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Elon Musk just slammed Tesla discounting rumors — but maybe he shouldn't have (TSLA)

This week, Brad Erickson, an analyst at Pacific Crest Securities, published a research note in which he suggested that Tesla might be engaged in some discounting of vehicles in order to stoke deliveries for the third quarter and into the fourth. The question of discounting must have been in the air, because in response to a seemingly unrelated inquiry from a Tesla customer, Musk tweeted on Wednesday about Tesla's steadfast "no discounting on new models" policy and stressed that it was integral to the company's future.
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