GM is losing $82 million a day as the result of the strike by more than 48,000 UAW workers at company plants across the U.S., J.P. Morgan analyst Ryan Brinkman writes.
Auto parts retailer AutoZone reports weaker-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter earnings but same-store sales that topped estimates.
Be cautious about 'getting in the zone.'
UAW Vice President Terry Dittes sent a letter to union members Saturday saying that the union will not extend the current 2015 collective bargaining agreement, but will work without a contract 'until a course of action is decided' by the UAW international executive board and the UAW-GM national council.
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