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Roku, Google, and Tesla are just some of the top stories from TheStreet on Dec. 12.
Tesla will reportedly ship 3,000 Model 3s per week to Europe starting in February 2019.
It is Chinese car manufacturers, not U.S. ones, that are suffering the most with Chinese sales.
Apple, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Alibaba and Tesla are all known to have custom chip projects. Look for additional firms to announce them in the coming years.
The biggest winners from lowered tariffs would be workers at U.S plants that export to China
Jim Cramer breaks down the market's reaction to the auto tariffs and expresses his love for Canada.
A reduction in Chinese import tariffs for U.S.-made autos would be good news for Tesla, Daimler and BMW.
Global stocks edged higher Tuesday, with investors reacting cautiously to progress in U.S.-China trade talks but still unnerved by the ongoing political chaos surrounding Britain's Brexit vote, as bond investor prep for a series of Treasury auctions in the United States.
The stock's recent ascent may be about to resume, according to the charts.
Stocks finished the day higher on Monday as gains by tech stocks offset concerns over the fate of U.S.-China trade talks, and after the U.K. delayed a parliamentary vote on Brexit.
Broadcom gave a significant boost to its dividend and beat earnings expectations. But those are only two reasons to consider buying AVGO.
Jim Cramer says that Tesla's a cult stock following Elon Musk's comments on 60 Minutes.
Tesla could find a home in the Eastern Time Zone if it takes over an idle production plant from General Motors.
Here's what you need to know about the day's news.
Tesla shares edged higher in pre-market trading Monday after Elon Musk hinted the company was close to producing a low-priced electric car, but raised further concerns over the group's governance as he insisted its new chairperson wouldn't be able to oversee his actions.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed as investors continue to express concerns over the fate of U.S.-China trade talks; Tesla's Elon Musk says, 'I do not respect the SEC'; Carlos Ghosn and Nissan are indicted in Japan for underreporting the former chairman's pay.
Tesla shares jump after analysts at Jefferies boost their rating on the stock and boost their price target as the clean energy carmaker continues to put the turmoil surrounding Elon Musk's "take private" tweet behind it.
U.S. stock futures are lower as investors creep back into risk markets but maintain a cautious stance ahead of the U.S. jobs report; economists expect the U.S. to have added 195,000 jobs in November; Broadcom surges as its revenue outlook for fiscal 2019 tops estimates; Fiat Chrysler reportedly plans to open a new assembly plant in Detroit.
Tesla will very well likely end up being a top-10 selling sedan this year.
Tesla will reportedly begin production in China in the second half of 2019.
U.S. stock futures are falling significantly following the arrest of a high-level Chinese business executive in Canada that threatens to unravel the U.S.-China trade truce; Tesla seeks bidders to build gigafactory in China; Facebook says it has never sold users' data; Lam Research CEO resigns amid 'misconduct' allegations.
The company says it will cut production of its traditional combustion engine autos by 2026.
Volkswagen is looking to make some significant moves, including more exposure to the U.S.
General Motors and Ford are declining even after the latest trade truce news. When will support come into play?
Ford's to-be-announced plant closures and layoffs could be more than double that of GM's, say Morgan Stanley analysts.
Shares of Tesla have been on fire, easily outperforming the markets over the last two months. Can it continue to rally?
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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