TM - Toyota Motor Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
123.28
+0.52 (+0.42%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close122.76
Open122.63
Bid122.21 x 1800
Ask126.45 x 900
Day's Range122.44 - 123.55
52 Week Range111.48 - 140.99
Volume135,206
Avg. Volume160,801
Market Cap179.905B
Beta0.93
PE Ratio (TTM)8.17
EPS (TTM)15.08
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield4.38 (3.38%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-03-28
1y Target Est138.05
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  • Associated Pressyesterday

    Jury awards more than $242 million for Lexus seat defects

    A Texas jury has awarded more than $242 million to a Dallas-area family who sued Toyota over what they said were defective front seats in their Lexus sedan. Benjamin and Kristi Reavis alleged defects caused their front seat backs in a September 2016 rear-end collision to collapse on their two young children seated in child safety seats in the back. The Reavises' attorney, Frank Branson, said Toyota consciously chose to protect front-seat occupants from crash injuries such as whiplash at the expense of rear-seat passengers.

  • Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to family
    Reutersyesterday

    Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to family

    The verdict by the jury in Dallas County District Court includes more than $143.6 million in punitive damages after jurors agreed that the actions of Lexus-maker Toyota Motor Corp and Toyota Motor Sales amounted to gross negligence, the Law Offices of Frank L. Branson said in a statement. The 3-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter of Benjamin and Kristi Reavis were in the car's back seat, in child safety seats, the statement said.

  • Toyota Ordered to Pay Family $242 Million for Lexus Seat Defect
    Bloombergyesterday

    Toyota Ordered to Pay Family $242 Million for Lexus Seat Defect

    A Texas jury on Friday hit Toyota with a $242 million verdict after finding that defects in the front seats of a 2002 Lexus ES300 caused serious injuries to a Dallas family’s two young children during a rear-end collision in 2016. The jury in state court in Dallas awarded $144 million in punitive damages after finding Toyota Motor Corp. and Toyota Motor Sales were grossly negligent in the matter, according to court papers. “While we respect the jury’s decision, we remain confident that the injuries sustained were the result of factors specific to this very severe collision, not a defect in the design or manufacturing of the 2002 Lexus ES300,” Eric Booth, a spokesman for Toyota, said in a statement.

  • Toyota's minivan fares poorly in safety test
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Toyota's minivan fares poorly in safety test

    The nonprofit Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recently tested the safety of three popular minivans, and Toyota's Sienna didn't test very well.

  • Ford’s US Retail Sales Tanked in July 2018
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Ford’s US Retail Sales Tanked in July 2018

    In July 2018, Ford Motor Company (F) sold about 69,994 units of SUVs (sports utility vehicles), a 1.5% drop YoY (year-over-year). On the brighter side, the sales of the company’s truck segment saw strong gains of ~10.2% to 89,153 units in July 2018 from 80,886 units sold in July 2017.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Toyota to increase production capacity in China by 20 percent - source

    Japan's Toyota Motor Corp will build additional capacity at its auto plant in China's Guangzhou, a company source said, in addition to beefing up production at a factory in Tianjin city by 120,000 vehicles a year. A person close to the company said Toyota will build capacity at the production hub in the south China city of Guangzhou to also produce an additional 120,000 vehicles a year, an increase of 24 percent over current capacity. All together, between the eastern port city of Tianjin and Guangzhou, Toyota will boost its overall manufacturing capacity by 240,000 vehicles a year, or by about 20 percent.

  • Toyota to increase production capacity in China by 20 percent: source
    Reuters2 days ago

    Toyota to increase production capacity in China by 20 percent: source

    Japan's Toyota Motor Corp will build additional capacity at its auto plant in China's Guangzhou, a company source said, in addition to beefing up production at a factory in Tianjin city by 120,000 vehicles a year. A person close to the company said Toyota will build capacity at the production hub in the south China city of Guangzhou to also produce an additional 120,000 vehicles a year, an increase of 24 percent over current capacity. All together, between the eastern port city of Tianjin and Guangzhou, Toyota will boost its overall manufacturing capacity by 240,000 vehicles a year, or by about 20 percent.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    PlayStation creator backs start-up that uses 'theoretical neuroscience' for self-driving cars

    Ascent Robotics is a Japanese start-up creating software for self-driving cars. The company has raised $18 million in funding this year and aims to complete a fully functional AI vehicle system by late 2020. The company is catching the attention of Japan's tech community because it counts Ken Kutaragi, the creator of Sony's PlayStation game console, as one of its board members.

