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News For VLKAY;GM;F;TM;NSANY;HMC;AN From The Last 14 Days
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October 27, 2014
13:36 EDTGMReport says 30 deaths connected to defected GM switch, Reuters says
A report from the office of attorney Kenneth Feinberg indicated that GM's compensation program relating to the company's defected ignition switch has approved another claim, which now means that 30 fatalities are connected to the issue at this time, according to Reuters, citing the report. Reference Link
11:11 EDTHMCHonda recalling CR-V, Brio, Amaze vehicles in India, Times of India reports
Honda is recalling 2,338 CR-V, Brio and Amaze vehicles in India, the Times of India reports. The vehicles, manufactured between September 2011 and July 2014, are being recalled to replace a faulty part related to airbags. Reference Link
07:44 EDTFFord price target lowered to $13.50 from $15.50 at Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse lowered Ford's price target to $13.50 based on reduced margin forecasts for out years. Shares are Neutral rated.
07:39 EDTFFord 2015 guidance appears conservative, says UBS
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07:19 EDTFProperty/Casualty Insurers Association of America to hold a meeting
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06:53 EDTVLKAYVolkswagen up against China protests after recall, Bloomberg says
After Volkswagen announced that it will recall over 581K New Sagitar and Beetle cars due to a rear torsion crank axle defect, the vehicle manufacture is up against country-wide protests in China, according to Bloomberg, citing comments from Volkswagen Chinaís executive president Soh Weiming. Reference Link
06:40 EDTNSANY, TM, HMCTakata mulls $19M-$28M charge to cover airbag recall expense, Reuters says
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06:17 EDTTM, VLKAY, GMToyota leads over Volkswagen and GM in global vehicle sales, AP reports
Toyota (TM) continues to lead rivals Volkswagen (VLKAY) and General Motors (GM) as the world's top selling automaker in the first nine months of the year, reports the Associated Press. Toyota reported record sales of 7.62M vehicles, up 3% from last year. Volkwager said earlier this month it sold 7.4M vehicles in the nine-month period while GM reported 7.37M cars and trucks worldwide in the same period. Reference Link
October 24, 2014
18:25 EDTTMToyota won't seek price concessions from parts suppliers Nikkei says
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18:17 EDTFFord could spend more than $5B to revive Lincoln brand, Reuters says
The Lincoln brand has been in a swoon for the past two decades, but new CEO Mark Fields intends to invest significant funds to revive it, as much as $5B or more, sources say, according to Reuters. Reference Link
16:20 EDTFOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
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13:58 EDTGM, FDealerTrack has positive read-through from GM, Ford reports, says JPMorgan
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12:30 EDTFFord rejects proposal to invest in Windsor engine plants, Reuters reports
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10:10 EDTFFord seeing 'competitive' market pricing, particularly from Japanese companies
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09:36 EDTFActive equity options trading on open
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09:32 EDTFFord says 'absolutely on plan' with launch of new F-150
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08:46 EDTFFord sees U.S. industry volume 16.8M in 2014, 16.8M-17.5M in 2015
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08:37 EDTFFord reports Q3 global market share 7.4%
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07:16 EDTFFord reports Q3 production about 1.5M units, 57,000 units lower than a year ago
In the third quarter, total company production was about 1.5 million units, 57,000 units lower than a year ago. This was 45,000 units lower than Fordís previous guidance. The company expects fourth quarter production to be about 1.5 million units, down 35,000 units from a year ago because of planned shutdowns, including three weeks of downtime at the Dearborn Truck Plant for the new F-150. Compared with the third quarter, fourth quarter production is up 47,000 units. The increase is largely driven by the launch of new and freshened products, including Transit and Mustang. For the full year, Ford continues to expect net interest expense to be about $700M.
07:05 EDTFFord Motor Credit reports Q3 pre-tax profit of $498M vs. $427M a year ago
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