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TSLA Jan 2024 616.670 put

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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347.530.00 (0.00%)
As of 11:37AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close347.53
Open347.63
Bid399.05
Ask403.45
Strike616.67
Expire Date2024-01-19
Day's Range347.53 - 347.63
Contract RangeN/A
Volume2
Open InterestN/A
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Nordic pension funds will ask Tesla to respect collective bargaining in joint letter

    A group of Nordic pension funds will send a joint letter to Tesla Inc this week, urging the U.S. carmaker to respect collective bargaining for its employees in the region, Danish pension fund PFA said on Monday. "As investors in Tesla, we recognise the company's great contribution to the electrification of the transport sector, but at the same time call on the management to seek a resolution to the conflict," head of responsible investments at PFA, Rasmus Bessing, told Reuters. in the Nordic region from unions and some pension funds over its refusal to accept a demand from Swedish mechanics for collective bargaining rights covering wages and other conditions.

  • Reuters

    Nordic pension funds will ask Tesla to respect collective bargaining in joint letter

    COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -A group of Nordic pension funds will send a joint letter to Tesla Inc this week, urging the U.S. carmaker to respect collective bargaining for its employees in the region, Danish pension fund PFA said on Monday. "As investors in Tesla, we recognise the company's great contribution to the electrification of the transport sector, but at the same time call on the management to seek a resolution to the conflict," head of responsible investments at PFA, Rasmus Bessing, told Reuters. Tesla is facing a backlash in the Nordic region from unions and some pension funds over its refusal to accept a demand from Swedish mechanics for collective bargaining rights covering wages and other conditions.

  • Fortune

    As Chinese electric vehicles go global, legacy automakers find reducing costs ‘is now more important than anything else’

    EV makers in China have significant cost and supply-chain advantages—and they're aggressively exporting around the world.