Tesla Plummets 20%, Shedding $76 Billion in Market Value As Tech Sell-Off Continues

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Tesla (TSLA) dropped 20% on Tuesday, which erased over $76 Billion in market capitalization.

Tesla was a key player in the recent tech sell-off which affected Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and plenty more stocks in the tech sector.

A key factor in Tesla’s significant drop was their exclusion from the S&P 500 index, which companies such as Etsy joined recently. Despite the company’s successful quarters this past year, this news may come at a shock to some investors, as many investors speculated that Tesla will be added to the index.

More on this as it develops.


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