Tesla Tumbles to Two-Year Low as China Risk Adds to Woes

Tesla tumbles to two-year low as china risk adds to woes

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Tesla Inc. shares fell Monday to the lowest level since November 2020 amid a recall and signs of China’s return to Covid Zero curbs. Craig Trudell reports on Bloomberg Television.

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