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Morgan Stanley Lowers Price Target On Tesla...Again

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Morgan Stanley Lowers Price Target On Tesla...Again

Morgan Stanley Lowers Price Target On Tesla...Again

Morgan Stanley has lowered its price target on Tesla for the second time in two months.

Business Insider reports that analysts at the investment bank and financial services company lowered their price target from $283 to $260.

Morgan Stanley anticipates that Tesla may be approaching softer demand faster than expected.

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