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With Dow futures pointed south, it looks to be another interesting day on Wall Street. Here's what you need to know.
U.S. stock futures are under pressure on Tuesday, following strong gains on Monday that saw the Dow Jones Industrial Average rise more than 400 points.
Ford's Lincoln Navigator is seeing strong demand and will hopefully help pad the bottom line now that the automaker is boosting its production.
We are all trying to figure out if stocks got this high strictly because of the S&P 500 and its correlation to the bond market.
According to some analysts, Micron stock could have more than 80% upside from current levels.
The Detroit-based automaker posted adjusted earnings of $1.65 per share on revenue of $37.7 billion for the fiscal fourth quarter.
Maybe inverse and/or leveraged positions are perverse in nature.
U.S. stock futures are swinging wildly in and out of positive territory on Tuesday, and European stocks suffer steep declines, as investors try to make sense of a market rout that has spread globally.
Jerome Powell's first week as Fed chairman follows the largest equity market decline in two years amid signs of domestic inflation pressures that could test the central bank's rate path.
The stock market is starting to look a little wobbly. Will it finally fall apart this month? Meanwhile on Jolt, earnings season rages on.
The Dow jumps 37 points on the first trading day of February.
Strong Start for Buick, Driven by Envision, LaCrosse
With tons of auto ads airing during this Super Bowl LII, Hyundai attempts to differentiate itself by dropping Hollywood in lieu of every parent who faithfully stand on the sidelines at pee wee soccer games. Watch the video here!
U.S. stock futures are mixed on Thursday, ahead of earnings from Apple, Alphabet and Amazon.com.
Long-term and income holders probably won't like what I'm proposing.
The struggling automaker has the perfect model to follow.
The automaker said commodity and exchange rate costs cut into its bottom line in 2017, and the company continues to expect lower earnings in 2018 as it works to transform itself into a mobility enterprise of the future.
Just about every car, truck or SUV depreciates as soon as it leaves the dealership, but demand for some models keeps prices high years after those vehicles sell.
We caught up with Dietmar Exler, the president and CEO of Mercedes-Benz USA. Here's what we learned.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings continues to captivate the minds of many on Wall Street. Check out Tesla CEO Elon Musk's new compensation package.
The company owns Bentley, Bugatti and other hot super-luxury auto brands.
Folks can crow all they want about autonomous vehicles, but there's still a market for those who want to drive a car.
The second-largest U.S. automaker lost the passenger car battle to Japanese automakers long ago. Maybe it's time to finally throw in the towel and shift gears.
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