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European carmarker shares fell across the board Wednesday as investors continued to count the potential litigation costs linked to investigations that manufacturers sought to evade government emissions standards.
Japan's car industry, a pioneer in many ways, is continuing its leadership in the introduction of autonomous vehicles and parts.
With two new initiatives this week alone, Asian governments are leading the drive for autonomous cars.
European stocks posted modest gains in early Wednesday trading, powered by solid auto sector sales and a improving corporate sentiment.
European automakers lead gains for benchmarks around the region Wednesday after stronger-than-expected sales data and increasing positive signals from key markets in China.
European markets are mixed amid a pause in the global equity market rally after a slumping dollar helped Asia shares to their best weekly gain in more than six months.
European automakers fell across the board Friday after Germany's Economy Minister warned of a legal challenge to President Donald Trump's border tax plans ahead of a meeting with Angela Merkel.
Renault shares fell sharply after a report in France's Liberation said the carmaker is suspected of trying to disguise the true level of emissions from some of its diesel-powered vehicles.
Volkswagen shares were under pressure Wednesday after prosecutors searched the headquarters of Audi as part of an ongoing probe into the use of 'cheat devices' in diesel emissions engines.
European stocks held onto modest gains Wednesday as investors set positions ahead of a key rate decision from the U.S. Federal Reserve and results from national elections in the Netherlands.
Carlos Ghosn is stepping down from his role as CEO of Nissan as French rival Peugeot accelerates plans to buy the European operations of General Motors.
Renault shares traded firmly higher on Friday after the French carmaker posted better-than-expected full-year earnings and boosted its dividend by nearly a third.
Renault shares traded higher Friday after the French carmaker posted better-than-expected full-year earnings and boosted its dividend by nearly a third.
European stocks traded higher Friday after much better-than-expected trade data from China boosted economic sentiment and comments from President Donald Trump suggest imminent tax reform in the world's biggest economy.
The future of these carmakers is uncertain amid emissions fraud investigations.
Honda will work with Alphabet's Waymo in a pan-Pacific self-driving technology move.
Nissan wants to prepare the car parts supplier for rapidly evolving industry.
Forward-looking purchasing managers' indices and earnings from beleaguered lender Deutsche Bank feature among the other release highlights.
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 French car and truck maker sells more cars worldwide than ever before and sees a positive outlook for growth in Europe, China and India.
BHP Billiton falls after a Brazilian court rejects a settlement over the Samarco dam burst.
New car registration figures show Volkswagen continues to lose market share, but Renault is filling the void in Europe.
Fear of political crises in Europe might be the ideal time to buy some stocks.
There are three main benefits that autos could see from Mario Draghi's measures.
Investors remain transfixed this morning by events in China and Greece. European markets were cheered by Greece's concessions to its creditors on the value-added tax and pensions.
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