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168.875
-0.750 (-0.442%)
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Day's range166.000 - 169.225
52-week range166.000 - 169.225
Volume15,959
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  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Britain to hike levy on most polluting diesel cars

    Britain will increase the tax paid by those driving new diesel cars that do not meet the latest emissions standards from next year, in the latest blow to the hard-pressed sector. Sales of diesel cars have fallen 15 percent so far this year in Europe's second-biggest autos market, whilst demand for petrol has increased 3 percent, as buyers shun diesel models fearful of more levies and regulatory crackdowns. Since the 2015 Volkswagen (IOB: 0P6N.IL - news) emissions cheating scandal, a number of major cities including Madrid, Paris and Athens have announced plans particularly focused on cutting diesel emissions including bans, fines and restrictions.

  • Global stocks shrug off German uncertainty, Wall Street at records
    AFP2 days ago

    Global stocks shrug off German uncertainty, Wall Street at records

    European stocks pushed higher despite continued political uncertainty in Germany

  • Global stocks push higher; EasyJet shares take off
    AFP2 days ago

    Global stocks push higher; EasyJet shares take off

    European stocks pushed higher despite continued political uncertainty in Germany

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rally on growth, earnings outlook; bonds slip

    Major world stock markets rose and government bond yields fell on Tuesday as a combination of strong corporate profits, steady global growth and low inflation provide scant alternatives for investors other than equities. Stocks markets from Asia to Europe to the Americas rose, with technology stocks boosting the Nasdaq Composite index to a record intra-day high.

  • 'Robo-taxis' hold promise, and perils, for automakers
    AFP4 days ago

    'Robo-taxis' hold promise, and perils, for automakers

    An self-driving vehicle being tested in a pedestrian zone of London

  • Driverless, electric future just round the corner for urban cars
    AFP5 days ago

    Driverless, electric future just round the corner for urban cars

    While some countries like Norway have a high take-up of electric vehicles, in many world cities the charging infrastructure is patchy

  • VW says will invest over 34 bn euros in cars of the future by 2022
    AFP6 days ago

    VW says will invest over 34 bn euros in cars of the future by 2022

    Volkswagen, whose main administrative building is seen in Wolfsburg, Germany, is pivoting to zero-emissions cars in a bid to catch up to Tesla and shake off a recent emissions cheating scandal

  • Tesla's all-electric semi truck aims to disrupt transport
    AFP6 days ago

    Tesla's all-electric semi truck aims to disrupt transport

    Tesla Chairman and CEO Elon Musk unveils the new electric "Semi" Truck on November 16, 2017 in Hawthorne, California

  • VW to spend 34 bn euros in drive to become e-car leader
    AFP6 days ago

    VW to spend 34 bn euros in drive to become e-car leader

    Volkswagen plans to spend 34 billion euros to jump start its drive to become a leader in electric vehicles.

  • EU car sales rev up despite Brexit and 'dieselgate'
    AFP8 days ago

    EU car sales rev up despite Brexit and 'dieselgate'

    Toyota has had a bright year in Europe, the latest data show, with sales growth three times the expansion of the overall market.

  • Volkswagen China to invest billions in new energy cars
    AFP8 days ago

    Volkswagen China to invest billions in new energy cars

    China has put in place a series of carrots and sticks to compel carmakers to produce more fuel efficient and eventually petrol-free cars

  • Volkswagen announces $650 million investment in Argentina plant
    AFP13 days ago

    Volkswagen announces $650 million investment in Argentina plant

    Business-friendly President Mauricio Macri, who ushered Argentina out of recession in 2016, has encouraged foreign investment especially after his center-right coalition's wins in last month's midterm ...

  • Auto workers at Chinese-owned US plant reject bid to unionize
    AFP13 days ago

    Auto workers at Chinese-owned US plant reject bid to unionize

    Workers at the Fuyao auto glass plant in Ohio voted against unionizing by a two-to-one margin, in another setback for the United Auto Workers Union, which failed in its efforts at Nissan and VW plants ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

    Dealership Lookers says carmakers cut UK sales targets

    Major carmakers are reducing their sales targets in Britain by around 10 percent amid weakening demand, dealership chain Lookers (Frankfurt: LO6A.F - news) said on Thursday. New (KOSDAQ: 160550.KQ - news) car registrations in Europe's second-biggest auto market have fallen for seven months in a row, according to industry data, hit by weaker consumer confidence and uncertainty over possible future levies on diesel cars. Lookers said it now expected sales would fall by around 5 percent this year, the first annual decline since 2011.

  • Opel charts path back to the black under new owner PSA
    AFP15 days ago

    Opel charts path back to the black under new owner PSA

    Opel is looking to recover its shine after fender-bending years of loss.

