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Goldman Sachs says Tesla's new Model Y SUV could make its Model 3 demand problems even worse (TSLA)

Business Insider Wednesday, 13 March 2019
Goldman Sachs says Tesla's new Model Y SUV could make its Model 3 demand problems even worse (TSLA)· *Goldman Sachs sees weak demand and margins for Tesla in the first quarter of 2019, and reiterated its "sell" rating.*
· *The $35,000 Model 3 unveiling has been seen as a sign of weakening US demand for the sedan.*
· *The unveiling of the Model Y SUV on March 14 could further impact demand for the Model 3 as customers wait...
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