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BMW's new battery-powered model will be restyled, though its range may not top 200 miles.
Another month of falling "core" consumer prices keeps a Bank of Japan rate cut on the agenda.
The new U.S. president should try to redress unequal automotive tariffs between the two countries.
The IEA sees gasoline demand halting over the next 25 years, but U.S. refiners could balance the global gasoline market.
Nissan wants to prepare the car parts supplier for rapidly evolving industry.
Miners and oil companies pull indices higher ahead of next week's OPEC meeting.
With Trump victory, the threat of U.S. protectionism looms over world exports.
The No. 1 global automaker previously favored fuel cells and hybrids as primary answers to zero emissions regulations.
Operating profit margin improves to 8.5% on constant currency basis.
Nissan's R&D spending is increasing, while Toyota's is easing.
Suzuki benefits from geographical footprint edge.
Mazda and Nintendo have cut outlook based on a strong yen, while Hitachi and Honda stay strong.
Analysts say though that the market and vehicle pricing remain strong.
Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney confirms he will stay in place until June 2019.
The head of the Renault Nissan alliance adds another notch to his belt. Can Fiat Chrysler CEO Marchionne find the same magic?
The highly regarded CEO of both Renault and Nissan will take up the new role in December.
Nissan also looks to finalise its purchase of a 34% stake in rival Mitsubishi motors.
The Japanese automaker is adding turbo to CR-V's new 1.5-liter engine, and an old-school volume control knob returns to the dashboard.
GM improves its small-car offering, though it still lags far behind names like Civic and Corolla.
GM, Ford and Fiat Chrysler sales all down for the month. Analysts divided whether total for 2016 will reflect seventh straight year of growth.
GM refurbishes its 2017 Chevrolet Trax subcompact, the company's entry into one of the hottest segments in the U.S. automotive market.
Otto co-founder promises expansion of fleet, technology testing, partnerships with independent truckers and freight hauling by next year.
The Bank of Japan has a major meeting this week as well as the Fed. To many, its governor is a laughing stock.
GM says the car will offer 238 miles of range between charges. It comes to market only two years after the prototype was revealed in Detroit.
For the first time, Japanese clothing makers sponsored all four players in the semifinals of the U.S. Open. Time for a tennis-focused fund with an Asian bent?
For the first time, the Toyota RAV4 crossover outsells top-selling Camry sedan.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us that the jobs reports released Friday is pretty much meaningless to him.
The biggest automakers posted declining auto sales in August.