Tesla Deliveries Beat Analysts’ Estimates, Sparking Stock Rally

(Bloomberg) — Tesla Inc.’s early-year deliveries fell less than expected from record levels reached late last year, winning support from investors who pushed the shares 14% higher ahead of Friday’s open.Tesla handed over 88,400 vehicles worldwide in the first quarter, down 21% from the last three months of 2019. But the total beat analysts’ average estimate for about 78,100. The carmaker’s stock was priced at $516.21 in premarket trading, up from a close of $454.47 in New York.“I’m shocked they did so well,” Gene Munster, managing partner of venture capital firm Loup Ventures, said by phone. “I don’t know how …read more

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