Another Wall Street bank has dropped coverage of Tesla — and it could be a sign Elon Musk is making progress in taking the company private (TSLA)

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Morgan Stanley has dropped research overage of Tesla in what could be another sign of Elon Musk’s electric-car company tapping banks for financial services in its bid to go private.

Goldman Sachs previously dropped coverage last week and said it was “acting as a financial advisor in connection with a matter that is fundamental to the reasonable analysis of the rating and price target for the stock.”

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