Musk has agreed with the SEC to settle charges over his controversial tweet in August over his privatization plans for Tesla. But since then, the SEC has criticized Musk's tweet.
The regulator said Monday that it was "surprising" that Musk "has not requested prior approval of just one of the many tweets on Tesla," he has since published. the conclusion of the agreement.
He also rejected Musk's argument that his First Amendment rights are violated.
The lawyers representing Musk responded with a court file requesting leave to deal with the "unsubstantiated claims" made by the SEC and submitting documents that "undermined" the regulator's position.
The delivery company has already warned that the global economic slowdown could be a blow to its results this year. He warned in December that his international activities, particularly in Europe, were in trouble.
Investors will want to know whether the transport and delivery company can rectify its course or whether the slowdown in global trade has further reduced its prospects.
3. Brexit chaos: British Prime Minister Theresa May may be forced to ask for a long delay before Brexit after the British House of Commons Speaker has canceled her plan to hold another vote this week on an exit agreement that she agreed with EU officials.
The pound has taken into account the latest developments, but analysts believe that the already complicated process seems even more uncertain. The May agreement has already been rejected twice in Parliament.
In order to avoid collapsing out of the European Union in 10 days without a transitional deal – a disastrous scenario for businesses – the month of May may look to delay the exit process. The big question is how long will it take and if the European Union will accept.
Tuesday – FedEx ( earnings; )DSW ( investor day )
Wednesday – General Mills ( earnings; Crude oil inventories in the United States; Decision of the interest rate of the Federal Reserve )
Thursday – Earnings from Darden Restaurants (, )Tencent ( and )Nike (; Levi Strauss IPO expected; Rate Decision of the Bank of England )
Friday – Tiffany and company ( earnings; February home sales data )