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President-elect Trump goes on the attack in a new series of media interviews.
President-elect Donald Trump criticizes BMW's Mexican production plant, threatening a 35% tax on imports.
German automaker shares traded lower in Frankfurt after President elect Donald Trump raised the specter of a so-called 'border tax' on cars built in Mexico but imported into the US.
French prosecutors are looking into Renault for possible cheating during emissions tests just one day after Fiat Chrysler was accused of a similar cover-up.
Scott Pruitt, Donald Trump's nominee to run the EPA nominee, is on record saying the agency has an 'out-of-control anti-energy agenda.'
Shares in the French carmaker fell more than 3% after a dossier on emissions testing was passed to judges to consider the merits of legal action.
Accusations of outright rigging and a criminal complaint could be lurking around the corner for Fiat.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Serigo Marchionne hit back at reports his company tried to cheat emissions standards in the United States, calling the allegations 'unadulterated hogwash.'
European stocks fell on Thursday as investors shifted to defensive holdings and the Trump trade faded.
The company may be ill-prepared to pay a huge fine.
Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne's deal talk has fallen on deaf ears. A better option might be unlocking the value of assets like Jeep and Ram and then partnering with tech.
Litigation risk still looms large over VW, with a U.K class action suit and as the European Commission calls for punishment.
Wall Street secured gains again by late afternoon Wednesday in unpredictable trading following President-elect Donald Trump's first press conference since July.
Like President-elect Donald Trump's first press conference since securing victory, Wall Street's trading on Wednesday was unpredictable.
The Nasdaq falls from records in a volatile session following President-elect Donald Trump's first press conference since winning the election.
The Nasdaq takes a turn lower on Wednesday as President-elect Donald Trump targets the biotech and pharmaceutical industry in a press conference.
Investors should appreciate Volkswagen's expected settlement with the U.S. government over its emissions-cheating scandal.
European stocks rebound after a renewed slump in the pound and a Kremlin denial that Russian officials had built a dossier of compromising information on President-elect Donald Trump.
U.S. stock futures are slightly higher Wednesday while European and Asian shares rise ahead of a press conference by President-elect Donald Trump, his first since July.
European stocks fell across the board in early Wednesday trading as investors adopt a defensive tone ahead of the first major press conference for President-elect Donald Trump.
BMW's new sedan remains key to its lineup, though less so as consumer preference rises for SUVs and crossovers.
European stocks traded lower Tuesday, but a renewed fall in the British pound helped lift the U.K. benchmark to another all-time high.
Volkswagen unveils concept vehicles at the Detroit Auto Show and looks for 2017 to be a 'restart' year in the U.S. following its emissions scandal.
Fiat Chrysler is the latest automaker to do so.
U.S. stock futures are mixed Monday, with futures for the Dow slightly lower; Britain's pound hit its lowest level against the U.S. dollar in more than two months.
U.S. futures point to a lower open Monday amid a drift in European shares, but a weaker pound boosts FTSE to another all-time high.
The beleaguered automaker books positive data for a second consecutive week as sales in China surge.