Friday, March 15, 2019

Cash, demand concerns overshadow Tesla's SUV launch  da  de  nl  sl  fr  hu

(Reuters) - Shares of Tesla Inc fell nearly 5 percent on Friday, as investors wondered if its unveiling of an electric sports utility vehicle would add to pressure on cash flow, while analysts worried the carmaker was not addressing slowing demand for other models.

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