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All the money in the world cannot change the fact that rising stock prices and falling earnings make the market more expensive.
BMW shares tumbled Wednesday after the luxury carmaker warned of a "significant decline" in 2019 profits and unveiled a $13.6 billion cost-cutting program.
Global stocks were mixed Wednesday as investors awaited a key decision on interest rates and bond sales from the U.S. Federal Reserve and reacted to reports of potential tension in U.S.-China trade talks.
Waymo could take on outside investors, setting a valuation for its industry-leading autonomous driving technology.
Volkswagen making its MEB platform open to other automakers puts the German company in a unique position.
The way for investors to get ahead of this trend is connected car platforms and Microsoft is the leader here, bar none.
Daimler and BMW are putting more than $1 billion to work on pushing automotive technology forward.
What makes Nio interesting is its huge potential, likelihood of favorable attention from the Chinese government, and its influential investors.
Trade desk soared, Pattriot's owner Robert Kraft is in trouble, and Daimler is taking on Uber and Lyft.
Tariffs are wreaking havoc on both profits and sales for German automakers.
Investors had better be ready for new types of combinations between automotive and tech companies.
Daimler shares fell to the bottom of the German market Wednesday after the luxury carmaker posted a sharp decline in fourth quarter profits amid ongoing trade disputes in some of its biggest export markets.
Certain types of cars can cost a lot more or a lot less in different countries.
Those playing this market should remain grounded in the real, not digital world.
Here's a look at 25 must-see cars at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit
General Motors is making a large push into electric vehicles and is using its Cadillac brand to do it.
What the heck is Apple doing with autonomous driving? It may be more than driving.
Amid a decline in auto sales, China is putting focus on new energy vehicles and relaxing its joint venture partnership requirements as it prepares for the future automotive market.
Audi is pouring billions into electric vehicles, digital mobility and autonomous programs. Who isn't at this point?
Tesla is cutting prices on its Model S and Model X after China agreed to lower auto tariffs.
The biggest winners from lowered tariffs would be workers at U.S plants that export to China
A reduction in Chinese import tariffs for U.S.-made autos would be good news for Tesla, Daimler and BMW.
U.S. carmakers jump Tuesday, while European auto stocks surge, following a report from Bloomberg that suggested China is ready to substantially reduce tariffs on vehicles made in the United States and sold into the world's biggest car market.
Global stocks edged higher Tuesday, with investors reacting cautiously to progress in U.S.-China trade talks but still unnerved by the ongoing political chaos surrounding Britain's Brexit vote, as bond investor prep for a series of Treasury auctions in the United States.
Volkswagen is looking to make some significant moves, including more exposure to the U.S.
U.S. automakers surged Monday, while their European rivals booked the biggest single-session gains in more than a year, after President Donald Trump said China had agreed to lower tariffs on cars imported into the world's biggest market following an agreement with Xi Jinping to suspend their simmering trade war at this weekend's G20 summit in Argentina.
New trade talks between the U.S. and China make some automakers a big winner.
Tesla's Supercharger Network is one of its most distinguishing assets. How long will that be the case, though?
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