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Volkswagen stock fell Friday after it said that worldwide sales were hit last month by a steep fall in China demand amid tax increases and a dispute with Audi dealers.
Weak earnings and ex-dividend dates drove a correction in stock markets across Europe.
Fiat Chrysler led European carmakers on volume in January, while Daimler also grew strongly and Volkswagen held its market share steady.
Continental indices led the charge following strong gains for auto stocks.
Former chairman Ferdinand Piech has refused to testify to lawmakers about VW's September 2015 emissions scandal.
Former chairman Ferdinand Piech has refused to testify to lawmakers about VW's Sept 2015 emissions scandal, but he may have dropped past executives in it with prosecutors
European benchmarks surged on Friday following another volley of corporate earnings numbers and solid trade data from China for January
The maker of the Leaf and Note models kept its full-year outlook unchanged, unlike rivals Toyota and Honda.
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The Japanese automaker expects to benefits from a weaker yen and has lifted its sales volume forecast.
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European investors looked past weaker manufacturing data and a rate hike from China Friday, preferring to focus on a key jobs report from the U.S. later in the session.
Honda lifted its full-year profit guidance Friday as cost cuts at Japan's third-biggest automaker, coupled with a weaker yen, continue to boost sales.
Starbucks, Apple, Google and Microsoft all condemned President Trump's actions.
U.S. stock futures fall and European stocks decline as investors react with increasing concern to the immigration ban introduced by Donald Trump.
Japan's exporters are facing pressure to decide on their stance against Trump's 'America First' policy.
European stocks were mixed on Friday as Tesco jumps and German automakers drop.
Volkswagen AG is leading German stocks lower Friday as automakers fall sharply in the wake of U.S. President Donald Trump's ongong trade rhetoric with Mexico.
European slipped in early trading Friday as investors tallied the first wave of this season's quarterly corporate earnings and kept a keen eye on the U.S. dollar.
The under-fire auto manufacturer sees revenue rise and debt fall during the quarter. But earnings fell more than expected.
Executives face prosecution over failure to disclose likely financial damage to investors sooner.
France's No. 2 carmaker joined larger French rival Renault under scrutiny, but shares in both rose on reports of a bumper 2016 for European new-car sales.
Amid investigations into alleged diesel emission cheating, global automakers and regulators are struggling to define and comprehend shifting rules and enforcement from region to region.
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.