|Bid||28.46 x 2200|
|Ask||28.47 x 800|
|Day's Range||28.41 - 28.65|
|52 Week Range||22.87 - 30.12|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.27|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||4.91|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.03 (3.61%)|
|1y Target Est||31.58|
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.
The California government will bar all state agencies from purchasing any further vehicles from these companies, the New York Times reported. “Carmakers that have chosen to be on the wrong side of history will be on the losing end of California’s buying power,” Gov. Newsom said in an official statement on Monday, according to the New York Times. The automakers that intervened on President Trump’s behalf in October against a lawsuit filed by environmentalists included General Motors Company (NYSE: GM), Toyota Motors Corporation (TYO: 7203), and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (OTC: FCAU) among other major companies, Reuters reported at the time.
Business jet deliveries surged by 15 percent in the first three quarters of the year to 516, compared with 447 during the same period in 2018.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Toyota Motor, Honda Motor, Nissan Motor, Tesla and Advance Auto Parts
While Japan's 1 carmaker Toyota (TM) misses fiscal second-quarter 2020 earnings estimates, its top peer Honda (HMC) surpasses the same.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Booking, Allergan, Honda Motor, Infosys and Activision Blizzard
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.
While 2030 has been earmarked as the breakthrough year for autonomous vehicles, several industry leaders believe self-driving cars remain little more than a pipedream
While Honda (HMC) beats fiscal second-quarter 2020 earnings and sales estimates, it narrows view for the full year amid sluggish global vehicle demand.
A proposed $90 million technology and warehouse development is being designed to attract brand-name companies that could bring hundreds of jobs to Forsyth County. McDonald Development Co. has applied to rezone 118 acres at Georgia 400, Highway 9 and Bethelview Road for a project that includes up to 907,550 square feet of technology, office and distribution space, according to plans submitted to the county. McDonald Development says it already owns over 725,000 square feet of class A buildings in Forsyth County that are leased to companies, including Honda Finance, Scientific Games Corp. (Nasdaq: SGMS) and Phillips Electronics.
Japanese shares consolidated their gains on Monday after a strong rally over the past few weeks on hopes of a U.S.-China trade deal, but fresh violence in Hong Kong dampened sentiment. U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he had not agreed to a rollback of U.S. tariffs sought by China, raising some doubts on the chance of a deal, though he said on Saturday that trade talks were moving along "very nicely". Asian share markets were rattled by news fromn Hong Kong, where media reported at least one protester was wounded after police fired live rounds a day after officers used tear gas to break up demonstrations that are entering their sixth month.
TOKYO , Nov. 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (NYSE: HMC) announced its consolidated financial results for the fiscal second quarter ended September 30, 2019 . Consolidated sales revenue for ...
Honda Motor Co slashed its annual profit and global sales outlook to a four-year low, citing a firmer yen and bleak business in both India and its main market of North America, even as it unveiled plans to buy back $915 million shares. The dour outlook comes at a time when Honda is struggling to shore up its automobile operations, with its profitability down more than half in the past two years due to a series of quality-related issues constraining its financial firepower to invest in new vehicle technologies.
Honda Motor Co slashed its annual profit and global sales outlook to a four-year low, citing a firmer yen and bleak business in both India and its main market of North America, even as it unveiled plans to buy back $915 million shares. The dour outlook comes at a time when Honda is struggling to shore up its automobile operations, with its profitability down more than half in the past two years due to a series of quality-related issues constraining its financial firepower to invest in new vehicle technologies. Honda said it had also been hit by an almost 20% slide in motorcycle sales over the six months to September in India.
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.
On October 30th, the boards of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (NYSE: FCA) and Peugeot's (OTC: PUGOY) parent PSA Group announced that they are in merger talks due to seeking scale in coping with costly new technologies needed to meet the electric future. Additionally, FCA showed it is somewhat resisting this downward trend on Thursday as despite a small loss, the Italian-American manufacturer at least managed to beat third-quarter earnings forecasts thanks to record profitability in its North American segment. Fiat Chrysler shares jumped nearly 9%, just a day before it released its third-quarter earnings, following its PSA announcement earlier in the morning.
While strong performance of the North American market buoys General Motors (GM) and Ford's (F) Q3 results, Tesla (TSLA) gains from rising Model 3 deliveries.
Hitachi Ltd unit Hitachi Automotive Systems and three Honda Motor Co-affiliated suppliers are considering a merger to create Japan's third-biggest auto-parts supplier by sales, four of the companies involved said on Wednesday. The move comes as carmakers struggle to adapt to technological change including the rise of electric vehicles and self-driving systems. Hitachi would be the majority shareholder in the new company, under which Hitachi Automotive Systems would be merged with Keihin Corp , Showa Corp and Nissin Kogyo Co , the Yomiuri newspaper reported earlier on Wednesday.
A coalition of automakers led by General Motors Company (NYSE: GM), Toyota Motor Corp (NYSE: TM), and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (NYSE: FCAU) are backing the Trump administration in the fight over whether federal regulators can preempt states in setting fuel efficiency standards. The three companies are among automakers that have intervened in a petition filed by the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) against the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) authority to address fuel economy standards.