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U.S. auto sales continue to be a bright spot amid otherwise dark market conditions.
Car manufacturers revealed more than fifty new vehicles at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Honda (HMC) is dumping longtime supplier Takata over its deadly airbags.
U.S. car sales have shifted up another gear as auto makers report the best two months of sales in the last 15 years.
O'Shaughnessy guru strategy says both automakers are in the fast lane.
Auto sales for the month of September topped estimates.
Activity that would warrant raising rates hasn't fully materialized.
With recalls and other issues in the rearview, shares could make a big move down the road.
Some of the nation's biggest automakers reported higher U.S. sales in June as consumers continue to opt for SUVs and cross-over models.
Here are some of the best automobile manufacturers TheStreet Quant Ratings says you should consider looking at.
U.S. stocks opened lower Friday as U.S. producer prices in May recorded their biggest increase in more than 2-1/2 years as the cost of gasoline and food rose.
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The prospective new EPA regulations, combined with the aging U.S. fleet, may prove to be a potent mix.
While filmmakers and movie stars occupy center stage at Sundance, corporate sponsors are eager to associate their brand with a film festival that has become a magnet for young and hip consumers.
Tata Motors looks ready to print a breakout close, and two others are on the verge.
Chevrolet may be all-American, but a bulk of their sales happens overseas.
With just one model, Tesla is outselling Porsche, Volvo and other luxury cars during the first half of 2013 proving it is a real threat.
Japanese stocks have gotten rattled recently but still aren't great bargains.
Jim Cramer likes the U.S. auto stocks but he suggests investors wait before buying because of continued uncertainty in Europe.
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