(Bloomberg) -- Tesla Inc. investors have a lot to parse after the July 4 holiday: a disappointing quarter of deliveries, a record month of production, and now several weeks of downtime at multiple plants.Most Read from BloombergBezos Slams Biden Over Call for Lowering of Gas PricesPerson of Interest in July 4 Parade Shooting That Killed Six in Police CustodyUS Futures, European Bonds Drop on Economic Woes: Markets WrapLong, Moderate and Painful: What Next US Recession May Look LikeUS Court Rulin
Tesla Inc. delivered 254,695 cars worldwide in the three months to June, snapping a two-year streak of quarter-on-quarter gains, as a Covid-related shutdown at its factory in Shanghai crimped production. Bloomberg Quicktake's Alex Webb has the details.
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