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Tokyo trade plays to watch after the first U.S.-Japan summit of the Trump presidency.
Tokyo trade plays to watch after the first U.S.-Japan summit of the Trump presidency, which wrapped up with a round of golf.
Here comes Tesla's earnings report.
The maker of the Leaf and Note models kept its full-year outlook unchanged, unlike rivals Toyota and Honda.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit President Donald Trump later this week with the ink of details of his country's rising trade surplus with the United States barely dry.
These are the five things you must know before the opening bell.
U.S. stock futures are higher Tuesday ahead of earnings reports from the likes of General Motors and Walt Disney.
Analysts say Ford would be the relative winner among autos in a border tax scenario.
The Japanese automaker expects to benefits from a weaker yen and has lifted its sales volume forecast.
The autos with the best resale value include the 2017 Toyota Tacoma and Chevrolet Silverado, among others.
Honda boosts its full-year profit guidance, as President Donald Trump takes aim at Japanese automakers.
Honda lifted its full-year profit guidance Friday as cost cuts at Japan's third-biggest automaker, coupled with a weaker yen, continue to boost sales.
Technology, along with the new U.S. president, should bring both challenges and opportunity to traditional carmakers.
Vehicle sales fell in January for many carmakers.
What you need to know from sales releases from Ford, GM and Fiat Chrysler.
GM and Honda hold more than 2,200 fuel cell patents between them, an industry-leading number.
Advanced fuel cell technology will be applied to each company's future products
Buckle in for a busy week filled with bellwether earnings reports, monetary policy decisions, and closely scrutinized economic numbers.
Better focus on upcoming earnings.
Automakers will build more hydrogen fuel-cell powered cars, while governments will help with infrastructure amid concerns of global warming.
GM, BMW and Hyundai respond to Trump's warnings, though GM says its plan to invest $1 billion in U.S. plants and equipment was in the works for some time.
The tech giant has joined rivals such as Amazon and Alphabet on a new autonomous vehicle advisory committee sponsored by the Department of Transportation.
The Rogue Sport is Nissan's latest answer to the rising appetite of American consumers for any vehicle but a sedan. GM introduces a restyled version of its GMC Terrain.
Intel, Nvidia, and Amazon's partners are among the companies launching a slew of products covering cars, smartphones, PCs, smart home devices and VR headsets.
Steve Mollenkopf's keynote address talked about Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 835 processor and how it will help transform virtual reality and the Internet of Things.
Prominent CES attendees are keen to show they won't get left out as cars become considerably more intelligent, connected and self-aware. And you can bet Apple is paying attention, too.