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The future of these carmakers is uncertain amid emissions fraud investigations.
France's No. 2 carmaker joined larger French rival Renault under scrutiny, but shares in both rose on reports of a bumper 2016 for European new-car sales.
The world's largest retailer gets in line.
Amid investigations into alleged diesel emission cheating, global automakers and regulators are struggling to define and comprehend shifting rules and enforcement from region to region.
Tradebird members also remain optimistic on Tesla.
President-elect Donald Trump criticizes BMW's Mexican production plant, threatening a 35% tax on imports.
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French prosecutors are looking into Renault for possible cheating during emissions tests just one day after Fiat Chrysler was accused of a similar cover-up.
The banking sector was the biggest source of gains while a recovery in the automotive sector helped to boost markets.
Jim Cramer looks at how emissions scandals are impacting automakers' sales.
Scott Pruitt, Donald Trump's nominee to run the EPA nominee, is on record saying the agency has an 'out-of-control anti-energy agenda.'
U.S. stock futures point higher Friday as earnings season gets started with a bang with reports from some of the largest U.S. banks.
Shares in the French carmaker fell more than 3% after a dossier on emissions testing was passed to judges to consider the merits of legal action.
Accusations of outright rigging and a criminal complaint could be lurking around the corner for Fiat.
Fiat Chrysler shares are bouncing back even though the company may face fines.
European stocks traded higher at the open Friday, ahead of key bank earnings data from the United States, as global markets attempt to recover from Thursday's Trump-induced stumble.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Serigo Marchionne hit back at reports his company tried to cheat emissions standards in the United States, calling the allegations 'unadulterated hogwash.'
Futures for U.S. markets are higher ahead of earnings season while Asia continues to feel the hangover from the Trump press conference.
Wall Street comes off session lows by mid-afternoon Thursday as pressure on tech, health care and financial stocks eases.
Hagens Berman: Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued official accusations against Fiat Chrysler stating the automaker used a "secret software" that allowed illegally high emissions in its EcoDiesel models,...
Fiat Chrysler may need to break up into multiple companies.
European stocks fell on Thursday as investors shifted to defensive holdings and the Trump trade faded.