TM - Toyota Motor Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
121.85
-1.60 (-1.30%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close123.45
Open122.56
Bid0.00 x 1200
Ask0.00 x 2200
Day's Range121.42 - 122.56
52 Week Range111.29 - 140.99
Volume191,464
Avg. Volume159,454
Market Cap177.818B
Beta0.93
PE Ratio (TTM)8.08
EPS (TTM)15.08
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield4.38 (3.38%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-03-28
1y Target Est143.60
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  • Technology is about to fog your car's windows — with ads
    Autoblog19 hours 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.

  • Exclusive: In Chinese port city, Japan's Toyota lays foundation to ramp up sales
    Reuters5 hours 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
    Reuters8 hours 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.

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

    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 Realist2 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
    Bloomberg2 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.

  • Reuters3 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 Journals6 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.

  • Reuters6 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.

  • InvestorPlace6 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
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    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.

  • Moody's7 days ago

    Toyota Motor Corporation -- Moody's: Margins for Japan's automakers will fall substantially if US tariffs are implemented

    Moody's Japan K.K. says that if the US proceeds with planned tariffs on car and auto-part imports the costs of doing business for Japanese automakers in the US will increase, and as a result, their consolidated operating margins could fall by a sizable amount. "Japanese automakers import a significant proportion of vehicles sold in the US, mainly from Japan, Mexico and Canada," says Motoki Yanase, a Moody's Vice President and Senior Credit Officer. "Moody's estimates that Toyota Motor Corporation (Aa3 stable) imported around 54% of the vehicles that it sold in the US in 2017, while Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (A2 stable) imported around 50% and Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (A2 stable) imported around 35%," says Yanase.

  • Investopedia8 days ago

    What Are the Top U.S. Imports?

    At the end of quarter 2018, the United States' trade deficit increased to its highest level since 2008. This was due to a steady rise in imports that was in turn fueled by strong domestic demand.

  • Top ways to save money on your next rental car
    Yahoo Finance Video8 days ago

    Top ways to save money on your next rental car

    Hitting the road one last time this summer? Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith and Jeanie Ahn discuss the best ways to save.