Tesla’s largest institutional investor T. Rowe Price cut stake in half

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Tesla fans standing in long lines to preorder the new Tesla in March, 2016.

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Tesla fans standing in long lines to preorder the new Tesla in March, 2016.

T. Rowe Price cut its stake in Tesla in half during the fourth quarter, according to a government filing.

The international money manager owned 8.98 million Tesla shares by the end of last year, according to a filing at the Securities and Exchange Commission. The new, smaller stake represents 5.2 percent of the electric auto maker’s common shares outstanding at the end of December. The Baltimore-based fund group reported in a prior filing that it owned 17.4 million shares, or a 10.2 percent stake, as of Sept. 30.



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