Electric vehicle stocks ended mostly higher in the week that ended on Sept. 29, even as the broader market showed muted sentiment despite the oversold levels. Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock bounced around its recent bottom and yet closed slightly higher for the week.Here are the key events that happened in the EV space during the week:Tesla Q3 Delivery Expectations, Musk's Warning On UAW Strike And More: As Tesla prepares to release its third-quarter deliveries, sell-side made eleventh-hour adjustments to its estimates to discount production suspension at the Giga Shanghai and Giga Texas plants. The
Tesla Stares At Q3 Deliveries Miss, Rivian Not Losing Sleep Over Cybertruck, Nio's Rumored German Tie-Up And More: Biggest EV Stories Of The Week
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