Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) will be added to the S&P 500 index after months and months of speculation.
The move will take effect with the December quarter imbalance before the December quarter business opens.
“Also due to the sheer size, S&P is seeking feedback through a consultation for the Dow Jones Indies investment community to determine whether Tesla will receive a rebel effective date once or in two separate installments. Should end on. “Tesla will name a S&P 500 company in a separate press release near the replacement effective date.”
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Tesla’s stock has been huge over the past year. Part of that boom was that the stock would be added to the S&P 500 in 2020. The stock fell in early September after Tesla was over.
Tesla will be added to the index as a consumer discretionary stock.
Tesla’s stock rose 10% in the post-Monday session. The stock closed at $ 408.09.
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