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Some of the biggest automakers posted declining July auto sales on Tuesday.
A mixed picture for auto sales in June as automakers release their sales results.
I'm glad I live in this part of the world. But even Asia hasn't been spared the wrath of the disastrous Brexit decision.
Peter Boockvar writes about sentiment, housing, the price of paper and other items in today's missive (which includes a nice shout-out to me): "Investors Intelligence's latest sentiment survey shows that bulls fell one point to 39.2%, their lowest l...
Driverless cars are closer to - and further from - a reality than most consumers know, says Toyota's Strategic Innovation Chief.
The Kumamoto area accounts for 5.6% of Japan's GDP.
Tokyo shares dipped 3% after two quakes in quick succession but may not be down for long.
The Japanese Yen is going to continue to get stronger and this will hurt Toyota shares, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says he's not a fan of auto stocks, because he thinks the younger generation is relying on services like Uber.
If Toyota has its way, one of the cars you may drive in the future can let your boss know that you're late for a meeting.
This year's early Easter weekend kept auto buyers away from showrooms.
U.S. auto sales continue to be a bright spot amid otherwise dark market conditions.
Ford posted impressive sales growth in February, driven by strong SUV sales, while General Motors’ sales dropped.
Caterpillar may be going through tough times of late, but the machine maker’s commitment to its employees and the environment make it a smart long term stock to hold.
Toyota’s Lexus, looking to compete directly with Mercedes and BMW, made a splashy debut of its new flagship couple, the LC500, at the Detroit Auto Show.
2015 auto sales are expected to eclipse the record 17.4 million vehicles sold back in 2000. But, do record sales mean the auto industry has peaked?
The Federal Reserve meets today and is widely expected to raise interest rates for the first time in almost 10 years.
Do soaring sales mean the good times will keep rolling? Don't bet on it.
2016 will likely be another banner year for the U.S. auto industry and automakers are expected to bring more 'fun' cars into showrooms in the coming year.
The key for a brand to maximize growth is to devote resources to brand advocates or 'apostle' consumers.
Teslas (TSLA) may not be the most reliable vehicles out there, according to the latest consumer reports survey.
O'Shaughnessy guru strategy says both automakers are in the fast lane.
Shares of Mobileye (MBLY) have fallen roughly $20 since mid-August following several bearish notes, including two this week from Citron Research and Pacific Crest. The gist of the argument is auto manufacturers would look to cut costs and go for che...
Lawsuits against Volkswagen are beginning to flood in, following accusations that the automaker cheated on car engine emissions tests.
Activity that would warrant raising rates hasn't fully materialized.
European carmakers are working hard to impress investors.
August auto sales showed that buyers were in the mood to shop, even amid the recent volatility in the stock markets.