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Tesla has plenty of money — for now (TSLA)

Wall Street loves to worry about Tesla. The latest point of concern is cash and credit: How much money will Tesla burn over the next year, and how much financing will it need to undertake to achieve its goal of 500,000 in annual vehicle deliveries by 2018? According to Bloomberg's David Welch and Dana Hull, the electric automaker has $1.3 billion in credit lines and $3.25 billion in cash.
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