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Among the questions: What's the key level? Are foreigners dumping our bonds?
The way businesses will respond to intensifying political pressure from populist voices stands to shape the future.
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United Technologies, GM and other names have actually risen after The Donald called them out.
Jim Cramer: If you decide to make a strategy based on Trump's tweets, you'd better make it a buy strategy.
The tech giant has joined rivals such as Amazon and Alphabet on a new autonomous vehicle advisory committee sponsored by the Department of Transportation.
If Donald Trump wants to keep the market rally going past his inauguration, he's going to need to do a lot more than tweet.
Fiat Chrysler may need to break up into multiple companies.
College students of diverse backgrounds experience the Detroit auto show
The company may be ill-prepared to pay a huge fine.
Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne's deal talk has fallen on deaf ears. A better option might be unlocking the value of assets like Jeep and Ram and then partnering with tech.
The social media company is rolling out several new advertising efforts, including inserting ads into Instagram stories.
Let the good vibes flow in the C-suite.
Of course Donald Trump isn't divesting from his business operations.
He's never really been a stock market guy anyway.
Price over time will reflect the value of an undervalued asset and the returns are likely going to be above average.
Ford is giving shareholders a special payout and reaffirmed earnings guidance for the year.
BMW's new sedan remains key to its lineup, though less so as consumer preference rises for SUVs and crossovers.
The automaker expects to earn between $6 and $6.50 per share, compared to a $5.71 estimate, and added $5 billion to its buyback in anticipation of a strong year
A scattered day of trading leaves stocks mixed on Tuesday with the Nasdaq enjoying a record close for its third day in a row and the Dow lost ground again.
Stocks turn mixed on Tuesday, though the Nasdaq remains on track to set to record a close for its third day in a row.
- Announces 2017 EPS diluted-adjusted outlook of $6.00-$6.50
Breadth has improved quite a bit, but it is a challenge to find new inventory.
If sales hold up expect GM and Ford to benefit. Both are trading at valuations (3.3 times 2017 estimated Ebitda and 3.0 times, respectively) below their long-term average of 4.6.
Concerns about whether the auto industry has seen its best sales days may be overblown, according to one analyst.