& still #1 globally!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! How about that NOWHEREMAN?????
Investors need to understand that these days Central banks are working together. The World needs a weaker bias for the dollar, in order to have some level of inflation. While a very strong dollar is a good short term fix for Japan, the rest of the World takes on deflation and weaker sales, which, in the end, drags down the Japan's economy.
Japan needs to stimulate demand within their own economy.
Fair value for the yen should be in the middle of it's five year high and low, which is 100-105yen.
"the Detroit area is doing well"---yah right---ask the people who live there.Only 770,000 remaining!!!!!"
Hey moron - did I say the city of Detroit? No I didn't moron.
Does GM engineer and manufacture vehicles or parts in Detroit? No they don't moron.
Are GM's results in ANY way tied to the city of Detroit? No they are not MORON.
Now, on the other hand, the Detroit Metro area is doing very well. More jobs available than you realize (but you have to be qualified - which you would not be).
Have a nice weekend moron.
"Toyota has deep pockets"
For paying off officials? For collusion on certain automotive parts? For paying fines for safety violations? For paying for gobs and gobs of recalls?
"don't worry about the #1 auto company on the planet"
I really don't - toyoDUH ain't all that.
"worry about Detroit & the auto industry there that as crippled a once great city"
Can you even read? The Detroit area and BIG 3 are doing very, very well.
You're a moron, at best.
Toyota has deep pockets---don't worry about the #1 auto company on the planet---worry about Detroit & the auto industry there that as crippled a once great city.Did you fix your ignition switch yet on that Vega you own???Is it paid off yet?????
"Oh reality does hurt."
It certainly does. The reality is that toyoDUH has recalled MORE vehicles globally since '09, without doubt, than any other OEM. Of that we are certain...
"Any company that has been thru a bankruptcy has poor products & always will."
Has toyoDUH been through bankruptcy? Just asking...
That was a STUPID statement you moron. There is not necessarily a correlation between a company that HAD to restructure and product quality. That MIGHT be the case with Chrysler (who still may not make it) but NOT General Motors.
"Some people are stupid enough to buy them."
Especially toyoDUH products.
P.S. When will production re-start in japan after the earthquakes ravaged some areas? Will that affect toyoDUH's financial performance? LOL!!!
Oh reality does hurt.Any company that has been thru a bankruptcy has poor products & always will.Some people are stupid enough to buy them.
on top of that, they are still making #$%$ cars without airbags and other safety. According to the Latin New Car Assessment Program, an independent testing organization. GM cars were so unsafe that Latin countries give GM cars zero stars in its latest tests. GM is not a leader, they react to the problem, they wait until something hit them and then react to it, Bankruptcy is one of them otherwise GM is making worse than a #$%$ car. Honda, Toyota and VW rated the best in Latin countries. Go figure !
(((This hogstank can't seem to really produce quality vehicles!)))
Percy stop using my trademarked words. You are not authorized to use hogstank in your writings.
Yes. I've followed him for years. He not right very often, and is wrong with this advice. Stay clear of companies with horrible track records, like Ford and GM. Stick with Toyota.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Of course, THERE'S ANOTHER!!!!
toyoDUH recalled nearly 17,000 Crown and Crown Majesta models in japan over electrical issues in the stereo amplifier system.
Yeah - toyoDUH ain't all that...
WAIT!! There's more!!!
toyoDUH does it again!!!
390,000 vehicles recalled in japan and overseas to tighten a fuel pressure sensor attachment to the delivery pipe which can cause a fuel leak.
toyoDUH kwality strikes again!
This hogstank can't seem to really produce quality vehicles!
Certain 2016 model year Avalon and Camry cars were voluntarily recalled because of risk of injury to front seat passengers, Toyota Motors said Wednesday.
The front passenger airbag and knee airbag may not deploy as designed in a crash in certain conditions, the company said in a statement.
The recall involves airbags which are activated by a passenger's weight through an Occupant Classification System, or OCS, Toyota said. There's a possibility that the recalled vehicles might not have received proper calibration during manufacturing, the company said.
More than 16,800 2016 model year Avalons and 41,630 model year 2016 Camry sedans were included. Owners will be notified by first class mail, and can go to Toyota dealers to re-calibrate the OCS.