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The biggest winners from lowered tariffs would be workers at U.S plants that export to China
The Fed will save the village, but only by burning it down.
CEO Elon Musk is not mature enough to manage a car company.
Car tariffs aren't Geely Auto's problem -- impending economic tailwinds are.
In "We Need A Wall To Come Down To Go To The Next Level," Jim "El Capitan" Cramer observes how little has changed fundamentally from a week ago when markets were materially lower: "We went from pricing in a lot of bad to pricing in a lot of good in ...
What's incredible to me is that nothing's really changed except things have gotten worse.
I have given you my ursine market view on Tesla over the years - some of it was summarized in the last post. The automotive view is fascinatingly similar. Telsa's products are, in my view, an ego-fueled flash but without a long-range plan for succes...
Tesla has first-mover advantage with electric cars yet again, this time apparently with a 100% -owned factory planned for Shanghai. Its competitors never learn.
This is what you need to know on Friday.
Investing in growth should be a criterion that investors cherish, not shun.
Especially in Europe, this bodes well for the economic recovery.
Low expectations offer investors promising opportunities if they know where to look.
China is already the world's biggest market for electric vehicles, making up two-fifths of global sales. That doesn't go far enough by far for Beijing.
Britain's decades-long membership of the European Union will end Wednesday as the government delivers its formal exit request to officials in Brussels.
The maker of the Mercendez-Benz missed full-year earnings estimates.
Fear of political crises in Europe might be the ideal time to buy some stocks.
There are three main benefits that autos could see from Mario Draghi's measures.
The U.S. economy is slowing, but so is the whole world.
European carmakers are working hard to impress investors.
Its name is ‘Inspiration’ and Daimler Trucks says it's the first ever self-driving semi-truck licensed to drive on public roads.
Now is the time to hitch a ride on the auto industry's momentum.