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Shares of Tesla Motors Co. (Nasdaq: TSLA) slipped another 3%, falling below $200 per share for the first time since May 20. The stock is now down more than 30% since hitting a record of $286.04 on Sept. 4. Despite the downturn, the company has not faced one downgrade from a major investment bank. This signals that many analysts believe the company is simply a victim of declining energy prices in the United States and China.