Tesla stock climbs, shrugging off recall of about 80,000 cars in China

Tesla Inc.’s stock rose 1.9% before the opening bell Friday, shrugging off the recall of about 80,000 cars in China. The China recall, which was due to software and seat-belt issues, came just days after the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recalled over 300,000 Tesla (TSLA) cars over potential taillight failures. Separately, Tesla owners in several regions have reported price drops at supercharging stations, according to the Electrek website.      



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