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After 119 years, GE needs to make this very difficult decision.
Aston Martin could command a higher valuation than Ferrari when it goes public on or around Oct. 8.
Volvo's introduction of the Vera shows that the trucking industry is for real about electric vehicle and autonomous vehicle solutions.
Here are a few stocks that could take a residual hit in the third quarter.
Nio is making its public debut on the NYSE. So far, the reception hasn't been very welcoming.
Apple extended gains in pre-market trading, following their biggest advance in more than a month, as investors prepare for the expected launch of three new iPhones that could boost the average selling price of the group's most important product to just under $800.
The internal combustion engine is on its way out for luxury car brands, and it's a big opportunity for investors in chip stocks like Monolithic Power Systems.
The potential reward in GM as hurricane season arrives is now worth some risk.
Stocks ended mixed Monday, with the Dow Industrials down on the day while the Nasdaq and S&P 500 rose, snapping their 4-day losing streaks.
Ford says it will not build the Focus Active in the U.S. due to the negative financial impact of tariffs on vehicles imported from China.
Apple shares were active in pre-market trading Monday following a weekend Tweet from President Donald Trump which warned that consumers would be forced to pay higher prices for its iphones and computers once fresh tariffs on China-made imports were imposed by the White House.
Apple shares will be forced to deal with a new Trump attack ahead of a key annual product event. Alibaba shareholders face a tough decision.
U.S. stock futures rise as investors reset their focus on developments in the ongoing trade war between Washington and Beijing; Les Moonves resigns as CEO of CBS amid new allegations of sexual harassment; Alibaba's Jack Ma to step down as chairman; Apple and Ford react to Donald Trump's tariffs on China-made goods.
Global stocks kicked off the week in a cautious mood Monday, with markets in Europe and Asia mixed and the U.S. dollar posting solid gains, as investors re-set their focus on developments in the ongoing trade war between Washington and Beijing.
Tesla shares slipped lower in pre-market trading Friday following news that a key short-seller is suing the clean-energy carmaker for allegedly misleading investors over plans to take the company private and a radio interview that raised further questions over the judgement of founder and CEO Elon Musk.
The Dow was the lone index to find its way into the green before Thursday's closing bell.
Ford estimated the cost of the recall to be about $140 million.
The big dogs are coming for Tesla. Can it hold up against a competitive onslaught?
On Wednesday, Sept. 12, Sundeep (Sunny) Madra, Ford Smart Mobility LLC's vice president of Ford X, will participate in a fireside chat moderated by Adam Jonas at Morgan Stanley's Sixth Annual Laguna Conference in California.
Stocks trimmed their losses at the close of trading Tuesday as worries over trade talks with Canada and pending tariffs on more Chinese goods weighed on investors.
Recent patent disclosures and hiring activity suggest Apple's Project Titan is doing more than just working on self-driving systems.
In today's exclusive video, Jim discusses several key stocks, tech and our oils.
Ford reported U.S. total vehicle sales of 218,504, while Toyota sold 223,055 vehicles in August.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) today reported its August 2018 U.S.
Big Apple investor Warren Buffett pooh-poohs the combination, and with good reason.
Here are some real reasons to be bearish stocks just as they hover around record highs.
U.S. stock futures turn mostly lower on Tuesday amid investor worries about developments in the various trade disputes between Washington and its major economic partners; Nike unveils a new advertising campaign featuring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick; Ford reports car sales for August; Tesla misses Model 3 production goal, says a report.
The number of stocks making new highs continues to contract rather than expand.
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