|Bid||26.64 x 1200|
|Ask||26.65 x 1400|
|Day's range||26.60 - 26.71|
|52-week range||22.87 - 30.12|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.86|
|PE ratio (TTM)||4.60|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.05 (3.95%)|
|1y target est||30.28|
Tesla reported its Q3 deliveries of 97,000—a record. Tesla's deliveries fell short of expectations of 98,000, leading its stock to slide 5% after hours.
Ford's Q3 2019 US sales came in at 580,251 units for a 4.9% YoY decline. Wall Street analysts expected a 6.1% decline in Ford’s Q3 sales figures.
In Europe, Honda Motors plans to stop selling diesel cars by 2021, and only sell electric and hybrid cars by 2025. Tesla also sells its cars in Europe.
For Honda, declining demand for diesel vehicles and tougher emissions regulations have clouded its manufacturing prospects in Europe. Honda said in February it would close its only British car plant in 2021 with the loss of up to 3,500 jobs.
While near-term headwinds in the form of high expenses and drab sales outlook remain, Honda's (HMC) initiatives look promising enough to bolster long-term prospects.
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President Donald Trump met GM CEO Mary Barra on Thursday. According to media reports, Barra characterized the meeting as “productive and valuable."
CNH Industrial (CNHI) plans to separate the IVECO truck business from the agriculture and construction business, while recalls more than 550,000 trucks and SUVs in North America to resolve the vehicles' seat-back issue.
Last month, four automakers, including Ford, made a voluntary deal with California to make cars cleaner and more fuel efficient. Trump isn't happy with the deal.
The decline in Honda's (HMC) operating profit results from high selling, general and administrative expenses; adverse impacts of foreign currency; and lowered sales revenues.
The move to stop auto production in Argentina from 2020 by Honda (HMC) is part of its plan of reorganizing automobile production around the globe.
Japan's Honda Motor Co on Tuesday said it will stop producing automobiles in Argentina next year as part of a global shift in how it shares production between regions. Honda said its Campana plant in the province of Buenos Aires, which produces the HR-V model, will focus solely on making on motorcycles. Honda started making motorcycles in Argentina in 2006 and began auto production there in 2011.
Honda Motor Co Ltd's venture with Guangzhou Automobile Group Co Ltd will recall 222,674 Accord sedans in China, market regulators said on Thursday, after recent complaints on social media about the car engine's quality. The recall is linked to a problem caused by the intercooler of the car's 1.5T turbocharged engine. In certain situations, the engine lost speed to protect the vehicle, according to a document on China's State Administration for Market Regulation.