Elon Musk approaches midway point of 10% sale after offloading $9bn of Tesla shares

$3bn already committed in September

James Baxter-Derrington
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Only two-thirds of the value of these sales were initiated after he concluded his poll
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Only two-thirds of the value of these sales were initiated after he concluded his poll

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has sold nearly $9bn of shares in the company since he took to Twitter on 6 November asking the public whether or not he should offload 10% of his stake.

According to SEC filings analysed by Investment Week, between 8 and 16 November, Musk sold $8.8bn of his stock in Tesla, approaching the halfway point of his promise to sell 10%, which was worth roughly...

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