  • 2019 Toyota TRD Pro off-roaders are getting expensive
    Autoblog2 days ago

    2019 Toyota TRD Pro off-roaders are getting expensive

    Toyota announced at the Chicago Auto Show that its line of TRD Pro vehicles, the Toyota Tundra, Tacoma and 4Runner, were getting a slew of upgrades. As discovered by CarsDirect, the 2019 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro starts at $51,275, a premium of $3,870 over the last version from 2016, and the 2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro will start at $47,460, an increase of $3,340 over last year's truck. The big draw is the standard Fox Racing off-road shocks on every TRD Pro version.

  • How Stronger F-Series Sales Are Helping Ford in Bad Times
    Market Realist3 days ago

    How Stronger F-Series Sales Are Helping Ford in Bad Times

    In July 2018, Ford Motor Company’s (F) F-Series US truck sales were at 70,949 units, a 2.1% increase in sales on a YoY (year-over-year) basis. In June, the company saw sales of 79,204 units in the US, up 1.7% YoY. July 2018 was the 15th consecutive month that Ford reported YoY gains in its F-Series US sales.

  • Ford’s US Sales Fell in July after Rising for Two Months in a Row
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Ford’s US Sales Fell in July after Rising for Two Months in a Row

    Ford Motor Company (F) sold 194,026 vehicle units in the US market in July 2018, a 3.1% decrease from its US sales in July 2017. In the previous two months, the company reported YoY (year-over-year) gains in its US sales. In June 2018, Ford’s US sales went up by 1.2% to 230,635 vehicle units after witnessing a minor rise of 0.7% YoY in May.

  • 2018 Honda Odyssey bests Pacifica, Sienna in minivan crash, LATCH tests
    Autoblog3 days ago

    2018 Honda Odyssey bests Pacifica, Sienna in minivan crash, LATCH tests

    Honda has a lot to be proud of following the latest round of passenger small-overlap crash testing by the IIHS. The safety organization tested the 2018 Honda Odyssey, 2018 Chrysler Pacifica and 2018 Toyota Sienna, and the Odyssey managed the best rating of "Good." The Pacifica followed behind with an "Acceptable" rating, and the Sienna brought up the rear with just a "Marginal." Both the Pacifica and Sienna lost points because the structure around the passengers collapsed to differing extents, leading to parts of the structure intruding into the passenger compartment.

  • Kroger begins tests of driverless grocery delivery in Arizona
    Autoblog3 days ago

    Kroger begins tests of driverless grocery delivery in Arizona

    U.S. supermarket giant Kroger said it will start testing driverless grocery delivery on Thursday with technology partner Nuro at a single Fry's Food Store in Scottsdale, Arizona. Kroger and rival Walmart each have teamed up with autonomous vehicle companies in a bid to lower the high-cost of "last-mile" deliveries to customer doorsteps, as online retailer Amazon.com rolls out free Whole Foods delivery for subscribers to its Prime perks program. "Kroger wants to bring more customers the convenience of affordable grocery delivery," said Kroger Chief Digital Officer Yael Cosset, who added that the test will also gauge consumer demand for the service.

  • Here’s Why Weakness in Harley-Davidson Stock Could Continue
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Here’s Why Weakness in Harley-Davidson Stock Could Continue

    Last week, Harley-Davidson stock (HOG) continued to trade on a negative note for the second consecutive week. The stock ended the week with a fall of ~1.8%. As of August 13, the company’s stock was hovering in the negative territory quarter-to-date, with a 1.7% fall seen in the third quarter so far.

  • Exclusive: In Chinese port city, Japan's Toyota lays foundation to ramp up sales
    Reuters3 days ago

    Exclusive: In Chinese port city, Japan's Toyota lays foundation to ramp up sales

    Toyota Motor Corp is likely to make 120,000 more cars a year in the Chinese port city of Tianjin as part of a medium-term strategy that's gathering pace as China-Japan ties improve, said four company insiders with knowledge of the matter. The Japanese auto maker's plan to boost annual production capacity by about a quarter in the port city will lay the foundation to increase sales in China to two million vehicles per year, a jump of over 50 percent, the four sources said. The Tianjin expansion signals Toyota's willingness to start adding significant manufacturing capacity in China with the possibility of one or two new assembly plants in the world's biggest auto market, the sources said.

