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December 7, 2012
09:56 EDTTMToyota may cut FY13 domestic sales target to 1.36M units, Nikkei reports
Toyota (TM) may cut its annual domestic sales target for next year at 1.36M units, down about 19% from this year's level, the Nikkei reports, citing Kyodo News. Toyota plans to sell 1.67M units this year. Reference Link
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April 11, 2014
07:31 EDTTMChina auto sales growth slowed in March, WSJ reports
The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers said 1.71M passenger vehicles were sold there in March, which was up 7.9% from a year earlier but a slower growth rate than the 11% year-over-year increase seen in the January-to-February period, reported The Wall Street Journal. The association cited weak sales of minivans, which fell 23% in the month, as a large factor, the report noted. Publicly traded automakers include Ford (F), General Motors (GM), Fiat (FIATY), Honda (HMC), Toyota (TM), Nissan (NSANY) and Volkswagen (VLKAY). Reference Link
05:43 EDTTMToyota upgraded to Buy from Hold at Jefferies
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April 10, 2014
17:50 EDTTMToyota group members to expand repair shops in Southeast Asia, Nikkei says
Parts makers Denso and Aisin Seiki, and trading house Toyota Tsusho, intend to open repair shops in Thailand and Indonesia during 2014, Nikkei reports. Reference Link
13:44 EDTTMToyota unveils new, more efficient gasoline engines, AP reports
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06:32 EDTTMAutomakers have recalled nearly 15M vehicles since start of year, WSJ reports
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03:19 EDTTMToyota targets annual Chinese car sales of 2M units by 2025, Nikkei reports
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April 9, 2014
17:48 EDTTMToyota targets annual Chinese car sales of 2M units by 2025, Nikkei reports
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16:23 EDTTMOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street were higher after the minutes of the latest FOMC meeting struck a particularly dovish note. The averages, which were higher for the second straight session ahead of the minutes release, climbed to their highs over the final two hours of trade. Each index posted gains of over 1%, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq again the biggest winner. ECONOMIC EVENTS: The minutes for the March 18-19 FOMC showed that some committee members were concerned that its future interest rate projections could be misconstrued by the market as advocating tighter monetary policies. The minutes also showed that committee members expect to continue tapering the Fed's asset purchases if the economy performs as expected going forward. Wholesale inventories rose 0.5% in February, matching economists' forecast. COMPANY NEWS: Several auto majors were in the news, notably General Motors (GM), which fell 91c, or 2.64%, to $33.62 as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration yesterday announced that it fined the automaker for failing to respond to the administration's inquiry into its recall related to faulty ignition switches in a timely manner. Analysts at Morgan Stanley also downgraded the stock to Underweight from Equal Weight. U.S.-listed shares of Toyota Motor (TM) fell $1.37, or 1.26%, to $107.73 after the company announced the recall of over 6M vehicles worldwide. A report from Automotive News said that Volkswagen (VLKAY) issued a stop-sale order on some of it newer-model cars, but U.S.-listed shares of the German automaker, which were upgraded earlier in the session by Bernstein to Outperform, were unfazed and gained $2.91, or 5.72%, to $53.78... Two notable initial public offerings took place today, with hotel chain operator La Quinta (LQ) gaining 12c, or 0.71%, to $17.12 and Chinese medical exam and screening center operator iKang Healthcare (KANG) gaining $1.20, or 8.57%, to $15.20, in their first day of trade. MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was marketing software and solutions provider Constant Contact (CTCT), up $6.30, or 28.74%, to $28.22 after the company's preliminary first quarter revenue exceeded analysts' projection. Also higher was social media giant Facebook (FB), up $4.22, or 7.25%, to $62.41 after analysts at Susquehanna and SunTrust published positive commentary on the company. Among the noteworthy losers was Intuitive Surgical (ISRG), down $33.20, or 6.78%, to $456.64 after last night saying it expects first quarter revenue to come in well below expectations, though the stock was defended by no fewer than three analyst firms following the announcement. Also lower were a number of coal producers, including Alpha Natural Resources (ANR) and Walter Energy (WLT), which each lost more than 6%, and Arch Coal (ACI), which fell over 3%, after all three stocks were downgraded to Sell at UBS. INDEXES: The Dow was up 181.04, or 1.11%, to 16,437.18, the Nasdaq was up 70.91, or 1.72%, to 4,183.90, and the S&P 500 was up 20.22, or 1.09%, to 1,872.18.
12:18 EDTTMOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
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10:06 EDTTMOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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09:11 EDTTMOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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08:57 EDTTMToyota downgraded to Neutral from Buy at BofA/Merrill
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06:40 EDTTMCar sales rose 9% last month in China, China Daily says
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06:31 EDTTMToyota volatility expected to move on recall of over 6M vehicles worldwide
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05:57 EDTTMToyota announces recall of over 6M vehicles worldwide
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April 8, 2014
07:17 EDTTMChina car sales up 9% as curbs spark early purchases, Bloomberg says
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07:14 EDTTMGM SUVs earn top scores among rivals in crash test, Bloomberg says
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety said GM's (GM) Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain earned the highest scores among mid-size sport-utility cars in a test made to simulate one of the deadliest kinds of front-end crashes, according to Bloomberg, citing a statement from IIHS's Chief Research Officer David Zuby. Toyota's (TM) Highlander earned an "acceptable" rating, while the other six cars that were tested were given a "marginal" or "poor" rating. Reference Link
April 4, 2014
08:02 EDTTMToyota's Lentz looks for fuel cell sedan supply boost to U.S., Bloomberg says
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07:55 EDTTMFord outpacing rivals in China on strength of SUVs, WSJ says
Thanks in large part to a rising demand in China for sport-utility vehicles, Ford's (F) China deliveries jumped past Toyota (TM) in 2013 and the U.S. automaker also gained on General Motors (GM) and Volkswagen (VLKAY), who it has similarly trailed in China for years, reported The Wall Street Journal. Reference Link
07:49 EDTTMUnion vote at Toyota plants in Canada put on hold, WSJ reports
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