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“Tesla-bubble”: something curious is coming
The financial market is actively discussing the “Tesla-bubble” – whether the company is overbought and whether it is time for it to adjust.
Attention was attracted by Elon Musk, who began large-scale reforms on Twitter, which users did not like too much.
But if we put emotions aside, it turns out that the rumors are not groundless: this year Tesla sells very few cars. In 2021, less than 1 million pieces were “gone”.
For comparison: Volkswagen has sold about 9 million cars.
It looks like the market is on the verge of a big move.
US Bonds are outsiders
Developing countries in 2022 got rid of US government bonds, but – surprise! – it won’t hurt the dollar in any way.
In general, the volume of government bonds owned by such players decreased by $200 billion.
Hong Kong, South Korea and Brazil got rid of the papers the fastest.
This year, US government bonds are showing very weak dynamics due to rising interest rates in the United States.
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