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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.
Happy Monday! Here are the business stories that should already be on your radar.
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.
Apple should focus on the inside -- not the outside -- of the car when it comes to artificial intelligence.
A new report suggests progress remains slow for Apple's self-driving project, and that big-name automakers reluctant to partner with it. Would an acquisition make sense?
If Alphabet can do it, Apple could too. But the latter's efforts in autonomous driving have been minor, to say the least. Will its deal with Volkswagen change that?
Global automaker stocks slumped Thursday following the launch of a national security investigation into U.S. car and truck imports by President Donald Trump.
Apple's teaming up with Volkswagen to make autonomous driving capabilities a reality for the latter's T6 Transporter van.
President Donald Trump's decision to launch a national security probe into car and truck imports hit global market sentiment overnight as traders grew increasingly concerned of an escalating trade war.
U.S. stock futures turn lower; the Trump administration threatens to impose new tariffs on automobile imports; Deutsche Bank to cut 7,000 jobs.
Stocks traded mixed on the latest trade news from President Trump. Here is everything you need to Know Thursday morning.
China will halve the tariff it applies to imported automobiles and parts into the world's biggest car market in the first major trade victory for U.S. President Donald Trump.
Volkswagen vows a "more honest, more open, more truthful" carmaker as former CEO Martin Winterkorn is hit by wave of U.S. Department of Justice charges linked to the car-maker's 2015 'dieselgate' scandal.
U.S. equity futures suggest a modestly softer open on Wall Street Friday as investors eye news from a key trade summit in China and await the April jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The ex-CEO of Volkswagen is facing charges for the 2015 Clean Air scandal.
Global stocks were mixed Wednesday, with European stocks looking at modest gains after a muted session in Asia, as investors take a cautious stance amid a surging U.S. dollar and rising oil prices.
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