  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

    VW has still not fixed one in three dieselgate cars in Britain

    Volkswagen (IOB: 0P6N.IL - news) has yet to fix around 390,000 of the 1.2 million cars affected by the diesel emissions scandal in Britain, over two years since the revelations first came to light, according to a parliamentary committee. The German carmaker admitted in September 2015 to using software to cheat diesel emission tests in the United States and has since paid out compensation to U.S. motorists but has refused to do so in Europe. The British parliament's Environmental Audit Committee said that Volkswagen had slowed the pace of its work in recent months and called on the transport ministry to take action.

  • EU to cut car emissions to meet climate targets, rival China
    AFP15 days ago

    EU to cut car emissions to meet climate targets, rival China

    The EU wants much stricter emissions standards

  • VW dieselgate fix has 'stalled' in UK - MP
    Sky News16 days ago

    VW dieselgate fix has 'stalled' in UK - MP

    Volswagen has fixed only about two-thirds of the 1.2 million vehicles in the UK affected by the dieselgate scandal, according to the chair of a Commons committee. Mary Creagh MP, who heads the Environmental Audit Committee, said Department for Transport (DfT) figures covering up to September 2017 showed the company's repairs had "stalled". It had previously pledged to fix, by the autumn, each car within the group fitted with software designed to cheat emissions testing by producing lower readings in lab conditions.

  • Advertising industry makes major intervention in Brexit debate
    Sky Newslast month

    Advertising industry makes major intervention in Brexit debate

    Britain's advertising industry is to launch a campaign backing free movement of labour - its first major intervention in the Brexit debate. The Advertising Association will release a report that highlights the importance of the industry to the UK economy, claiming that it is responsible for £120bn of turnover each year and supports around one million jobs. According to data from LinkedIn (Swiss: LNKD.SW - news) , more than half of all new workers joining London's advertising and marketing businesses come from overseas, leading the association's report to claim that "employers need this international talent to maintain performance and grow their business".

  • Mercedes recalls 400,000 UK cars over fears airbags could deploy
    Sky Newslast month

    Mercedes recalls 400,000 UK cars over fears airbags could deploy

    Mercedes (Xetra: 710000 - news) -Benz has announced a recall of 400,000 cars in the UK over fears airbags could deploy in error. The company's statement said it would be contacting the owners of the models affected shortly, but urged drivers not to use their vehicles as a precaution if the airbag warning light was lit in red on the dashboard. Mercedes said: "If the steering column module clock spring is broken, the driver airbag warning light will be displayed in the instrument cluster, as well as a red airbag warning lamp.

  • Ad industry launches its own Brexit campaign
    Sky Newslast month

    Ad industry launches its own Brexit campaign

    Britain's advertising industry is to launch a campaign backing free movement of labour - its first major intervention in the Brexit debate. The Advertising Association will release a report that highlights the importance of the industry to the UK economy, claiming that it is responsible for £120bn of turnover each year and supports around one million jobs. According to data from LinkedIn (Swiss: LNKD.SW - news) , more than half of all new workers joining London's advertising and marketing businesses come from overseas, leading the association's report to claim that "employers need this international talent to maintain performance and grow their business".

  • Kobe Steel, Nissan scandals tarnish image of Japan Inc
    AFPlast month

    Kobe Steel, Nissan scandals tarnish image of Japan Inc

    The corporate apology, where company bosses bow deeply at a news conference, has become all-too-frequent in Japan as a reputation for quality erodes

  • Britain's Vauxhall to cut 400 jobs: PSA spokesman
    AFPlast month

    Britain's Vauxhall to cut 400 jobs: PSA spokesman

    French carmaker PSA announced on March 6, 2017, the acquisition of General Motors' European subsidiary, which includes the Opel and Vauxhall brands, for 1.9 billion GBP

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Oxford to become first UK city to ban petrol and diesel cars from centre

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 12 (Reuters) - The university city of Oxford has unveiled plans to ban petrol and diesel cars from its centre as part of the most radical set of proposals so far in Britain to curb pollution. Whilst London is rolling out an "ultra low emission zone", which will see the most gas-guzzling vehicles pay daily charges to enter the city centre from 2020, Oxford's "Zero Emission Zone" will ban emitting vehicles from entering part of the city centre from that date. Since German carmaker Volkswagen (IOB: 0P6N.IL - news) admitted in 2015 to cheating U.S. emissions tests, politicians around the world have unveiled plans to clamp down on diesel vehicles in a bid to improve air quality and meet more stringent targets.

  • MEPs urge probe into Monsanto's sway over safety studies
    AFPlast month

    MEPs urge probe into Monsanto's sway over safety studies

    MEPs want to know whether Monsanto meddled with research into its weedkiller

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