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Tesla first-quarter deliveries miss Wall Street expectations slightly. Here's what analysts think

Aerial view of the Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory on Mar. 29, 2021 in Shanghai, China.
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Tesla's first-quarter electric vehicle deliveries in the first quarter slightly missed consensus Wall Street expectations, but analysts continue to be optimistic about the EV maker's strength in navigating industrywide supply chain challenges.

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