Magna International, Inc. (USA...

NYSE: MGA
$42.84
+$2.04 (+5.0%)
Closing price May 27, 2020
Self-driving technology firm Waymo closed a $3 billion round of venture funding on Tuesday. The round was announced in early March and is the first for the company that has until now been supported...
Paul Ausick
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday included Apple, ConocoPhillips, Internap, Micron Technology, Steelcase, Vulcan Materials and Wipro.
Jon C. Ogg
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Ambarella, eBay, Rite Aid, TiVo, Yahoo, Valero Energy and Virtu Financial.
Jon C. Ogg
Source: Jon OggStocks were very strong on Thursday morning. Investors have been using the recent weakness and volatility to accumulate some stocks they may have previously missed. 24/7 Wall St....
Jon C. Ogg
Source: ThinkstockThe state of Michigan’s Economic Development Board announced late Tuesday that its Strategic Fund Board has approved state incentives for nine business expansions and community...
Paul Ausick
These are the top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen from Wall Street research firms on Tuesday, March 4, 2014. The include Coca-Cola, Dendreon, Procter & Gamble, SunEdison and...
Jon C. Ogg
Source: ThinkstockCanada — long considered a better nation than they United States because of its low violence rates, tolerance, spirit of equality and free health care — is home to just as many...
Douglas A. McIntyre
Source: ThinkstockJPMorgan has issued some very mixed analyst initiations this morning pertaining to the U.S. auto sector, which includes many of the key parts and systems providers in the group....
Jon C. Ogg
Specialty fiber maker Zoltek Companies Inc. (NASDAQ: ZOLT) has signed a deal with auto parts manufacturer Magna International Inc. (NYSE: MGA) to develop low-cost carbon fiber sheeting molding...
Paul Ausick
Last Friday, President Obama pointed to the improving labor market as a sign the economy is recovering. According to the jobs report released last week, companies hired more than 200,000 workers for...
Douglas A. McIntyre
GM has decided to keep its European operations, Opel and Vauxhall. Now, it has to figure out how to pay for them. Opel owes the German government over $1.3 billion in bridge financing. It may have...
Douglas A. McIntyre
The German government went to a great deal of trouble to finance a bid for Canadian parts firm Magna (NYSE:MGA) and a Russian financial group to buy GM’s Opel and Vauxhall operations. GM has...
Douglas A. McIntyre
The German government got in trouble with EU regulators because it only offered $6.7 billion in aid to one of the bidders for GM’s Opel unit. That bidder was Canadian car parts company Magna...
Douglas A. McIntyre
When GM”s board was mulling its options for its European operation including Opel, there were rumors that it might simply choose to keep the company and ride out the car industry’s...
Douglas A. McIntyre
According to Reuters, concerns about the global economy are growing as the G20 nations are meeting.Reuters says that Congress challenged banks on how they would use bailout funds.Reuters reports that...
Douglas A. McIntyre