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April 24, 2014
07:38 EDTGMGeneral Motors reports Q1 adjusted EBIT $0.5B
Earnings before interest and tax, or EBIT, adjusted was $0.5B and included the impact of a $1.3B pre-tax charge for recall-related costs and $0.3B in restructuring costs. GM North America reported EBIT-adjusted of $0.6B which included the impact of a $1.3B. GM Europe reported EBIT-adjusted of ($0.3B), which includes $0.2B for restructuring costs. GM International Operations reported EBIT-adjusted of $0.3B, compared with EBIT-adjusted of $0.5B in the first quarter of 2013. GM South America reported EBIT-adjusted of ($0.2B), compared with EBIT-adjusted of $0.0 billion in the first quarter of 2013.
07:36 EDTGMGeneral Motors reports Q1 EPS 6c, consensus 4c
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06:44 EDTGMGM car owners not in accidents say they deserve compensation, Bloomberg says
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06:37 EDTVLKAYVW's Scania offer backed by truck-maker's fourth largest owner, Bloomberg says
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06:20 EDTF, HMC, TMAutomakers see delays of new cars delayed from U.S. factories, WSJ reports
Deliveries of new cars and trucks are being delayed from U.S. factories as automakers and railroads face effects from winter weather and the rise of production outside the Midwest, the Wall Street Journal reports. Dealers have been left short of some popular models like the Ford Explorer (F) and Toyota Rav4 (TM) because of the logjams, the publication adds. CSX Corp (CSX) CEO Michael Ward expects the situation will ease through Q2. Reference Link
April 23, 2014
13:44 EDTGMEarnings Preview: General Motors to take $1.3B charge in Q1 due to recalls
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12:25 EDTTMToyota reports yearly global sales up 4.5% to 10.13M vehicles
Toyota reported that for its fiscal year ended March 31, worldwide sales increased 4.5% to 10.13M vehicles. The company also reported yearly sales in Japan increased 3.9% to 2.4M vehicles. Reference Link
08:02 EDTGMGeneral Motors bankruptcy exit called fraudulent in new suit, FT says
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07:45 EDTTMToyota desires more hybrid system parts created in China, Reuters says
Toyota desires locally-made parts to comprise at least half the components in the gasoline-electric hybrid propulsion systems for the Corolla and Levin vehicles it aims to begin producing in China next year, according to Reuters, citing comments from the vice president for Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing in China. Reference Link
06:50 EDTVLKAYVW up against rising Scania offer opposition from Alecta, Bloomberg says
Volkswagen is up against increasing opposition to its $9.3B offer for the rest of heavy-truck manufacturer Scania after the company's third-largest shareholder, Sweden's Alecta, rejected the bid, according to Bloomberg, citing comments on the Swedish shareholder's website. Reference Link
06:38 EDTFFord CEO said to position board post after retiring, Bloomberg says
Ford CEO Alan Mulally is setting up a corporate post, most likely as a board director or chairman of the carmaker, according to Bloomberg, citing people with knowledge of his plans. The sources said Mulally has almost claimed a certain position, which is why Ford is aiming to announce his retirement and Mark Fields’ promotion to CEO. Reference Link
06:06 EDTGMNHTSA probing new Chevrolet Impala cars, Detroit News reports
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April 22, 2014
14:28 EDTGMSunEdison, Conn's rally after Greenlight discloses new stakes
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14:03 EDTGMGreenlight closed short on Chipotle, long on GM, Dow reports
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12:48 EDTGMGeneral Motors April weekly volatility elevated at 42 into Q1 and outlook
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11:24 EDTGMGM restructures Global Vehicle Engineering organization
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07:55 EDTGMGM looks for court protection against defect suits, Reuters says
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06:53 EDTVLKAYUAW abandons challenge to vote lost at VW Tennessee factory, Bloomberg says
The United Auto Workers abandoned its challenge to a February vote in which Volkswagen employees in Tennessee declined representation, which crushed one of labor’s best attempts at organizing a foreign-owned vehicle manufacturing plant in the U.S, according to Bloomberg, citing comments UAW president Bob King. King said, “The UAW is ready to put February’s tainted election in the rearview mirror and instead focus on advocating for new jobs and economic investment in Chattanooga." Reference Link
06:20 EDTTMToyota's striking workers in India expected to resume work, WSJ reports
Workers at Toyota's factories in India are expected to restart work today, ending a strike over higher wages, the Wall Street Journal reports. Reference Link
April 21, 2014
16:40 EDTFOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
Stocks on Wall Street were higher for the fifth straight session. Volume remained light on this Monday following Easter, as a number of international markets remained closed. The averages spent time on both sides of the flat-line early in the trading day before settling into a narrow range in positive territory for most of the second half of the session. ECONOMIC EVENTS: In the U.S., the Chicago Fed national activity index fell to 0.20 in March, matching the consensus forecast. The Conference Board's index of leading indicators rose 0.8% in March, beating the consensus forecast for an increase of 0.7%. COMPANY NEWS: Ford (F) is preparing to announce that its Chief Operating Officer, Mike Fields, will take the CEO role at the company following the retirement of current CEO Alan Mulally later this year, according to a report from Bloomberg. Shares of Ford were little changed for the session following the report, losing 2c, or 0.13%, to close at $15.98... U.S.-listed shares of British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca (AZN) gained $5.61, or 8.84%, to $69.10 after the U.K.'s Sunday Times said Pfizer (PFE) has takeover interest in the company. Analysts had mixed opinions on the report, with Citigroup saying a bid looks "highly probable," while analysts at Bernstein think such a deal would conflict with Pfizer's strategy of getting smaller. Shares of Pfizer rose 61c, or 2.02%, to $30.86 following the report... MAJOR MOVERS: Among the notable gainers was Sarepta Therapeutics (SRPT), up $9.58, or 39.26%, to $33.98 after announcing plans to submit a New Drug Application to the FDA by the end of this year for the approval of eteplirsen for the treatment of Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Also higher was Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), which rose 43c, or 11.65%, to $4.12 after the semiconductor manufacturer reported earnings and revenue that topped expectations after the close on Thursday. Among the noteworthy losers was MoneyGram (MGI), down $2.01, or 13.57%, to $12.80 in its second straight losing session after Wal-Mart (WMT) announced that it was launching its own money transfer service. MoneyGram's slide today comes after the stock dropped by more than 18% on Thursday following Wal-Mart's announcement. Also lower was lululemon (LULU), down $2.64, or 5.11%, to $49.07 after analysts at Sterne Agee said the company's investor day presentation, held on Thursday, did not include a substantive plan to grow same-store sales. INDEXES: The Dow was up 40.71, or 0.25%, to 16,449.25, the Nasdaq was up 26.03, or 0.64%, to 4,121.55, and the S&P 500 was up 7.04, or 0.38%, to 1,871.89.
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