How Tesla shrugged off a $23 million bitcoin loss last quarter: CNBC After Hours

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00:00 – CNBC After Hours, July 27, 2021

0:29 – Stock snap six day winning streak

1:32 – Tesla posts record earnings

3:14 – Numbers Round

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How Tesla shrugged off a $23 million bitcoin loss last quarter: CNBC After Hours

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