All eyes on Tesla's (TSLA) bonds.
Shares of the electric car maker fell 3% Monday on a WSJ report saying Tesla is asking some suppliers for money back in attempt to turn profitable.
At 90 cents on the dollar, Tesla's 5.3% notes due 2025 are hovering around the all-time lows hit in late May. The bonds rallied a bit in June to more than 91 cents on the dollar coming off Musk's upbeat annual shareholder meeting. But the notes have since been under pressure amid lingering questions on Model 3 production targets and ongoing bizarre behavior by Musk on Twitter.