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  1. Investors are happy on June 30 after a lot of high-profile tech stocks make a recovery from a slump, and by the end of the day the market as a whole is up by between 1-2%. Tesla stands out from the crowd with an end-of-quarter push towards profitability, ending the day at $1,079.81, up by almost 7%. Tesla had its sights on a spot on the S&P500 index for a while, and its profitability put the goal even closer within reach. To qualify, it needed to complete four consecutive quarters of making money, and by June 2020 it was three quarters (geddit?) of the way there. Even though profit during the pandemic wasn’t expected, Elon Musk sent an email on June 30 telling employees to work hard for the goal. Unfortunately, on September 8, the firm was [url=https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/12/sp-500-snubs-tesla-etf-analysts-unpack-the-impact-on-the-market.html]passed over[/url] for entry at the last minute, and a lot of people were very, very disappointed. When the news landed that it wouldn’t be included, the share price plummeted 21.06% in the worst single day loss in the company’s history.
    Investors are happy on June 30 after a lot of high-profile tech stocks make a recovery from a slump, and by the end of the day the market as a whole is up by between 1-2%. Tesla stands out from the crowd with an end-of-quarter push towards profitability, ending the day at $1,079.81, up by almost 7%. Tesla had its sights on a spot on the S&P500 index for a while, and its profitability put the goal even closer within reach. To qualify, it needed to complete four consecutive quarters of making money, and by June 2020 it was three quarters (geddit?) of the way there. Even though profit during the pandemic wasn’t expected, Elon Musk sent an email on June 30 telling employees to work hard for the goal. Unfortunately, on September 8, the firm was [url=https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/12/sp-500-snubs-tesla-etf-analysts-unpack-the-impact-on-the-market.html]passed over[/url] for entry at the last minute, and a lot of people were very, very disappointed. When the news landed that it wouldn’t be included, the share price plummeted 21.06% in the worst single day loss in the company’s history.

    Investors are happy on June 30 after a lot of high-profile tech stocks make a recovery from a slump, and by the end of the day the market as a whole is up by between 1-2%. Tesla stands out from the crowd with an end-of-quarter push towards profitability, ending the day at $1,079.81, up by almost 7%.  
     
    Tesla had its sights on a spot on the S&P500 index for a while, and its profitability put the goal even closer within reach. To qualify, it needed to complete four consecutive quarters of making money, and by June 2020 it was three quarters (geddit?) of the way there. Even though profit during the pandemic wasnt expected, Elon Musk sent an email on June 30 telling employees to work hard for the goal.  
     
    Unfortunately, on September 8, the firm was [url=https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/12/sp-500-snubs-tesla-etf-analysts-unpack-the-impact-on-the-market.html]passed over[/url] for entry at the last minute, and a lot of people were very, very disappointed. When the news landed that it wouldnt be included, the share price plummeted 21.06% in the worst single day loss in the companys history.

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