TM - Toyota Motor Corporation

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
122.67
-0.93 (-0.75%)
As of 11:06AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close123.60
Open123.07
Bid122.52 x 1000
Ask122.61 x 800
Day's Range122.52 - 123.28
52 Week Range111.12 - 140.46
Volume35,080
Avg. Volume235,950
Market Cap174.518B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.73
PE Ratio (TTM)7.50
EPS (TTM)16.36
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield3.52 (2.82%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-09-27
1y Target Est147.30
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  • 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition debuts before Chicago Auto Show
    Autoblog52 minutes ago

    2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition debuts before Chicago Auto Show

    Special edition cars can be a bit lame sometimes, but we wouldn't consider the 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition set to debut at the Chicago Auto Show one of them. The "Toyota" font and scripted "Land Cruiser" is about as old-school-cool as it gets folks. It makes us wish Toyota would stick that badge on every Land Cruiser.

  • RBC Analyst: Tesla Is Valued on ‘Overly Lofty Expectations’
    Market Realist16 minutes ago

    RBC Analyst: Tesla Is Valued on ‘Overly Lofty Expectations’

    RBC Analyst: Tesla Is Valued on ‘Overly Lofty Expectations’Tesla Over the last few sessions, Tesla (TSLA) stock has been heading downward. The stock had fallen 13.9% as of yesterday, and it started this morning on a negative note, too. At 9:37 AM

  • 2020 Land Cruiser Heritage Edition Celebrates 60+ Years as SUV Icon
    PR Newswire4 hours ago

    2020 Land Cruiser Heritage Edition Celebrates 60+ Years as SUV Icon

    - Exclusive Exterior and Interior Trim, Limited Availability - Special Bronze-colored forged-aluminum BBS Wheels - 381-hp V8 and 8-Speed Transmission - Full-Capability 4-Wheel Drive with Advanced Chassis ...

  • Toyota Finally Has the Power in Electric Cars
    Bloomberg18 hours ago

    Toyota Finally Has the Power in Electric Cars

    Asia’s biggest automaker is setting up a joint venture with Panasonic Corp. to produce batteries for partners such as its Daihatsu unit, Mazda Motor Corp. and Subaru Corp. that together account for more than 20 percent of global car production. Toyota will own 51 percent of the venture, to be established by the end of 2020. For Panasonic, which supplies batteries to Tesla Inc., it’s good news. The spreading of risk away from Elon Musk’s company will relieve investors.

  • Most Analysts Call Ford a ‘Hold’ ahead of Its Q4 Results
    Market Realist19 hours ago

    Most Analysts Call Ford a ‘Hold’ ahead of Its Q4 Results

    What Do Analysts Expect of Ford’s Q4 2018 Earnings?(Continued from Prior Part)Ratings on Ford stockAccording to the latest data compiled by Reuters, 66% analysts covering Ford Motor Company (F) stock have given it “hold” recommendations.

  • Why Analysts Are Pessimistic about Ford’s Q4 2018 Results
    Market Realist20 hours ago

    Why Analysts Are Pessimistic about Ford’s Q4 2018 Results

    What Do Analysts Expect of Ford’s Q4 2018 Earnings?(Continued from Prior Part)Ford’s recent stock performance In the previous article, we looked at how Ford Motor Company (F) stock has managed to outperform the S&P 500 Index in January so

  • How Is Ford Stock Faring ahead of Its Q4 2018 Earnings Event?
    Market Realist22 hours ago

    How Is Ford Stock Faring ahead of Its Q4 2018 Earnings Event?

    What Do Analysts Expect of Ford’s Q4 2018 Earnings?Ford’s fourth-quarter earnings Ford Motor Company (F), the second-largest US automaker by 2018 vehicle sales volumes, is set to release its fourth-quarter earnings results on January 24.  Before

  • Why Tesla Fell 13% Last Week
    Market Realist23 hours ago

    Why Tesla Fell 13% Last Week

    Why Tesla Fell 13% Last WeekTesla’s fall In the week that ended on January 18, the stock of popular electric carmaker Tesla (TSLA) fell 13.0%, its worst weekly loss in the last 22 weeks. The fall was primarily the result of a sharp sell-off in the

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    Competition Is Closing In on Tesla and TSLA Stock

    Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) finally has competition. Oodles of it. * 12 2018 Winners That Will Be Big Ol' Losers in 2019 Germans like Volkswagen (OTCMKTS:VLKAY), Japanese like Toyota Motor (NYSE:TM), Chinese -- even Indians. In America, General Motors (NYSE:GM) has produced an electric Cadillac and Ford (NYSE:F) is now offering an an electric pick-up. InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips What they all have in common is a desire to grab both Tesla's market -- and its mojo. At its Jan. 18 opening price of $325 per share, investors are still paying over three times sales for Tesla shares, while they can have General Motors for less than one-third sales. The market cap of Tesla -- about $58 billion after a 6.5% overnight drop -- remains $4 billion ahead of GM, $25 billion ahead of Ford Motor, and is more than double that of Fiat Chrysler (NASDAQ:FCAU), all of whom dwarf it in sales, profits, and numbers of employees. The posse is on to Tesla How is Tesla going to compete? By cutting employees, cutting costs and raising profits, according to CEO Elon Musk. In his e-mail to employees announcing the job cuts, Musk cited the end of U.S. tax breaks on electrics and said the Model 3 needs to be priced closer to its $35,000 base price promise to compete and admitted that "the road ahead is very difficult." Tesla is now facing a host of competitors, with more coming all the time. Nissan (OTCMKTS:NSANY) is just the latest big car company promising an all-electric line and a "complete reinterpretation" of what such cars can do. Tesla also faces a host of competitors in the area of autonomous vehicles, starting with Alphabet's (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Waymo, which is already running driverless Fiat Chrysler Pacificas in Phoenix. General Motors plans to start tests of self-driving cars in San Francisco this year. Fiat Chrysler's Jeep unit is experimenting with rentals and car-sharing. ### Tesla's Not-So-Secret Weapon Given the reality of other car makers' low valuations, Tesla's high valuation, and Musk's admission of trouble ahead, is there anything that might still attract an investor to the stock? Yes. Tesla's battery factory in Nevada is churning out two battery packs per minute, 24 hours each day, at a cost of $116 per kilowatt hour (kwh). The cheapest competitor pays $146 per kwh -- and Tesla is making more such battery packs than the rest of the world combined. Tesla has plans to build two more battery plants, in Shanghai and in Europe, and to continually redesign its batteries so they both cost less and last longer. Tesla executives say the Nevada plant is profitable and cash flow positive. The problem is that batteries remain a very small part of the Tesla story, at just over 10% of revenue, even when its solar cells are added in. Also, even here there are competitors, promising to do even better. ### The Bottom Line on TSLA Stock Tesla has succeeded in shifting the direction of the auto industry, away from gas guzzlers, toward electrics and toward vehicles that drive themselves. But its valuation has attracted enormous competition, and expectations for its own financial performance keep rising. Tesla is next due to report earnings Feb. 6 and the consensus is for net income of $2.12 per share, while the "whisper number" (what analysts are telling their top clients to expect) is $2.41, on revenue of $6.36 billion. Compare that to earnings of $1.75 per share, fully diluted, reported for third quarter, on $6.8 billion in sales. * 12 2018 Winners That Will Be Big Ol' Losers in 2019 Even if Tesla beats these estimates, it's becoming less unique, as all its competitors are now focused on making the same kind of all-electric, autonomous vehicles it has been promising. Its relative valuation today is based entirely on its lead in batteries, and battery technology. Dana Blankenhorn is a financial and technology journalist. He is the author of a new mystery thriller, The Reluctant Detective Finds Her Family, available now at the Amazon Kindle store. Write him at danablankenhorn@gmail.com or follow him on Twitter at @danablankenhorn. As of this writing he owned no shares in companies mentioned in this article. ### More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Companies Apple Should Consider Buying * 7 Beaten-Up Housing Stocks Due for a Bounce Back * Take Buffett's Advice: 5 Vanguard Funds to Buy Compare Brokers The post Competition Is Closing In on Tesla and TSLA Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Toyota, Panasonic announce venture for green auto batteries
    Associated Pressyesterday

    Toyota, Panasonic announce venture for green auto batteries

    TOKYO (AP) — Toyota Motor Corp. and Panasonic Corp. are setting up a joint venture to research, manufacture and sell batteries for ecological autos, an increasingly lucrative sector amid concerns about global warming.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Toyota, Panasonic announce battery venture to expand EV push

    Toyota Motor Corp and Panasonic Corp are launching a joint venture next year to make electric vehicle (EV) batteries, leveraging the heft of one of the world's largest automakers and battery makers to expand their EV push. Toyota will own 51 percent of the joint venture, and Panasonic the rest, the two companies said in a joint statement on Tuesday, confirming previous reports. The joint venture, which builds on an initial lithium-ion battery partnership struck between the two companies in late 2017, reflects the aim of the Japanese companies to become a bigger global player in the battery industry, which is vital for the development of affordable EVs.

  • Toyota, Panasonic announce battery venture to expand EV push
    Reutersyesterday

    Toyota, Panasonic announce battery venture to expand EV push

    Toyota Motor Corp and Panasonic Corp are launching a joint venture next year to make electric vehicle (EV) batteries, leveraging the heft of one of the world's largest automakers and battery makers to expand their EV push. Toyota will own 51 percent of the joint venture, and Panasonic the rest, the two companies said in a joint statement on Tuesday, confirming previous reports. The joint venture, which builds on an initial lithium-ion battery partnership struck between the two companies in late 2017, reflects the aim of the Japanese companies to become a bigger global player in the battery industry, which is vital for the development of affordable EVs.

  • Toyota Likely to Announce JV With Panasonic for Batteries
    Zacks2 days ago

    Toyota Likely to Announce JV With Panasonic for Batteries

    Joint venture with Panasonic is likely to boost Toyota's (TM) EV production and widen its existence in the EV market.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Toyota, Panasonic setting up EV battery JV amid rising China competition - source

    Toyota Motor Corp and Panasonic Corp are set to launch a joint venture next year to produce batteries for electric vehicles (EV) in an effort to compete with Chinese rivals, a source familiar with the matter said. The joint venture, to be owned 51 percent by Toyota and the rest by Panasonic, could also provide batteries to Toyota's EV technology partners Mazda Corp and Subaru Corp, the source said on Sunday. The source declined to be identified because the talks on the joint venture are private.