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German automaker shares traded lower in Frankfurt after President elect Donald Trump raised the specter of a so-called 'border tax' on cars built in Mexico but imported into the US.
European stocks fell on Thursday as investors shifted to defensive holdings and the Trump trade faded.
BMW's new sedan remains key to its lineup, though less so as consumer preference rises for SUVs and crossovers.
Significant manufacturing operations in Mexico and major revenue exposure to the U.S. conspire to threaten German auto stocks.
The partners announced at CES that they'll begin testing the self-driving 7 series model beginning in the second half of 2017, less than a year after forming their partnership.
This year's CES highlights the possibilities when a vehicle is more than mere transportation.
Vehicle-sharing ventures are multiplying rapidly.
German auto firms post solid volume gains, but Renault leads the pack.
German DAX leads the way back up after Italy induced selloff in the morning hours as autos and banks rally.
Helped by Black Friday related discounts, automakers enjoyed a strong November.
Based in Menlo Park, Calif., the electric vehicle startup aims to build battery-powered cars by 2018.
The automakers see 400 stations initially and 'thousands' on the continent by 2020.
BMW's new battery-powered model will be restyled, though its range may not top 200 miles.
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Miners rally in London, cushioning the FTSE 100 index, but broad weakness weighs.
U.K. stocks are buoyed by retail sales at a 14-year high, prompting a resurgence of consumer and real estate stocks.
The Jaguar I-Pace will compete with a raft of new electric vehicles from automakers worldwide.
With Trump victory, the threat of U.S. protectionism looms over world exports.
The automaker's 10% increase in third-quarter earnings beat analyst expectations, but a sharp downturn in truck sales left full-year guidance in neutral.
Risk stocks lead European markets higher after Chinese GDP comes in as expected and commodities rise
Volkswagen sales return to growth, but group market share loss might mean opportunity for everybody else.
'If you know you can save at least one person, at least save that one,' Mercedes Benz's manager of driver-assistance systems and active safety Christoph von Hugo said.
One of the biggest question marks for all new EV models is the reception by consumers.
VW receives a boost, but Honda tops tables while FCA, Daimler and Renault lead among European firms
BMW's strategy could be revealed by month's end, according to the German press.
The German automaker reaches a deal with two key parts suppliers in a desperate move to restart production of the flagship Golf hatchback.
Unilever issues five-year and 10-year notes, borrowing at 1.37% and 2%, respectively.
The car maker looks to strengthen the European operation of its taxi-hailing service.