|Bid||0.00 x 1000|
|Ask||9.05 x 42300|
|Day's Range||9.04 - 9.13|
|52 Week Range||7.41 - 10.56|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.07|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.60|
|Earnings Date||Feb 4, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.60 (6.61%)|
|1y Target Est||10.16|
Environmental group the Sierra Club on Tuesday urged automakers and dealerships to help cut U.S. carbon emissions and fight the climate crisis by making more electric vehicle available in U.S. showrooms. "It’s past time for the auto industry to put some action behind its promises of progress and work to tackle emissions from transportation," said Hieu Le, the report's primary author. The Sierra Club said its survey https://www.sierraclub.org/sites/www.sierraclub.org/files/press-room/2153%20Rev%20Up%20Report%202019_3_web.pdf of more than 900 U.S. dealerships found that 74% did not stock a single EV, but noted about 40% of dealerships in states that have adopted California's zero emission vehicle (ZEV) mandate had EVs for sale.
Chinese EV maker Kandi Technologies reported Q3 revenue slid 17% but recorded an adjusted profit on a per-share basis.
Tesla stock has come a long way since dropping 46% to start the year. Following the release of its deliveries on June 3, Tesla closed at $178.97, its lowest level since 2017. Since then, it’s been all upside.
The latest Tesla earnings release has driven it into one of the strongest and fastest rallies in the stock's history, and it doesn't seem to be slowing. TLSA could be well on its way to surpassing its all-time high.
Over the next few years, passenger car sales are expected to drop whereas demand for light trucks is expected to increase as the growth in CUVs is coming largely at the expense of traditional car sales. By 2025, SEMA projects that light trucks that include: pickups, SUVs, CUVs and vans, will represent 69% of all light vehicles sold.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Fewer new energy vehicles (NEV) could be sold in China this year than in 2018, an official at the country's biggest auto industry association said on Monday, as customers hold back on purchases following a government decision to cut subsidies. Chen Shihua, assistant secretary general at China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), made the comment on Monday after the association reported that sales of NEVs fell 45.6% in October from year-ago levels, following a 33% decline in September. "There is a gap between sales to date and where they were last year, so according to the development trend, we may see negative growth for new energy vehicles this year," he said.
It was a challenging year for Minneapolis’ bikeshare program, which saw record numbers of bikes go missing while ridership and revenue took a dive.
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in works such as Ulysses, the landmark piece of 20th-century fiction, saying the Irish capital could be rebuilt from his work if the city was ever destroyed. At issue is the fate of a “dark gaunt house” on the Liffey quays that is the setting for The Dead, an acclaimed short story in the Dubliners collection that marked Joyce as a writer of genius. will be laid to waste for the benefit of property developers.
The U.S. Justice Department has issued civil subpoenas to four major automakers, demanding that they disclose details on a deal struck with California in July to follow strict vehicle emissions standards, a source briefed on the matter said on Thursday. The Justice Department is carrying out an antitrust investigation into the voluntary agreement. It comes against a growing number of fights between the Republican White House and California on a number of fronts, including numerous environmental issues.
BERLIN/WASHINGTON, Nov 7 (Reuters) - Outgoing European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker does not believe U.S. President Donald Trump will impose tariffs on imported European cars next week, he told Germany's Sueddeutsche Zeitung. "Trump is going to make some criticism, but there won't be any auto tariffs," Juncker told the Sueddeutsche in pre-released extracts of an interview to run in its Friday edition. The U.S. Commerce Department declined to comment.
While the proposed tie-up between Fiat-Chrysler (FCAU) and PSA is likely to lead to the creation of the world's fourth-largest carmaker, UAW-Ford (F) deal largely mirrors the UAW-General Motors contract.
Stocks Jump On Report of Dismount Off Tariff High Horse Maybe. Tomorrow, news could change again. China and the United States have reportedly agreed to cancel tariffs in phases. This was reported not by the Trump Administration, but by the Chinese commerce ministry, which maybe gives it a better chance of being true rather than […]The post Market Morning: Tariff Truce, Disney Defends, Colorado Legalizes Betting, SoftBank Plummets appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Sales of new cars in Russia fell 5.2% year-on-year in October to 152,057 units, after a 0.2% decline in the previous month, the Association of European Businesses (AEB) said on Thursday. "Total market sales in October underachieved last year's result by 5.2%, firmly keeping the market on the path of a slow but continuous erosion of the much-needed volume gains secured in the years 2017-2018," Joerg Schreiber, chairman of the AEB Automobile Manufacturers Committee, said in a statement. The AEB said last month it expected sales of new cars to fall 2.2% in Russia in 2019.
Ford Motor Co will consider building Ford-branded pickup trucks in China if restrictions on driving pickups in cities are relaxed and it could also roll out customized models at that time, a senior company official said. Ford was among foreign automakers exhibiting their wares this week at the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, a fair aimed at showcasing the country's free trade credentials. Many of the vehicles that Ford, General Motors and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles put on show were pickup trucks, a segment of the Chinese market that has remained relatively resilient even as the overall industry braces for a second year of dipping sales.
Trump is expected to announce a delay in imposing European auto tariffs for another six months. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Anjalee Khemlani, Scott Gamm and Rick Newman discuss on YFi AM.
In the 1960s, Ford Motor Company embarked on building a supercar that could beat the Italian automaker Ferrari at one of the world's most prestigious car races, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. That effort (and the story of the car designer and driver behind it) is now told in the new movie "Ford v. Ferrari." Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with stars Matt Damon (who plays Carroll Shelby, the automotive artist hired to defeat Ferrari) and Christian Bale (who plays legendary driver Ken Miles) about the quest to create a finely-tuned weapon of speed.