Tesla Inc. sees progress for the mass-market sedan that misses its targets, saying that a capital increase this year will not be required, leading to a partial recovery of the EMU's stunted stocks and bonds. 19659002] The company, led by Elon Musk, built 2,020 Model 3 vehicles in the past seven days, falling short of its 2,500 unit target in the last week of March. Tesla delivered 8,180 limousines in the first three months, and missed the analysts' average estimate for about 8,800 units in a Bloomberg News survey.
Despite the shortage, Musk promised fast acceleration in the next three months. The Tesla share rose 6.9 percent, rising 3.6 percent to $ 261.53 at 10:52. After a slump of 22 percent in March, equities recovered slightly.
Deliveries and production below expectations are the  debate about Musk's ability to fulfill his quest for electric cars for the masses. Growing liquidity pressure and the challenges of producing Model 3 prompted Moody's Investors Service last week to further reduce the car manufacturer's credit rating to junk status, resulting in a sell-off of the company's securities at all-time lows promoted.
In the production results, analysts at Jefferies Group LLC and Moody's estimated that Tesla may need to raise $ 2 to $ 3 billion in capital to continue production of Model 3 increase. The car maker said on Tuesday that "apart from standard credit lines this year, it will not demand a raise in equity or debt."
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"We Keep Up We believe that the production of Model 3 provides the opportunity to find answers that will calm some investors' concerns about capital and our model and price target reflects confidence in Tesla's ability to execute in the short term, "wrote analyst Jamie Albertine of Consumer Edge Research after production figures have been released.
The automaker's unsecured bonds maturing in 2025 rose by about 1 cent on the dollar to 88,125 cents at 10:26 am in New York, according to Trace Bond data, after the company said it did not need to raise anymore Capital
"We were able to double the Model 3 weekly production rate during the quarter by quickly addressing bottlenecks in the production and supply chain, including several short-term factors, and shutdowns to upgrade equipment." Tesla said in a statement.
The company expects the model 3 production rate to skyrocket in the second quarter will rise and say it will produce 5,000 units per week in "about three months".
Tesla delivered 11,730 Model S sedans and 10,070 Model X Sport Utility Vehicles 4,060 model S and X units en route to the customer end of the quarter. Another 2,040 electric cars of the model 3 were also in transit to the buyers.
In addition to the demotion and problems of Model 3, Tesla also contends with a US investigation of a fatal crash Model X and a voluntary recall for each Model S created before April 2016. In March, Tesla's share price was the worst month since the company's IPO in December 2010.
In the last week of the quarter, a Tesla executive line worker in the company's only automotive factory in Fremont, California, urged the production of model 3 to increase to more than 300 a day and "prove that a bunch of haters wrong." Musk  said on Twitter Monday he fell asleep in the factory, calling the car business "hell."
The carmaker stopped Model S and Model X production at the end of the month because it was ahead of schedule to beat targets for the first quarter. A small number of these workers were invited to voluntarily build Model 3 cars instead.
– Supported by Molly Smith and Sophie Caronello