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TSLA Sep 2023 720.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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336.680.00 (0.00%)
As of 10:32AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close336.68
Open335.91
Bid0.00
Ask0.00
Strike720.00
Expire Date2023-09-15
Day's Range335.91 - 336.68
Contract RangeN/A
Volume2
Open Interest108
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    Tesla launches EVs in Thailand amid competition from cheaper brands

    Tesla Inc launched two electric vehicle (EV) models in Thailand on Wednesday, marking its first foray into the regional autos hub that has long been dominated by Japanese manufacturers. The launch of two EVs with prices ranging between 1.7 million baht to 2.5 million baht (($48,447 to $71,205) comes as Thailand makes a push for EV adoption and production by offering tax cuts and subsidies. The U.S. automaker plans to start selling its EVs in Southeast Asia's second-biggest economy via online channels, with deliveries set to start early next year.

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    UPDATE 1-Tesla offers additional discount to Chinese buyers on some models

    Tesla is offering a limited time discount of 6,000 yuan ($859.20) to Chinese buyers on some models from Wednesday through to the end of 2022, a company representative said on Wednesday. This comes in addition to a previously announced 4,000 yuan insurance subsidy, but is only applicable for customers buying a current car model and completing delivery by the end of December.

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    Toyota offers cheaper Prius if customers take software updates

    Toyota Motor Corp's leasing unit said on Wednesday it will begin offering over-the-air safety updates on the new Prius, betting it can use an approach pioneered by Tesla to cut lease prices and preserve used-car values in Japan. The lease program will require customers to opt in for a service expected to bring monthly lease payments down by 10%, Toyota's leasing affiliate said. The service marks the first time Toyota will update its safety features, including the collision avoidance system, for a car on the road, said Shinya Kotera, president of KINTO, the Toyota leaser unit in Japan.