Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to order 76 fifth-generation Su-57 stealth fighters, nearly quintupling his original order of only 16 fighters by 2028. Russia currently only has 10 prototypes, but in their current configuration, they
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Morgan Stanley said the car giant could lose 95 percent of its value in the coming year should tensions with China escalate and weaken demand for its vehicles.Analyst Adam Jonas slashed his “bear case” scenario for Tesla, suggesting shares could be