Toyota Motor Corp (ADR)

NYSE: TM
$148.58
+$1.47 (+1.0%)
Closing price February 1, 2023
New car sales in the United States fell 8% last year, and none of the 10 top automakers has shown a share price gain so far in 2022. Will 2023 be more of the same?
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Was Toyota President Akio Toyoda warning Apple about the difficulties of the auto industry or warning the industry about Apple?
In a year in which global car sales were battered, Toyota passed Volkswagen in total sales.
The Ford F-series full-size pickup once again was the best-selling vehicle in America last year.
Tesla's market cap is larger than that of the next seven largest carmakers combined. How can it not be overvalued and overpriced?
New car sales in November are expected to come in more than 10% lower than sales in November 2019. But holiday car shoppers will find some Black Friday specials and somewhat better inventory of new...
Two leading auto industry research firms released estimates Friday for U.S. auto sales in the month of September and for the third quarter.
Auto sales in the European Union have been fallen even further than they have in the United States in the first eight months of this year.
A report from Morgan Stanley looks far out in the future regarding battery-electric vehicles, to 2040 specifically. The firm sees this vehicle market accounting for 72% of global sales.