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The beleaguered automaker books positive data for a second consecutive week as sales in China surge.
Volvo had been the top seller in Sweden for the last five decades.
Alphabet wants to prove that it's getting serious about commercializing its self-driving car technology.
The automaker's 10% increase in third-quarter earnings beat analyst expectations, but a sharp downturn in truck sales left full-year guidance in neutral.
A record cartel fine by the EC against truck makers clears the way for wronged parties to seek damages in civil lawsuits against the manufacturers.
The Swedish company is saddled with a huge fine from the European Union over cartel activity.
Debt and other issues, coupled with slowing industry sales, could limit near-term interest in the truck maker.
We expect to see more Mobileye technologies in new concept cars and infotainment designs.
American fund managers like investing in Nordic countries. That is about to change. There are worrying signs of a looming financial crisis in Sweden, which could affect the entire region.
European markets were mixed Friday as investors waited for the outcome of the German parliamentary vote on the latest Greek bailout.
U.S. stock futures are flat to slightly higher on a quiet start after the Mother's Day holiday.
U.S. stock futures are dropping on a busy earnings day with multiple housing and real estate reports.
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Two companies from China are controlled by billionaire Li Shu Fu, and may grow closer if Volvo continues to flourish.
Weekend downgrades kick tires in the autos-tires-trucks sector.
If China really wants to clear the air, some foreign firms might clean up in the process.
Westport Innovations nabs a major investor in the first quarter: George Soros.
With strong growth and a strong currency, it might pay to take a shot at a Swedish ETF.