

By M. Corey Goldman


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Shares of Tesla plunge after RBC Capital markets analyst Joseph Spak slashes his one-year price target on what he expects to be a sharp drop in demand.



Shares of Tesla (TSLA) - Get Report were on track to open below their early January levels after RBC Capital Markets analyst Joseph Spak slashed his one-year price target on what he expects to be a sharp drop in demand.
In a research note, Spak said he was lowering his price target to $380 from $530 while maintaining an underperform rating on the stock amid what he expects to be constrained demand in the second quarter, which may force the company to cut production.
Spak now expects 364,600 deliveries for 2020 and 572,100 deliveries for 2021, down from his prior estimates of 524,200 and 618,000, respectively. 








 "Ultimately, we see 1Q20 challenges given typical [end-of-quarter] push, very low 2Q20 demand given a weak auto market and lower mid-term growth as the consumer reels and Tesla's products are luxury," he said. "We believe this experience could dent the multiple investors will be willing to pay for the Tesla story." 

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