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European carmakers surged Thursday trading following last night's trade agreement between the European Union and the United States that included a "major concession" on auto tariffs from President Donald Trump.
A classic Porsche 911 saw its value increase almost eight-fold over the last 13 years.
News of falsified emissions tests have hit Nissan's shares in trading on Monday.
Global stocks were mixed in early Thursday trading, with solid gains in Europe helping Wall Street futures firmly into the green, even as continued weakness in Asia suggests investors remain very concerned about an imminent trade war between the US and China.
Germany's Handelsblatt newspaper says US Ambassador Richard Grenell told car executives that President Trump has offered a "zero tariff" solution on auto imports that would end an impasse on trade between two of the world's three largest markets.
From nuclear to geothermal, there is upside potential for those willing to take a contrarian stance.
U.S. stock futures are lower with trade war concerns and support for tighter investment rules by U.S. lawmakers holding down markets; Facebook plans to reverse a ban on cryptocurrency ads; General Mills and Rite Aid report earnings.
New moves by U.S. lawmakers to limit foreign investment could signal a new shift in the simmering global trade war as stocks fall and U.S. bond yields signal slowing economic growth.
German car stocks turned red Tuesday after President Donald Trump said the U.S. was close to finishing a study on tariffs for the European auto sector.
President Donald Trump's plans to slap fresh tariffs on car imports would be " broadly credit negative for the global auto industry", a new Moody's report cautioned Monday.
Global stocks fell sharply Monday, taking Dow futures around 150 points into the red, as President Donald Trump continues to suggest the U.S. will escalate trade tensions with both China and Europe later this week.
German automakers extended their recent slump Friday after President Donald Trump threatened a new round of tariffs on European imports amid the escalating global trade war.
Fomerly known as the Mission E, Porsche's Taycan has some impressive specs and is scheduled to go into production in 2019.
Mercedes-Benz maker Daimler traded at the lowest level in nearly two years Thursday after the luxury carmaker said import tariffs and emissions issues would hit full year profits.
The U.S. ambassador to Germany will come back to Washington with an offer to limit tariffs between the two countries, a report says.
The automaker has sold less than 5,000 Model Xs so far this year in the world's most-populous country.
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The escalating U.S.-China trade war has clipped risk sentiment around the world, sending emerging market stocks into a tailspin and lifting the dollar to a six-month high against a basket of its global peers.
Stock futures sink as the trade war between the U.S. and China escalates; Google will invest $550 million in Chinese internet giant JD.com; Elon Musk says 'radical improvements' in manufacturing still needed for Tesla to hit its quarterly targets.
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VW shares fell to the bottom of the German market Monday after the company confirmed the arrest of Rupter Stadler, who heads its luxury Audi division, as part of the ongoing diesel emissions scandal.
Germany's Transport Minister will meet with Damiler CEO Dieter Zetsche following a Bild am Sonntag report that said as many as one million of its diesel-powered cars were fitted with "defeat devices" to beat emissions tests.
From auto makers to airplane manufacturers, there's plenty at stake at the G7 meeting.
Recent reports suggest President Trump doesn't like seeing so many European vehicles in the U.S., while actions out of the White House suggest there could be some validity.
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