Toyota Motor Corp. (TM)

155.77
1.68 1.09
NYSE : Consumer Durables
Prev Close 154.09
Open 155.00
Day Low/High 154.32 / 155.79
52 Wk Low/High 108.01 / 156.30
Volume 220.26K
Avg Volume 209.50K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1.63B
Market Cap 205.39B
EPS 11.70
P/E Ratio 19.21
Div & Yield 3.60 (2.80%)
Toyota's Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car is Coming Faster Than We Think

Toyota's Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car is Coming Faster Than We Think

Bob Carter, Sr. Vice President of Automotive Operations at Toyota, said its hydrogen fuel cell car is the car of the future and builds upon Toyota's success with hybrid cars.

Ford, Chrysler Enjoy Higher Auto Sales Despite Higher Gas and Car Prices

Ford, Chrysler Enjoy Higher Auto Sales Despite Higher Gas and Car Prices

Ford and Chrysler both enjoyed increased auto sales even as they raised the average price of their cars, while General Motors sales fell in December.

This Week's Big Macro Events

An excellent roundup from Peter Boockvar. Here is a terrific summary of this week's important macroeconomic developments from Peter Boockvar at The Lindsey Group: Positives 1) The US ISM manufacturing index held steady at 57 vs 57.3 in November whic...

Morning Market Look

Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are flat. Nasdaq futures are up 5 -- thank you, Apple (AAPL), which is up 12. European markets are mixed; Nikkei is down 0.90%. Th...

Global Demand a Driver for Auto Industry

Global Demand a Driver for Auto Industry

Rebounds in China and Europe point to firmer vehicle sales

Tesla Drives Strong Emotions

Tesla Drives Strong Emotions

The bulls seem to love the stock as much as the bears hate it.

Musings of an Obsessed Ca$htagger

Musings of an Obsessed Ca$htagger

One needs strong and varied opinions to get involved

Auto Profits Shift to High Gear

Auto Profits Shift to High Gear

The stocks are backed by solid fundamentals.

Tesla Races To Number One

Tesla Races To Number One

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.

Jobless Claims Offset Gloom

Jobless Claims Offset Gloom

Weekly jobless claims fall helping to nudge the four-week moving average lower while the U.S. trade deficit widens. Jeanne Yurman reports.

Pickups Drive June Auto Sales

Pickups Drive June Auto Sales

Pickup trucks are powering automakers and higher interest rates are not yet impacting affordability, says S&P Capital IQ analyst Efraim Levy.

Japan Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Japan Between a Rock and a Hard Place

It may have to soon raise consumption taxes -- but at what cost?

Take the Long View of Japan

Take the Long View of Japan

Japanese stocks have gotten rattled recently but still aren't great bargains.

135,000 Private Jobs Added in May

135,000 Private Jobs Added in May

The ADP National Employment Report showed that private employers added 135,000 jobs in May, below forecasts for a gain of 165,000.

Ford F-Series Fantastic in May

Ford F-Series Fantastic in May

Jim Farley, Exec. VP of Global Marketing at Ford, says Ford's F-Series boasted its strongest May results in nearly a decade.

Cramer: Wait to Buy Auto Stocks

Cramer: Wait to Buy Auto Stocks

Jim Cramer likes the U.S. auto stocks but he suggests investors wait before buying because of continued uncertainty in Europe.

The Day Ahead: A Dose of Reality

The Day Ahead: A Dose of Reality

Stats worth pondering.

GM Splashes Into Truck Fight

GM Splashes Into Truck Fight

Jeff Luke, GM Exec. Chief Engineer for full-size & mid-size trucks, introduces the highly anticipated 2014 Silverado High Country.

Ford Adds Shift for F-150 Boom

Ford Adds Shift for F-150 Boom

Ford President of the Americas Joe Hinrichs announces the addition of a third shift to its Kansas City plant to meet demand for the F-150.

How to Make Money on the Weak Yen

How to Make Money on the Weak Yen

Increase exposure to Japanese stocks that leverage 5% with yen move.

Cheap Yen Will Send Toyota Into Overdrive

Cheap Yen Will Send Toyota Into Overdrive

The weak yen is the prime force moving Japanese stocks, but cost reduction and growth strategies are important factors as well, Shuhei Abe, chairman of SPARX Group, tells Gregg Greenberg.

Trending Now: Jobless Claims Fall More than Expected

Trending Now: Jobless Claims Fall More than Expected

A report by the Labor Department says applications for unemployment benefits in the U.S. fell more than expected. Brittany Umar has details on that as well as a look at the day's other most searched trends on the Web.

Double Whammy for Japan Stocks

Double Whammy for Japan Stocks

Slow growth and a strong yen could spell trouble for Japan.

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

Will S&P make new yearly highs by month-end?

What Stocks Still Have Upside After Fast Start to 2013?

What Stocks Still Have Upside After Fast Start to 2013?

Brittany Umar and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.

'Made in Japan' Lucrative Again

'Made in Japan' Lucrative Again

It's the turn of the auto laggards to be stock market darlings.

Considering the News

Let's get down to brass tacks. There is a lot of news this morning, so let's touch on the following: rising investor sentiment; near-term market risks (Congressional Budget Office forecast of U.S. real GDP growth in 2013); MBA refinancings and new a...

A Sarcastic Take on Toyota Prius Ownership

A Sarcastic Take on Toyota Prius Ownership

The Toyota Prius - It's the so-called environmentally-friendly rage across swaths of the country, but Rocco Pendola isn't buying it.

Toyota Recalls More than 1 Million Vehicles: Hot Trends

Toyota Recalls More than 1 Million Vehicles: Hot Trends

A look at the day's most searched trends on the Web, including Toyota after the automaker said it will recall more than 1 million vehicles in the U.S. due to airbag and wiper problems.

Ford Running Hot

Ford Running Hot

Ford is well run and could still benefit from Americans replacing older cars, even if Europe is weak says Keith Bliss of Cuttone & Co.