Toyota Motor Corp. (TM)

130.10
0.74 0.57
NYSE : Consumer Durables
Prev Close 129.36
Open 129.27
Day Low/High 129.27 / 130.10
52 Wk Low/High 111.12 / 135.57
Volume 125.65K
Avg Volume 134.20K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1.63B
Market Cap 210.96B
EPS 11.70
P/E Ratio 19.91
Div & Yield 3.50 (2.74%)
Everyone Should Recognize Nvidia Is the Leader in Autonomous Driving, Jim Cramer Says

Everyone Should Recognize Nvidia Is the Leader in Autonomous Driving, Jim Cramer Says

Jim Cramer says Nvidia has built an ecosystem around autonomous driving.

This Is Why Toyota Is Investing Billions of Dollars in the United States

This Is Why Toyota Is Investing Billions of Dollars in the United States

Toyota is investing $10 billion in the U.S. over the next five years.

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Toyota Applauds Volvo's Decision to Attack Tesla By Offering Electric Vehicles

Toyota Applauds Volvo's Decision to Attack Tesla By Offering Electric Vehicles

Toyota's CEO responds to Volvo's latest move to take on Tesla.

Toyota's CEO Perfectly Reveals Why He's Not Worried About Tesla's Model 3

Toyota's CEO Perfectly Reveals Why He's Not Worried About Tesla's Model 3

Toyota North America's CEO isn't worried about Tesla's Model 3.

U.S. Already Counting Cost of Blocked-Off Stance as E.U.-Japan Trade Pact Goes Ahead

U.S. Already Counting Cost of Blocked-Off Stance as E.U.-Japan Trade Pact Goes Ahead

The European Union and Japan have created a trade bloc to rival NAFTA, the world's largest. The G20 meetings ahead will further isolate Britain and the United States.

Toyota's New Camry Just Rolled Off the Assembly Line

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Mom would be proud.

Hong Kong Sets Another World Record: Most Expensive Parking Space

Hong Kong Sets Another World Record: Most Expensive Parking Space

A space on Hong Kong island has fetched $660,000, pocket change to tycoons looking for a spot for four wheels.

Ferrari, Toyota and Autoliv Stocks Are Breaking Out

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Ford May Be About to Send Powerful Shockwaves Through the Global Auto Industry

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Wake-up call to the auto industry.

Behind the Wheel of One of Lamborghini's Newest Supercars

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The Aventador is flat-out impressive.

Asia's Buffett 'Gets' Tech as He Transforms Softbank

Asia's Buffett 'Gets' Tech as He Transforms Softbank

The soft revolution at Softbank under founder Masayoshi Son is transforming a phone company into a private-equity technology giant.

Toyota Cautions Profits Are Likely To Fall Sharply

Toyota Cautions Profits Are Likely To Fall Sharply

Toyota Cautions Profits Are Likely To Fall Sharply

Japanese Carmakers Are Streets Ahead in Developing Self-Driving Tech

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Japan's car industry, a pioneer in many ways, is continuing its leadership in the introduction of autonomous vehicles and parts.

Singapore and South Korea Take the Wheel on Self-Driving Cars

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With two new initiatives this week alone, Asian governments are leading the drive for autonomous cars.

This Is the New Lexus Race Car You Can Drive Daily - It's OK to be Excited

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The 2017 Lexus RC F is a head-turner.

Toyota Takes Aim at Tesla With a New Hydrogen Fuel Truck

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Automakers are taking aim at Elon Musk's Tesla.

Stocks to Watch as the Philippines Gets Its Act Together

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It's not all about drugs in the Philippines, which is finally making good on promise shown some 60 years ago. Proposed tax changes should give equities a real boost.

Toyota's Top-Selling Camry Just Got a Major Face Lift

Toyota's Top-Selling Camry Just Got a Major Face Lift

Time for some changes to the Camry.

The U.S. Auto Market Hasn't Died Yet; Meanwhile, Watch Out, Apple

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Don't believe everything you hear on the slowing U.S. auto market.

Toyota to Invest $1.33 Billion in a Kentucky Plant

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It's the highest investment an automaker has made in the state.

Japan Inc. to Talk Tough Over Its Deepest Brexit Fears

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Japanese big business is terrified of losing its competitive edge in Europe.

Stop Spinning Your Wheels With Ford

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There is just no good case to be made for owning the stock now.

Toyota Drifts Back Towards Racing Enthusiasts With Its New 86 Project

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After 13 years Toyota pulled the plug on Scion last August.

How to Play a Trade War Between the United States and China

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China looks a lot now like Japan did in the 1980s in its relationship with the United States.

The Fed Could Burst the Auto Loans Bubble

The Fed Could Burst the Auto Loans Bubble

It's time investors pay closer attention to the realities of the auto space.

Korean Companies Face China Crisis as Missile Boycott Grows

Korean Companies Face China Crisis as Missile Boycott Grows

Trouble over Lotte's decision to allow the Korean government to use a golf course for missile defense threatens Korean businesses that operate in the mainland.

The 5 Best 4-Wheel-Drive Cars for Snow

The 5 Best 4-Wheel-Drive Cars for Snow

Here are the best cars for tackling the snow.

Stocks Lower As Investors' Digest Trump's Political Movements, Energy Declines

Stocks Lower As Investors' Digest Trump's Political Movements, Energy Declines

The energy sector led the decline as stocks closed lower on Monday.

Japan's Leader Prepares for First Trump Summit With Trade On His Mind

Japan's Leader Prepares for First Trump Summit With Trade On His Mind

Japanese stocks are on a roll with Shinzo Abe due to meet the new president on Friday, but Trump's stance on trade with the world's third-biggest economy is anyone's guess.