Tesla earnings are in less than an hour and analysts are all over the place. Here’s Bloomberg:

The youngest publicly held U.S. carmaker, led by Elon Musk, today may post earnings of 7 cents a share, excluding some items, according to the average of 10 analysts’ estimates compiled by Bloomberg. A year ago Tesla earned 12 cents a share on the same basis, its first ever profit, buoyed by a surge in California zero-emission vehicle credit sales and savings from the early repayment of a federal loan. Analysts project a loss on a GAAP basis.

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