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  • Trade view / 6 hours ago
    Medium term

    Tesla in good shape

    Trader /
    United States
    Shares of electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors (TSLA:xnas) despite recent weakness continue showing decent strength and unlike the broader stock market and thus many other industries and sectors, has not broken any major technical support areas.
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  • Calendar event / 8 hours ago

    US U.S. Employment Report

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  • Calendar event / 8 hours ago

    CA Labour Force Survey

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  • Editor’s Picks / 10 hours ago

    China's leaders in a Catch-22 of their own making

    The Telegraph
    China's ruthless approach to those it holds responsible for the oscillations of the Shanghai Composite Index these last two months indicates that old habits die hard, but also demonstrates that its adoption of the free market is haphazard at best, writes Jeremy Warner. While a scapegoat is useful, the stocks crisis has also starkly exposed the inability of Beijing to control markets despite launching the proverbial kitchen sink and then some at the problem. When the dust settles, however, history will show "malicious" journalists were not to blame for the crash and the Chinese authorities pursuit of economic growth ultimately opens up a path to the loss of the "very power and influence that sustains them," says Warner.
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    I agree with the bull case viewpoint but I struggle to believe shareholders have any worthwhile rights/protection as history has shown when the state decide a company...