Classics Hot Stocks Today: Softing, BYD and ServiceNow
UBS: This electric car manufacturer could jointly dominate the EV market with Tesla
, he has already begun changing from the traditional combé to the electric car. In the future, the competition for Electric Autopionier Tesla should therefore increase; The fight for supremacy in electric vehicles is likely to intensify according to the UBS in the next few years. © Provided by finanzen.net Daniel Roland / AFP / Getty Images • UBS: Parity for manufacturing costs and operating margin for electrical and non-electric vehicles up to 2025 • NOT NIO or XPENG in the future worldwide le
In today's podcast, Softing's attendance is in focused with Softing. Even the EV market comes into conversation with Buffett Investment BYD and finally there is still a Goldman Sachs analysis to ServiceNow.
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