Tesla's 'deepening' FBI inquiry will be a hard case for investigators to prove, Wall Street analyst says (TSLA)


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Business Insider— Tesla is facing a "deepening" criminal investigation into its public statements about Model 3 production, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. The company denied the reports, and now Wall Street is expressing skepticism as well. Shares of Tesla gained more than 3% at the opening bell Monday. Follow the stock in real time here. A report from The Wall Street Journal on Friday that said Tesla was facing a "deepening criminal investigation" over its public statements about Model 3 production...

Business Insider—'Tesla may have crossed the line to become self-funding': Here's what Wall Street is saying about Tesla's surprise profit (TSLA). Tesla on Wednesday posted a surprise third-quarter profit thanks to strong revenue generated by its Model 3 sedan.  The electric-car maker earned $2.90 a share, well above the $0.15 loss per share expected by Wall Street analysts. It generated $6.8 billion in sales, beating the $6.3 billion that was anticipated. The Model 3 sedan was a huge driver for the quarter. "Q3 2018 was a truly historic quarter for Tesla," the company said in a press release. "Model 3 was the best-selling car in the US...

markets.businessinsider.com—'Tesla may have crossed the line to become self-funding': Here's what Wall Street is saying about Tesla's surprise profit. Tesla on Wednesday posted a surprise third-quarter profit thanks to strong revenue generated by its Model 3 sedan.  The electric-car maker earned $2.90 a share, well above the $0.15 loss per share expected by Wall Street analysts. It generated $6.8 billion in sales, beating the $6.3 billion that was anticipated. The Model 3 sedan was a huge driver for the quarter. "Q3 2018 was a truly historic quarter for Tesla," the company said in a press release. "Model 3 was the best-selling car in the US...

CNN—Graham says he 'totally' will investigate the FBI's handling of Russia and Clinton probes. Sen. Lindsey Graham said Tuesday that he will investigate how the FBI handled the investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 elections and Hillary Clinton's email controversy if he becomes chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.