Tesla, NIO and 3 stocks to watch through Monday – Altice USA (NYSE:ATUS), Consolidated Edison (NYSE:ED)
With mixed U.S. equity futures markets this morning on Monday, some of the stocks that may catch investors’ attention today include:
- Tesla, Inc. TSLA announced that third-quarter shipments hit a record high after the production-induced decline in the prior quarter. Tesla said it sold 343,830 cars in the third quarter, the company said in a statement on Sunday. This represents an increase of nearly 35% from the 254,695 units sold in the second quarter. Tesla shares fell 5.4% to $251.05 in premarket trading.
- NIO inc. NIO said it delivered 10,878 vehicles in September, including 7,729 SUVs and 3,149 sedans. The company delivered 31,607 vehicles in the third quarter, up 29.3% year-on-year. NIO shares fell 0.4% to $15.70 in premarket trading.
- Natuzzi SpA NTZ recorded a loss of €0.02 per share in the second quarter. Its consolidated turnover increased by 7.8% to €116.9 million. Shares of Natuzzi fell 1.7% to close at $6.20 on Friday.
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- Consolidated Edison, Inc. OF agreed to sell renewable energy subsidiaries to RWE Renewables Americas, LLC in a transaction valued at $6.8 billion. Edison’s consolidated shares slid 0.2% to $85.61 in the after-hours trading session.
- Altice USA, Inc. OURS has named Dennis Mathew as Chief Executive Officer, effective Oct. 3, 2022. Altice USA stock gained 1.2% to $5.90 in pre-market trading.