Tesla Sheds $2 Billion After Musk Slams “Boring Bonehead” Questions On Firm’s Finances

Carmaker's shares plunge 5%

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TESLA shares are in freefall after the CEO of the electric car firm launched a staggering attack on “bonehead” analysts daring to question the firm’s performance.

In a move that wiped $2 billion from the firm’s value, CEO Elon Musk said questions about his firm’s record net loss were “So dry. They’re killing me.”

Eccentric electric car innovator Elon Musk sent shares in Tesla down 5 percent – $2 billion according to Thompson Reuters – after a staggering outburst at questions over its cash flow problems and the production of its game-changing Model 3 car.

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