Morgan Stanley raised the base case valuation of SpaceX to $101 billion from $52 billion, and slightly raised its valuation in the bull market to $2030 billion from $175 billion. Even in the most unlikely bear market, valuations rose from $200 million to $5.4 billion.
Morgan Stanley estimates that SpaceXs rocket launch business will be valued at $11.7 billion, its satellite link Internet business will grow to $80.9 billion, and its point-to-point space travel business will be valued at $8.7 billion. In a bull market, the value of rocket launch business will increase to US $52.5 billion, star chain business will jump to US $132.8 billion, and the value of point-to-point travel business will reach US $17.4 billion.
So far, SpaceX has launched 18 missions in 2020, and in recent years, SpaceX has dominated the global satellite launch market. In addition, SpaceX has steadily broken through the boundaries of reusable rockets, most notably by reducing the cost of rocket boosters. So far, 40 SpaceX boosters have been recovered, and 55 of them have been recovered. SpaceX is widely recognized as a low-cost launch service provider in the global launch market, Jonas said
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