|Bid||26.87 x 2200|
|Ask||26.88 x 800|
|Day's Range||26.80 - 27.19|
|52 Week Range||22.87 - 30.12|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.28|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||4.64|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.03 (3.75%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Sep 25, 2019|
|1y Target Est||31.78|
Announcement of Periodic Review: Moody's announces completion of a periodic review of ratings of Honda Motor Co., Ltd. Tokyo, January 25, 2020 -- Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has completed a periodic review of the ratings of Honda Motor Co., Ltd. and other ratings that are associated with the same analytical unit. The review was conducted through a portfolio review in which Moody's reassessed the appropriateness of the ratings in the context of the relevant principal methodology(ies), recent developments, and a comparison of the financial and operating profile to similarly rated peers.
Lowe's Companies (NYSE: LOW) has announced it will partner with Honda Power Equipment (NYSE: HMC) to sell the company’s line of outdoor power tools in its home improvement warehouse stores. Honda Power Equipment operates a manufacturing facility in the Alamance County town of Swepsonville. Honda products are now available at Lowes.com and will be stocked in stores over the next few weeks.They include walk-behind lawn mowers, generators, snow blowers, tillers, pumps and string trimmers for residential and commercial applications.
While Ford's (F) Q4 results are likely to be hit by a pre-tax charge of $2.2 billion, Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) teams up with Foxconn to develop EVs in China.
Toyota (TM) to recall 2.9 million U.S. vehicles, which includes Corolla 2011-2019, Matrix 2011-2013, Avalon 2012-2018 and Avalon Hybrid vehicles 2013-2018.
ASSOCIATED PRESS DETROIT (AP) — Honda (HMC) is recalling 2.4 million older vehicles in the U.S. to replace potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators. The recall covers certain Honda and Acura vehicles from the 1996 to 2003 model years.
Toyota Motor Corp. and Honda Motor Co. announced separate recalls Tuesday affecting millions of vehicles. Both recalls were related to the vehicles' airbag systems. Toyota (NYSE: TM) said its recall was related to a electronic control unit (ECU) that might not deploy in the event of a crash.
Honda said on Tuesday it will recall 2.7 million older U.S. vehicles in North America for potentially defective air bag inflators. The defect involves a different type of Takata inflator than those that have prompted the largest-ever auto safety recalls worldwide covering more than 42 million U.S. vehicles by 19 automakers with Takata air bag inflators. Honda said it is aware of one field rupture of an inflator in the new recall campaign — a 2012 crash in Texas that resulted in an injury — and two in junkyards in Japan.
Toyota will recall 3.4 million vehicles worldwide because of an electronic defect that can result in air bags not deploying in crashes.
Two different air bag glitches have forced Toyota and Honda to recall over 6 million vehicles worldwide, and both problems present different dangers to motorists.
Honda Motor Co said on Tuesday it will recall 2.7 million older U.S. vehicles in North America for potentially defective air bag inflators. The defect involves a different type of Takata inflator than those that have prompted the largest-ever auto safety recalls worldwide covering more than 42 million U.S. vehicles by 19 automakers with Takata air bag inflators. Honda said it is aware of one field rupture of a inflator in the new recall campaign - a 2012 crash in Texas that resulted in an injury - and two in junkyards in Japan.
Honda Motor Co will join on Tuesday a growing number of companies signing a White House pledge to boost U.S. job training opportunities. The third largest Japanese automaker will announce in Ohio it will provide expanded job training opportunities to 50,000 workers by 2025. Other major companies including Alphabet Inc's Google unit, Toyota Motor Corp, American Airlines, Apple Inc and General Motors Co are among more than 400 firms that previously agreed to offer education and training opportunities for U.S. students and workers.
Honda R&D Co. Ltd . (NYSE: HMC ) and Isuzu Motors Ltd . (OTC: ISUZY ) will jointly research hydrogen-powered fuel cell heavy-duty electric trucks as Honda makes its fuel cell expertise available to an ...
Japan's Honda and Isuzu on Wednesday said they would jointly research the use of hydrogen fuel cells to power heavy-duty trucks, looking to expand fuel cell use by applying the zero-emission technology to larger vehicles. As part of a two-year deal, Isuzu will test Honda's fuel cell powertrain, which was designed for passenger cars, in Isuzu's commercial trucks, the companies said, which could pave the way for using the technology in a wider range of vehicles.
(Bloomberg) -- A Nissan Motor Co. alliance with Honda Motor Co. “feels a little wrong” but shouldn’t be out of the question if the embattled automaker ends up severing ties with Renault SA, according to LightStream Research analyst Mio Kato.Such a tie-up could appeal given the threat of Toyota Motor Corp., which has brought many smaller Japanese automakers like Mazda Motor Corp., Suzuki Motor Corp. and Subaru Corp. into its fold, Kato wrote in a note available on SmartKarma.“Honda has never been one to engage in aggressive M&A and a merger between Honda and Nissan should be unthinkable, but with Toyota’s increasing competitiveness we feel that if Nissan desired an alliance partner to replace Renault, Honda may not be entirely against the idea,” Kato said.Nissan denied reports earlier this week that it was considering ending its alliance with Renault, which has been shaken by the dramatic escape of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn from trial in Japan. It referred to the Renault alliance as a “source of Nissan’s competitiveness.”Nissan declined to comment on the report in SmartKarma and referred queries to its previous statements about its alliance with Renault. A representative for Honda said no steps, such as a capital alliance or merger, were under consideration.Kato said carmakers will be inclined to seek partnerships given their investment burden over the new few years. He suggested that the auto industry in Japan could ultimately be split into two giant groups.Replacing Renault with Honda in the alliance would raise unit volumes to about 12 million units a year from under 11 million units and improve product mix, given that Honda produces larger vehicles than Renault, according to Kato.“Nissan does have attractive possibilities to dangle in front of potential suitors and Toyota’s relentless march forward could necessitate drastic change for those on the outside in Japan,” he wrote.To contact the reporters on this story: Min Jeong Lee in Tokyo at email@example.com;Tsuyoshi Inajima in Tokyo at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lianting Tu at email@example.com, ;Young-Sam Cho at firstname.lastname@example.org, Will DaviesFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Japan's Honda Motor Co and Isuzu Motors Ltd on Wednesday said they would jointly research the use of hydrogen fuel cells to power heavy-duty trucks, looking to expand fuel cell use by applying the zero-emission technology to larger vehicles. As part of a two-year deal, Isuzu will test Honda's fuel cell powertrain, which was designed for passenger cars, in Isuzu's commercial trucks, the companies said, which could pave the way for using the technology in a wider range of vehicles.
The Trump administration is signaling that it could increase fuel economy standards, possibly compromising on its push to freeze them at 2020 levels.
For this year's Tokyo Auto Salon, Honda didn't just bring upgraded versions of its latest models, but also some examples of its past creations, too. It's official name is the Honda Civic Cyber Night Japan Cruiser 2020. Basically, it's what Honda imagines the old hatchback would look like if it had been designed in a cyberpunk universe.
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China's economy is still showing signs of weakness as its auto market shrunk 8.2% from the previous year. Auto maker Ford also said its China sales fell for the third year in a row in 2019. Yahoo Finance's On The Move panel discusses.