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Tesla could find a home in the Eastern Time Zone if it takes over an idle production plant from General Motors.
Germany's benchmark stock index slumped into bear market territory Thursday, following along with steep declines for global stocks, amid concerns that the arrest of the CFO of Huawei Technologies, the world's biggest smartphone maker, could end the uneasy trade war truce between Washington and Beijing.
Volkswagen is looking to make some significant moves, including more exposure to the U.S.
U.S. automakers surged Monday, while their European rivals booked the biggest single-session gains in more than a year, after President Donald Trump said China had agreed to lower tariffs on cars imported into the world's biggest market following an agreement with Xi Jinping to suspend their simmering trade war at this weekend's G20 summit in Argentina.
New trade talks between the U.S. and China make some automakers a big winner.
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Global stocks traded mixed Thursday, with European and Asia markets riding the tailwind from last night's Federal Reserve-fulled rally on Wall Street while U.S. futures remained cautious as investors await developments from this week's make-or-break trade summit between President Donald Trump and Xi Jinping.
European automaker shares weakened Thursday after a key European lawmaker warned that the White House could apply fresh tariffs on exports to the United States before the end of the year.
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Nissan and Renault are plummeting to new lows after news that Carlos Ghosn was arrested. Ghosn serves as the chairman of Nissan as well as chairman and CEO of Renault.
Most automaker stocks perked up on reports that the White House is holding off on more tariffs.
Ford's future mobility plans are a head-scratcher and CEO Jim Hackett needs to improve his communication with investors.
Volkswagen plans to produce 200,000 electric vehicles with a starting price below $23,000. Can they do it?
Shares of Ford have been getting a boost following earnings and its push toward the future isn't hurting matters.
Global stocks attempted yet another rebound Tuesday, with reports of direction market intervention in China supporting prices in Asia and stronger-than-expected blue chip earnings putting European bourses on solid footing following a volatile session on Wall Street that saw a 900-point swing for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and a further worrying plunge in big-name tech companies.
Microsoft is a 20% upward move from reaching a $1 trillion market cap.
Audi's e-tron will face a four-week delay, but we likely won't hear the chorus of bears for the German automaker's new electric vehicle. That's reserved for Tesla.
IPO'ing high-end premium auto brands could help automakers like Volkswagen unlock a ton of value for shareholders.
The federal electric vehicle tax credit is beginning to phase out for Tesla.
U.S. stock futures fall while oil prices surge to a four-month high as investors react to sharply worded attacks on Donald Trump's trade and energy policies from China and OPEC; Barrick Gold buys Randgold Resources in an $18.3 billion deal; Comcast outbids Disney and Fox for Sky PLC.
As an idea Tesla is terrific, as a company, it's an absolute mess.
Aston Martin could command a higher valuation than Ferrari when it goes public on or around Oct. 8.
Facebook reportedly bristled over how much data to allow financial institutions access to.
Stocks bounced back from trade scare that started an afternoon sell off.
Volkswagen will end production of the Beetle next year, ending a near 80-year run for the iconic compact car that symbolized both a generation of American youths and the global ambitions of a resurgent post-War Germany.
The internal combustion engine is on its way out for luxury car brands, and it's a big opportunity for investors in chip stocks like Monolithic Power Systems.
The big dogs are coming for Tesla. Can it hold up against a competitive onslaught?
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