Tesla shares bounce 7% after first-quarter gross sales surge

Individuals take a look at a Tesla Mannequin Y automobile at a Tesla showroom in Beijing on January 5, 2021. Wang Zhao | AFP | Getty Photos Tesla shares rose over 7% in premarket buying and selling on Monday, as traders cheered manufacturing and supply figures that broadly beat expectations. Round 6.40 a.m. Monday, shares


Individuals take a look at a Tesla Mannequin Y automobile at a Tesla showroom in Beijing on January 5, 2021.

Wang Zhao | AFP | Getty Photos

Tesla shares rose over 7% in premarket buying and selling on Monday, as traders cheered manufacturing and supply figures that broadly beat expectations.

Round 6.40 a.m. Monday, shares within the firm have been up 7.44% in premarket buying and selling at $711.

Tesla on Friday reported that it delivered 184,800 automobiles and produced 180,338 automobiles within the first quarter of 2021. Analysts have been anticipating the corporate to ship round 168,000 automobiles throughout this era, in line with estimates compiled by FactSet as of April 1.

It was a record-beating quarter, topping the 180,570 deliveries the corporate recorded within the fourth quarter of final yr.

In a word on Sunday, Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives upgraded Tesla to “outperform” and raised its 12-month goal value for the corporate to $1,000 from $950.

“In our opinion, the 1Q supply numbers launched on Friday was a paradigm changer and exhibits that the pent-up demand globally for Tesla’s Mannequin 3/Y is hitting its subsequent stage of development as a part of a world inexperienced tidal wave underway,” Ives wrote within the word. “We now imagine Tesla might exceed 850k deliveries for the yr with 900k a stretch purpose, regardless of the chip scarcity and varied provide chain points lingering throughout the auto sector.”

In the meantime, in February, a submitting confirmed that Tesla’s gross sales in China greater than doubled final yr amid the coronavirus pandemic. The electrical-car maker’s gross sales in China got here in at $6.66 billion — round a fifth of the corporate’s $31.54 billion revenues.

Regardless of a bumper 2020, it has been a troublesome yr for Tesla thus far, with shares down over 9% in 2021.

—CNBC’s Lora Kolodny contributed to this report.



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