Tesla's stock price surpasses the $ 1000 mark, market capitalization is about 20 trillion yen and it is thin with Toyota
American electric car manufacturerTeslaHas reached the mark of 1,000 dollars (about 107,000 yen). Tesla was established in 2003, and in March 2020Production exceeds 1 million unitsAlthough it is not a big manufacturer, it is catching up with Toyota in terms of market capitalization.
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Tesla's stock price showed a sharp increase in February 2020, temporarily reaching 900 dollars (about 96,000 yen), but then fell. On March 18, 2020, it fell to $361 (about 39,000 yen), which is equivalent to the end of 2019. However, after that, the stock price began to rise and reached $1025 (about 110,000 yen) on June 10, 2020.
The market capitalization as of June 10, 2020 is 190 billion dollars (20.3 trillion yen),Market capitalization of Toyota Motor CorporationIt is approaching 22.8 trillion yen.
The rise and fall of Tesla's stock price is believed to be largely related to the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19). Around March 2020, when the stock price fell, COVID-19 was in full swing in the United States. Tesla's manufacturing plant in Fremont, Calif., responds to state requestsClosed March 23, 2020was doing.
Meanwhile, CEO Elon Musk said, “Panic of the new coronavirus is ridiculous"Government self-isolation order is fascist, Etc. In May 2020, regarding the reopening of the Fremont plant, which has been temporarily closed.Sued county authoritiesAt the same time, the operation of the Fremont plant was restarted.
After May 2020, in addition to the overall strong U.S. stock price, Tesla himself said "Equipped with a cheap battery that can withstand the driving of 1.6 million kilometers in a Tesla car made in China"Reduce the selling price in China twice"COVID-19 Pandemic has delayed production, but annual production in 2020 is expected to reach 500,000It is expected that stock prices will continue to rise as a result of such announcements.