|Bid||11.570 x 47300|
|Ask||11.580 x 39400|
|Day's Range||11.440 - 11.600|
|52 Week Range||10.140 - 13.480|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||5.98|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.60 (5.36%)|
|1y Target Est||12.37|
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U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Thursday said a U.S. national security probe of car and truck imports was still in its early stages but that other countries' high, artificial barriers such as tariffs and other interventions have skewed the marketplace. "Now it's very difficult to get back to a reciprocal arrangement," Ross said in an interview on CNBC, a day after announcing the investigation, which could lead to new U.S. tariffs on imported automobiles.
(Reuters) - Shares of General Motors (GM.N) and Ford (F.N) inched only marginally higher before the bell on Thursday after the Trump administration launched a national security probe into car imports which ...
With an intention to challenge the dominance of local Chinese players, many foreign automakers collaborate with China's national companies to offer new energy vehicles.
Shares of General Motors and Ford inched only marginally higher before the bell on Thursday after the Trump administration launched a national security probe into car imports which could lead to new tariffs on foreign competitors while also stirring trade tensions. Washington said on Wednesday it will open a so-called Section 232 investigation into whether imports of vehicles and auto parts harm national security. A similar investigation prefaced the imposition of tariffs on steel and aluminium imports earlier this year.
Last week, Harley-Davidson stock (HOG) saw a strong recovery after falling in the previous two weeks. HOG ended the week at $42.50 with a rise of about 4.2% during the week. The company’s stock fell ~4.1% in April against a 0.3% drop in the S&P 500 Index. April was the fourth month in a row that Harley’s stock witnessed value erosion.
The U.S. Department of Commerce started an investigation into automobile imports. The government is looking into whether they "threaten to impair the national security" of the United States. It will be carried out under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, the agency said in a statement on Wednesday.
Crypto Crashing Conundrum Continues as Justice Department Threatens Bitcoin (BTC-USD), bitcoin cash (BCH-USD), ethereum (ETH-USD), and ripple (XRP-USD) are all down heavily, with the collective market cap of the entire cryptocurrency complex down to $333 billion. Post-parabolic lows are still at $247 billion, so we are still about 26% away from strong support. One reason […] The post Market Morning Roundup, Cryptos Crashing, Car Parts Threatening, Euro Banks Falling appeared first on Market Exclusive.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump is considering launching a trade investigation of auto imports on national security grounds, a senior Trump administration official said on Wednesday. ...
The Trump administration is considering the imposition of new tariffs on imported vehicles, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing industry officials briefed on broad outlines of the plan. The administration is currently considering tariffs of up to 25%, according to those briefed on the plan, the report said.
Shares of Toyota Motor Corp. fell 1.3 percent in after-hours trading on a report the Trump administration was eyeing new tariffs on imported autos. A tariff could be up to 25 percent, sources told The Wall Street Journal. Shares of Toyota Motor Corp. 7203.T-JP dropped nearly 2 percent in after-hours trading after a report that the Trump administration was weighing new tariffs on auto imports to the United States.
Will US-China Trade War Relief Be Fruitful for the Auto Industry? In the week ended May 18, Ferrari stock (RACE) remained negative and settled at $132.53 with a drop of 2.6%. Let’s take a look at key technical support and resistance levels in its stock for the trading sessions.
Does the US Steel Industry Look Healthy This Month? President Donald Trump has exempted several regions from the stringent Section 232 tariffs that were imposed on national security grounds. While countries such as Canada, Mexico, Brazil, and Germany managed to get exemptions, Japan was a notable exception.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk sharply criticized the United Automobile Workers union in a new Twitter rant this week, saying the union “betrayed” workers at Fremont’s NUMMI auto plant and “left us here to rot” after the plant closed in 2010.
Outfront Media (OUT) to present Greenridge Farm's natural meats and sausages across Chicago in an out-of-home advertising campaign.
Last week, Tesla stock (TSLA) fell sharply by 8.1% to $276.82 against a 0.5% drop seen in the S&P 500 Index. In the previous week, TSLA stock rose 2.4%. Tesla began the second quarter with optimism, and its stock recovered by 10.4% in April after witnessing the massive decline of 22.4% in March. TSLA ended Q1 in negative territory with 14.5% losses. In Q1 2018, auto stocks (XLY) General Motors (GM), Ford (F), and Harley-Davidson (HOG) fell 11.3%, 10.3%, and 15.7%, respectively.
Nearly two years after the EU referendum, opinion polls continue to show very little change in public attitudes towards Brexit. It is the much more positive view that many people have of immigration than was the case back in 2016. One sign of the shift can be seen in a Times/YouGov tracking poll published on Wednesday.
Longtime bulls turn bearish, and one Detroit automaker could be severely undervalued, according to a couple of Wall Street analysts.