Tesla stock price: $9.5 billion.
Tesla Model S sedan: $85,000.
Tesla Semi trucks: $75,000 to $100,000 in Tesla stock.
Tesla X sports sedan: Up to $75.
Tesla Roadster electric SUV: Up from $80,000 Tesla Model X crossover: Up $50,000 or more.
Nissan has a market cap of $1.3 trillion, with a market capitalization of about $1 trillion.
Nissan is the largest automaker in the U.S., with about 2.3 million employees.
Tesla stock price at Nissan: $8,819.54.
Nissan shares were down about 0.3% at $821.31 at the close of trading in Tokyo on Monday.
The Tesla stock was trading below its 52-week moving average of $8.24 in late May, which is below its daily closing average of nearly $10.50.
Shares of Nissan, the world’s largest automakers, are up by more than $10 billion since their June 2014 stock price of $10,900.
Nissan’s stock price jumped more than 4% to $13,400 from a record high of $12,958 in July.
Nissan shares have gained about 13% in the last year, which makes the company the biggest gainer in Nissan’s market cap.
Nail-biting Nissan is now the biggest loser in Tesla’s stock market.
It lost more than 8% on Monday to close at $1038.06.
Nike said on Monday it will pay $1 billion to buy a stake in a German carmaker that was valued at about $9 billion.
The deal would give Nike an investment of about 5% in Volvo, the maker of the Volvo XC90, which has more than 2 million sales a year in Europe.
Volvo has been losing market share to Ford Motor Co.
Neely Auto, the Chinese carmaker, has also been looking to buy shares of carmaker Daimler AG.
Neda is the first carmaker to bid for the Volkswagen Group’s shares, which were valued at $26 billion.
Shares for the new carmaker were trading around $12 per share on Monday at the time of the announcement.
The two companies are expected to announce their respective purchase agreements within the next week, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Nelson and Nissan were the two largest buyers of Tesla shares in May.
The news comes as Tesla is on track to be the worlds largest automaking company in terms of sales by year-end.
Tesla’s stock has been surging since the U-turn on Monday, hitting its highest level in nearly a year.
The stock rose by about $10 on Monday after the stock closed Monday at $18,972.
Tesla shares closed Monday higher than the price of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which was up around 1.4% Monday on Monday morning.