|Day Low/High||127.75 / 128.99|
|52 Wk Low/High||111.12 / 133.16|
U.S. stock futures suggest Wall Street will open mixed on Tuesday, after the benchmark indexes rallied to fresh records during the previous trading session.
Shark Tank star Kevin O'Leary said Tesla is trading at a 'stupid multiple.'
Elon Musk's approach to cash: Burn, baby, burn.
The move is said to carry the potential of bringing over $20 billion in revenue to the U.S.
There were no big surprises from the Federal Reserve so markets held at the same levels as before the announcement.
Stocks retreat from all-time highs set earlier in the day Wednesday as the Fed opts to leave rates unchanged, but did signal that further rate increases were forthcoming.
Stocks rally to begin November as strong earnings continue to drive gains and investors take a small delay in the GOP's tax cut plan in stride.
Ford's F-Series trucks posted their best month of sales in 13 years, while Fiat Chrysler's Ram trucks had their best October on record. GM posted best-ever Octobers for several SUV and crossover models.
Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma created huge demand for huge vehicles. Here's why buyers are going green.
Tesla has first-mover advantage with electric cars yet again, this time apparently with a 100% -owned factory planned for Shanghai. Its competitors never learn.
Over the last seven weeks, auto stocks have outperformed the broader market with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) higher 19%, and suppliers climbing 16%, the firm noted.
DoJ will look into deepening Kobe Steel scandal that has potentially impacted everything from DVDs to 747s.
The electric models will use artificial intelligence to interact with drivers.
Kobe's scandal could affect an estimated 200 companies, Credit Suisse said.
Toyota's upside has more to do with its current-day sales than its 2020 goals. But investors should stay happy either way.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei index has hit its highest level since 1996 and should soon breach the 21,000 barrier, a vote of confidence that Abenomics is working.
As Kelley Blue Book reminds us, a global economy means any product can be made anywhere. The days of calling a car 'American,' 'German' or 'Japanese' based on the company name alone are over. So is it an illusion that you're driving an 'American' car?
Toyota is contemplating whether to cut its Japanese automobile model lineup by 50% by the mid-2020s in an effort to better position itself for a future.
Japanese products have long held a quality stamp that has been invaluable in attracting manufacturing away from cheaper alternatives but this is now under threat.
Kobe Steel says data falsification scandal linked to copper and aluminium shipments may go back at least ten years.
Just think of the positive impact that auto sales will have on September retail sales. Meanwhile, Ford's new CEO just dropped the hammer.
How can Detroit rapidly expand its electric vehicle offerings while simultaneously serving a U.S. market in which SUV and truck sales continue to trend up?
Some potential new rules governing foreign automakers could give Tesla a way to make much more money in China.
Labor Day sales incentives and car-destroying hurricanes could come together to boost sales this month.
Your car might still be years from driving itself, but there are profits to be made today.
Tesla isn't the only car-maker looking to make great looking cars. Here's a peak into some hot models fro 2018.
Your father has interests tied to shares and ticker symbols. Should you buy equities based on what he loves?
The revamped Honda Accord will be made in Marysville, Ohio.
There are sure to be quite a few cars that resemble the car of tomorrow sprinkled among the head-turning supercars at the 2017 Frankfurt Auto Show.
Sign up to get started or log in to see your watchlist.
Enter a symbol above to add it to your watchlist.
A confirmation email has been sent to the address provided during registration. Please click on the appropriate link to confirm your email address.