‘A private life is a happy life’: Here’s what Wall Street is saying about Tesla’s plan to leave the stock market (TSLA)

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  • Tesla laid out an unprecedented plan to go private at $ 420 per share on Wednesday, sending Wall Street into a flurry.
  • Shares skyrocketed more than 10% following the announcement, which came as a cryptic tweet. 
  • When it comes to the specifics of the potential news, Wall Street has more questions than answers
  • Follow Tesla’s stock price in real-time here. 

Elon Musk on Tuesday sent shockwaves through Wall Street when he cryptically tweeted that he was considering taking Tesla private at $ 420 per share.

The announcement, followed up with only slightly more detail in an email to employees published on Tesla’s website, sent the company’s stock price soaring more than 10% — and burned short sellers in the process. 

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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