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Toyota Industries Corporation (6201.T)

Tokyo - Tokyo Delayed price. Currency in JPY
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13,290.00-15.00 (-0.11%)
At close: 03:15PM JST
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Previous close13,305.00
Bid13,285.00 x 0
Ask13,335.00 x 0
Day's range13,215.00 - 13,455.00
52-week range9,803.00 - 16,265.00
Avg. volume578,453
Market cap4.131T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.65
PE ratio (TTM)18.05
EPS (TTM)736.27
Earnings date31 Jul 2024
Forward dividend & yield280.00 (2.10%)
Ex-dividend date27 Sept 2024
1y target est14,756.30
  • Reuters

    Toyota Industries faces crackdown for engine emissions cheating - Nikkei

    The ministry will order Toyota Industries, the world's largest manufacturer of forklift trucks, to take steps to prevent a "recurrence of the misconduct", the newspaper reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Toyota did not immediately respond to a Reuters' request for comments. Toyota Industries, which also makes cars, textiles and electronics, may lose certification for an excavator engine, the report said.

  • Associated Press Finance

    Japanese officials raid a Toyota group plant after the company admitted cheating on engine testing

    Japanese transport officials raided a Toyota-affiliated plant Tuesday after the company admitted to cheating on engine testing, as Toyota Motor Corp. reported it sold over 11 million vehicles in 2023 to retain its status as the world’s top car manufacturer. Hours after the probe began at Toyota Industries Corp.'s plant in Hekinan, Aichi Prefecture, central Japan, Toyota Chair Akio Toyoda vowed to steer the company out of scandal and ensure the Japanese automaker's group companies stick to “making good cars.” “My job is to steer the way for where the overall group should go,” Toyoda said.

  • Reuters

    REFILE-UPDATE 1-Toyota remains world's top-selling automaker; chairman apologises over scandals

    Toyota Motor retained its crown as the world's top-selling automaker for the fourth consecutive year after posting record annual sales of 11.2 million vehicles in 2023, though its chairman apologised on Tuesday for scandals at three group companies. The Japanese automaker reported a 7.2% jump in global group sales last year, including those at small-car maker Daihatsu and truck unit Hino Motors. Those two subsidiaries and affiliate Toyota Industries have been beset by governance issues involving certification test procedures for cars and engines that could potentially hurt the brand's global reputation for quality and safety.