|Bid||118.10 x 900|
|Ask||122.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||119.56 - 121.27|
|52 Week Range||114.14 - 140.99|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.83|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||7.39|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.52 (2.93%)|
|1y Target Est||147.30|
The concept in question is yet another race car variant, and it will be shown at the Tokyo Auto Salon literally days before the production model. The front looks longer and lower, and the back is much more squared-off, especially compared with the GR Sport race car concept. Toyota, unsurprisingly, gave no details about the car besides the teaser image, as well as the dates it will be on display at the Tokyo Auto Salon — Jan. 11-13.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, General Motors, Ford Motor, Honda Motor and Toyota Motor
Amid an overall market correction, many stocks that smart money investors were collectively bullish on tanked during the fourth quarter. Among them, Amazon and Netflix ranked among the top 30 picks and both lost around 20%. Facebook, which was the second most popular stock, lost 14% amid uncertainty regarding the interest rates and tech valuations. […]
The Chevrolet Volt is headed to the scrap heap, but during its decade on the market the electric vehicle reflected the strengths and weaknesses of General Motors Co. and auto making in Detroit. The plug-in electric vehicle won praise from auto critics who heralded the car as an engineering marvel when it was introduced in 2010. The acclaim eased some of the pain from GM’s bankruptcy at the time and showed that Detroit could still develop an enviable vehicle.
The 2019 Lexus ES 350 F Sport truly cements that "driving like a Lexus" now means something far different than it ever did before. It really comes down to what you feel through that F Sport steering wheel, through your heels planted in the floor below, and the seat of your pants that's now placed lower in a sportier driving position. The 2019 ES 350 is one of those cars that manages to shrink around you as you hustle it along, feeling much smaller than its full-size sedan dimensions would indicate.
A case will resume on Friday, Dec. 7, at the National Labor Relations Board regarding a string of unfair labor practices and safety complaints brought by the United Auto Workers against Telsa. Tesla denies all allegations that it has restricted union-organizing efforts, tried to stop employees from discussing safety issues and retaliated against pro-union workers. If the UAW prevails, the ripple effect could impact tech companies in Silicon Valley.
Thus far Ford Motor (NYSE:F) CEO Jim Hackett hasn’t disclosed to owners of Ford stock exactly how the company plans to restructure (read “shrink”) itself over the course of the next few years. Indeed, Hackett outright dismissed a Morgan Stanley-suggested number of layoffs in the queue when he was queried about the matter at a recent company reception … without offering an alternative figure. Sizable job cuts are almost certainly an inevitability though, resulting from plant closures and even outright abandonment of certain geographic markets.
Last month, Tesla sold 18,000 Model 3 units and as more configuration options become available, one would expect that figure to increase as Tesla widens its customer base. There's also the question of how much buyers were influenced by the federal tax credit, which will be reduced for all Tesla models at the start of 2019. Tesla is reportedly aiming to hit a production rate of 7,000 units per week by year-end.
Toyota and Lexus are pulling out the stops when it comes to sports cars at the Detroit Auto Show. In addition to the real, final reveal of the Toyota Supra, we'll also see a just-announced 2020 Lexus RC F Track Edition. According to a representative from Toyota it will be the most powerful Lexus offered since the LFA supercar.
Strong cash flow aids PACCAR (PCAR) to hike quarterly dividend to 32 cents and pay an additional dividend of $2 per share. Further, its board approves a $500-million share repurchase program.
Toyota’s top U.S. executive says car sales nationwide have nearly bottomed out and his company will keep making them despite a dramatic shift to trucks and SUVs
Toyota's top U.S. executive says his company will keep making cars despite a dramatic shift by American consumers to trucks and SUVs. Jim Lentz spoke about Toyota's strategy during an economic forum in Detroit on Wednesday. (Dec. 5)