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  1. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    National Bank of Canada buys over $600M worth of shares in Tesla (TSLA) and NIO (NIO) Canada's sixth largest commercial bank, National Bank of Canada, has made a large investment into electric vehicle (EV) makers Tesla and NIO. According to a 13F filing from January 24, 2022, the bank...
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    California Public Employees Retirement System's Tesla (TSLA) position grows to 1,774,686 shares The California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS), the largest public pension fund in the U.S. in terms of assets, has grown its stake in Tesla (TSLA). According to a Form 13F filing with...
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    Elon Musk completes Tesla (TSLA) stock sale Elon Musk has completed his sale of Tesla (TSLA) shares, a process which started after the CEO asked his Twitter followers if he should sell 10% of his shares in the automaker. On Tuesday night Musk exercised his final stock option on 1.554 million...
  4. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Elon Musk has now sold enough stock to meet Twitter Pledge, or has he? CEO Elon Musk declared in an interview with the Babylon Bee that he has 'sold enough stock' to offload 10% of his holdings. The Tesla CEO committed to selling off 10% of his stock after a Twitter poll. Tesla (TSLA) shares...
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    Elon Musk follows through and sells over $1 billion of his Tesla (TSLA) shares Elon Musk has followed through on his promise and sold a large portion of his Tesla (TSLA) shares. According to two Form 4 filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission published this afternoon, Musk sold...
  6. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Tesla (TSLA) posts biggest monthly gain in nearly one year in October After a blockbuster 2020 that saw Tesla (TSLA) shares increase over 700% in 12 months, the stock's performance in 2021 was a bit lackluster, having increased just over 6% through to the end of September. Then came October...
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