Toyota Motor Corporation New York Stock Exchange
Open: $177.01 High: $178.38 Low: $176.14 Close: $177.83
Range: 2021-06-23 - 2021-06-24
Volume: 657,128
Market: Open
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Toyota Motor Corporation 1 Toyota-cho Toyota , 471-8571
Toyota Motor Corp designs, manufactures and sells sedans, minivans, compact cars, sport-utility vehicles, trucks and related parts and accessories. It also provides financing, vehicle and equipment leasing and certain other financial services.
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  • Employees: 373,272
  • Sector: Consumer Cyclical
  • Industry: Autos
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    (Bloomberg) -- At first glance, the forays Apple Inc., Google and other technology giants are making into the world of cars don’t appear to be particularly lucrative.Building automobiles requires factories, equipment and an army of people to design and assemble large hunks of steel, plastic and glass. That all but guarantees slimmer profits. The world’s top 10 carmakers had an operating margin of just 5.2% in 2020, a fraction of the 34% enjoyed by the tech industry’s leaders, data compiled by Bl

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  • Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) Dips More Than Broader Markets: What You Should Know

    In the latest trading session, Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) closed at $177.71, marking a -0.94% move from the previous day.

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  • Lithia Motors Acquires Toyota Of Jackson For Undisclosed Sum

    Automotive retailer Lithia Motors Inc (NYSE: LAD) has acquired Toyota of Jackson in Jackson, Mississippi. Lithia did not disclose the terms of the deal. The location is expected to add to Lithia’s growing Southeast region and is the first in Mississippi. Lithia expects the acquisition to add $95 million in annualized revenue and bring Lithia’s total expected annualized revenue acquired to $7.6 billion since the launch of its 5-year plan in July 2020. “Our growing presence in the Southeast region

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  • Ford’s Lightning pickup could make electric vehicles popular with all consumers, not just the green ones

    When President Joe Biden took Ford’s (F) electric F-150 Lightning pickup for a test drive in Dearborn, Mich., in May, the event was more than a White House photo op. It marked a new phase in an accelerating shift from gas-powered cars and trucks to electric vehicles, or EVs. In recent months, global auto manufacturers have released plans to electrify their vehicle fleets by 2030 or 2035, setting up a race to see who can most quickly shift entirely away from producing vehicles powered by gasoline.

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  • Toyota Motor North America Announces Executive Change in ITx

    Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) today announced that Brian Kursar, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), TMNA and Toyota Connected North America (TCNA), has been promoted to group vice president, Digital Technology. Kursar will remain CTO for both TMNA and TCNA.

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  • SoftBank, Nomura Tapped to Offer Moderna Shots for Employees

    (Bloomberg) -- In a country where workplaces play an outsized role in people’s lives, Japan is betting that enlisting its largest corporations to roll out Covid-19 vaccines will add fuel to a much-scrutinized inoculation drive.Still grappling with a rollout that’s deployed only enough doses to cover 11% of the population, the Japanese government is allowing its biggest corporate brand names and employers like Toyota Motor Corp., SoftBank Group Corp., and Nomura Holdings Inc. to administer shots

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  • Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) Gains As Market Dips: What You Should Know

    In the latest trading session, Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) closed at $185.20, marking a +0.74% move from the previous day.

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  • Lordstown Motors admits that electric truck orders aren't 'firm purchase commitments'

    Lordstown Motors drops another bombshell to investors.

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  • GM says it will now spend $35 billion on electric and autonomous cars

    General Motors ups its game on electric vehicles.

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  • Toyota thanks shareholders for support after shares hit record high

    Toyota Motor Corp's shares reached a record high on Wednesday, earning a rare message of thanks from the company's president at its annual general meeting (AGM). The share price of Japan's no. 1 carmaker exceeded 10,000 yen ($90.84) on Tuesday for the first time, as investors welcomed Toyota's strong sales, electric plans as well as its ability to tackle a global chip shortage better than the competitors. Toyota shares closed nearly 1% higher at 10,175 yen.

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  • Toyota Named an Official Sponsor of the Orange Blossom Classic

    Partnering Together, Serving the Community and Preparing Future Leaders brings Toyota and the OBC together for a Collaboration on the GridironMiami, FL, June 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Orange Blossom Classic Committee confirmed today that Toyota Motor North America would serve as the official sponsor of the Orange Blossom Classic and its associated education and empowerment activities. The relaunch of this HBCU Classic also relaunches the rivalry between Florida A&M University Rattlers (FA

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  • Lordstown Motors: Here's the next shoe to probably drop on battered investors

    Lordstown Motors executives should be hanging their heads in shame right about now.

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  • Toyota Motor North America Introduces Next-Generation Multimedia System To Deliver Best In-Car User Experience

    As the need for a more personalized and intelligent in-vehicle experience continues to grow and be a driving force behind vehicle selection, Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) is proud to unveil a new multimedia solution delivering an exceptional in-car user experience.

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  • Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know

    In the latest trading session, Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) closed at $181.47, marking a +0.72% move from the previous day.

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  • Elon Musk's China Nemesis Survived Once, But He Has a Fight Ahead

    (Bloomberg) -- William Li is being mobbed. At a gala dinner in Shanghai, the founder of Chinese electric carmaker Nio Inc. can barely move forward in the buffet queue before being stopped for another selfie, handshake or hug. Swapping his usual attire of jeans and a T-shirt for a tailored grey suit and blue dress shirt, the tall 46-year-old happily obliges with a smile.Li manages to spoon a small amount of fried rice and vegetables onto his plate, but he’s not here for the food. Over the next th

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  • UPDATE 2-Detroit Three automakers will continue to require facial coverings

    Detroit's Big Three automakers and the United Auto Workers (UAW) union said on Wednesday that workers will continue to be required to wear masks in workplaces. The joint statement from the UAW and General Motors Co , Ford Motor Co and Chrysler-parent Stellantis NV said it was continuing the requirements "out of an abundance of caution." The UAW and the automakers said temperature screening upon entering facilities is expected to be phased out.

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  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Toyota, Ford, Stellantis, Tesla and General Motors

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Toyota, Ford, Stellantis, Tesla and General Motors

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  • Nutanix's (NTNX) Cloud Platform to Help Toyota's Remote Workers

    Nutanix's (NTNX) cloud platform could create a VDI environment for up to 1,000 devices, exceeding Toyota's initial schedule expectation.

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  • Is U.S. Auto Industry Growth Story Likely to be Cut Short?

    Many automakers are going to find it difficult to rapidly restore inventories amid supply chain distortions, which may cause speed bumps in overall U.S. vehicle sales through the peak summer season.

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  • Japan Must Work With TSMC to Build Chip Base, Lawmaker Says

    (Bloomberg) -- Japan can’t build a cutting-edge chip development and manufacturing base on its own, and must seek to cooperate with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., according to Akira Amari, a senior member of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party.Amari, a former economy minister who heads an LDP working group on semiconductor strategy, added that the government must be prepared to spend trillions of yen to keep up with the U.S. and Europe. Both have plans to pour money into the industry am

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