  • Exclusive: In Chinese port city, Japan's Toyota lays foundation to ramp up sales
    Reuters3 days ago

    Exclusive: In Chinese port city, Japan's Toyota lays foundation to ramp up sales

    Toyota Motor Corp is likely to make 120,000 more cars a year in the Chinese port city of Tianjin as part of a medium-term strategy that's gathering pace as China-Japan ties improve, said four company insiders with knowledge of the matter. The Japanese auto maker's plan to boost annual production capacity by about a quarter in the port city will lay the foundation to increase sales in China to two million vehicles per year, a jump of over 50 percent, the four sources said. The Tianjin expansion signals Toyota's willingness to start adding significant manufacturing capacity in China with the possibility of one or two new assembly plants in the world's biggest auto market, the sources said.

  • Technology is about to fog your car's windows — with ads
    Autoblog4 days ago

    Technology is about to fog your car's windows — with ads

    Thanks to technology, car windows could become much less transparent and evolve into what marketers call the elusive and lucrative "fifth screen," alongside TVs, computers, smartphones and tablets. In 2011, Toyota showed a concept called Window to the World that allows backseat passengers to draw Etch-A-Sketch-style on a car's glass, calculate the distance of objects away from the vehicle and zoom in on them for a better view. A year later, GM debuted a prototype window that passengers can also draw on, displays a cartoon character who moves along with the speed of the car and superimposes augmented reality info about what's outside.

  • Texas FAME signing day marks progress in San Antonio manufacturing workforce development
    American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Texas FAME signing day marks progress in San Antonio manufacturing workforce development

    A group promoting workforce development in manufacturing is making inroads toward ending a shortage of skilled workers.

  • GM Stock Is Near a Key Support Level: What to Expect Next?
    Market Realist5 days ago

    GM Stock Is Near a Key Support Level: What to Expect Next?

    Last week, General Motors (GM) stock fell 3.0% after registering a minor weekly rise of ~0.5% in the previous week. Last month, the company’s second-quarter earnings results failed to impress investors.

  • Electric Cars Could Be a Job Killer for Japan’s No. 1 Industry
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Electric Cars Could Be a Job Killer for Japan’s No. 1 Industry

    Tetsuya Kimura is nervous. The company he runs, which makes engine parts, was already in an endless cycle of cost-cutting to stay competitive. Then last fall the head of his biggest client, Toyota Motor Corp. President Akio Toyoda, began warning that a “once-in-a-century” upheaval threatens the industry’s very survival.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Corrected: Analysis: Japan's labour crunch is reshaping how companies attract workers

    Misaki Harada wants to quit her job as a receptionist at a restaurant management company in Tokyo and move into marketing for an apparel maker. "If you ask me whether I prefer more money or more flexible working hours, I would choose more flexible working hours," she said. As Japan's population dwindles, its companies are being forced to change how they attract job seekers like Harada from an ever-shrinking labour pool.

  • 'Tariffs are taxes on the end consumer': Toyota talks tariffs, supplier diversity and future of supply chain
    American City Business Journals9 days ago

    'Tariffs are taxes on the end consumer': Toyota talks tariffs, supplier diversity and future of supply chain

    Not only does Toyota wants its supply base to be diverse, it wants its suppliers' supply base to achieve diversity goals.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Japan's Aisin sees up to 40 bln yen impact if U.S. hikes auto tariffs

    Japan's Aisin Seiki Co said on Friday it expected to take a hit of up to 40 billion yen if the United States raised tariffs on autos and auto parts. Aisin President Kiyotaka Ise said he expected to see an impact of "30 billion yen to 40 billion yen" ($270.39 million - $360.52 million) if new tariffs are implemented.

  • InvestorPlace9 days ago

    Musk’s Buyout Tweet Is Not Good News for Tesla Shareholders

    The always-entertaining story that is Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) took another turn on Tuesday. Tesla reportedly is considering going private. Tesla stock gained 11% on the day.

  • Auto Stock Roundup: Earnings Nearing End, Honda to Recall, Harley Seeks Partner
    Zacks10 days ago

    Auto Stock Roundup: Earnings Nearing End, Honda to Recall, Harley Seeks Partner

    While AutoNation (AN), American Axle (AXL) and Cooper Tire (CTB) report an earnings beat, Cooper-Standard (CPS) registers an earnings miss.