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Old 08-19-2011, 03:25 PM   #1
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Default Analyst Says Tesla May Need More Capital

Although financial-services firm Morgan Stanley has an “overweight” investment guidance on electric-car specialist Tesla Motors, it cautioned this week that not only does it expect Tesla’s earnings per share to decline this year and next – but that the electric-vehicle developer and manufacturer also may need to raise more cash by 2013 if its research-and-development and capital spending continues to follow current trajectories. Morgan Stanley’s research note on Tesla said it is reducing its estimate on the company’s 2011 earnings per share from a loss of $2 per share to a loss of $2.60.

When Tesla initiated a public offering of its stock in 2010, Toyota Motor Corp. acquired 2.9 percent of the company and Tesla said it July it landed a $100-million contract to supply Toyota with drive motors and battery packs for an upcoming run of battery-electric RAV4 crossovers next year. But Morgan Stanley worries that if Tesla continues at current cash-burn rates in the areas of R&D and other capital expenditures, the company’s liquidity could run low by 2013, requiring a new infusion of cash.
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Old 08-20-2011, 09:26 AM   #2
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Shocking news about a company that deals primarily in vaporware.
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