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Toyota Motor Corporation (TM)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
144.71-1.91 (-1.30%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
144.00 -0.71 (-0.49%)
Pre-Market: 09:25AM EST
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Previous Close146.62
Open145.62
Bid144.00 x 900
Ask148.30 x 1000
Day's Range144.45 - 146.41
52 Week Range130.07 - 203.95
Volume248,148
Avg. Volume201,180
Market Cap197.447B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.62
PE Ratio (TTM)14.53
EPS (TTM)9.96
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield4.41 (3.23%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 30, 2022
1y Target Est157.21
  • Financial Times

    Toyota’s new chief set to steer conventional course towards electric future

    Toyota’s chief executive Akio Toyoda unexpectedly announced last month that he needed to step down as “an old-fashioned car guy” whose limitations in an increasingly digital and electric industry were being exposed, only to reveal his replacement would be his close disciple Koji Sato, another executive described as a regular “car lover”. With the world’s leading automaker falling behind electric vehicle manufacturers due to its reluctant embrace of the technology, it was little wonder Toyota’s biggest leadership change in 14 years failed to impress analysts or investors, with its share price failing to pop on the news. Sato, 53, is currently head of the premium Lexus brand and will replace Toyoda, 66, as president and chief executive on April 1, with the latter becoming chair.

  • Financial Times

    Toyota has a tragic flaw in the electric vehicle drama

    The world’s largest carmaker makes reliable hybrids but lags far behind in zero emissions technology

  • Reuters

    Toyota to launch two luxury vehicles in Japan -Nikkei

    Toyota Motor Corp will launch two higher-end luxury vehicles in Japan during the next financial year as it seeks to capture a larger share of the luxury car market, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Friday. The automaker will introduce a luxury sport-utility vehicle, the Toyota Century, in its home market sometime between August and the end of March 2024, Nikkei said, citing anonymous sources. A Toyota spokesperson said the company could not comment on its product plans.

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