Tesla reports first-quarter earnings after the bell.
- Elon Musk's electric vehicle business reported vehicle deliveries of 184,800 Model 3 and Model Y cars, a new record for Tesla.
- Jorge Tenreiro, senior attorney for the SEC, stated that Ripple did not provide any crucial documents for working out whether the firm committed $1.3 billion worth of securities violations.
- Wall Street's main indexes rose as Tesla shares gained ahead of the electric-car maker's earnings report, which kicked off this week's results from heavyweight technology companies.
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