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近日幾篇抓眼晴的報導和文章,閱讀時間大概30分鐘(斜體為報導文章內容):

Tesla, Inc. (TSLA)

Tesla’s stock price could collapse after its dreadful earnings report (April 25, 2019)

Everything that could go wrong with Tesla pretty much did in the first quarter: delivery delays, price discounts on the Model 3 and robust cash burn were among the few lowlights.

“The demand story at Tesla is quickly changing and the company has unfortunately not adjusted to an evolving EV landscape (especially in the US) with the well thought out marketing and distribution logistics needed to manage this difficult and complex hand holding process for customers, employees, and investors,” wrote now former Tesla bull Dan Ives at Wedbush.

Self-proclaimed Tesla bull says Q1 was one of the worst debacles he’s seen in 20 years (April 25, 2019)

The car maker’s shares shed nearly 4% intraday, trading near $249 after reporting a loss on Wednesday that was far wider than analysts had expected. Since the start of 2019, Tesla has burned through more than a $1.5 billion in cash, with demand for its electric cars on the wane.

Starbucks (SBUX) 新對手-Luckin

Starbucks’ China challenger Luckin to raise up to $800 million in U.S. IPO: sources (April 22, 2019)

Luckin Coffee, which has been expanding at breakneck speed, currently operates 2,370 stores in 28 Chinese cities and plans to open 2,500 new stores this year with the goal of displacing Starbucks as China’s largest coffee chain in the process.

Luckin has waged its cash-burning caffeine war with generous subsidies, speedy delivery and viral promotions on social media, which in turn has also pushed Starbucks to form a tie-up with local tech giant Alibaba to deliver coffee to customers.

一帶一路

China’s belt and road may accelerate exit of manufacturing to Vietnam and India, researchers warn (April 23, 2019)

Many of China’s competitors in Southeast Asia have already joined the belt and road plan to grow global trade, meaning the manufacturing situation in the mainland is likely to get worse, the researchers said, as investment in the initiative may speed up the exit of low to mid-end production from China to the likes of Vietnam and India despite the benefits of better infrastructure and supply chain.

Bangladesh eyes alternatives to China’s belt and road loans as it seeks to fund future development (April 23, 2019)

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