Auto Sector Stocks

Lean how the stocks in auto sector are doing. This section covers stocks in Auto Manufacturers and Auto Parts sectors.
Daily chart of Toyota stock as of 10:50 a..m on 10/10/2011

Toyota stock opens higher but still trending below 50-day moving average

Despite news about the 2012 Camry debut and the plans to diversify location of key part production around the globe, Toyota stock opened higher this morning which was trading last week near or just below its key price resistance area of 67.56 set in September, 2010 and well below its 50-day moving average.
Navistar uses the MAXFORCE

Navistar reports Super Truck accomplishments at 2011 DEER Conference

Through the DOE project, Navistar was to develop and demonstrate technologies to improve Class 8 truck and trailer aerodynamics, combustion efficiency, waste heat recovery, hybridization, idle reduction, and reduced rolling resistance tires. Day 1 at the 2011 DEER Conference provided the venue for an update.
Weekly chart of GM stock up to 9/30/2011

S&P upgrades GM credit rating, places Ford on upgrade watch, and GM responds

In an update, GM responded to the rating agency, Standard & Poor's of General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) credit rating in direct response to the company's new four-year-labor deal with the UAW. Question still remains, though: Will it make much of a difference to the present stock price in light of overwhelming economic conditions affecting the entire auto stock sector?
Cutaway image of the cyclone Power external combustion engine

Cyclone Power taps former White House Climate Change Task Force member as advisor

Cyclone Power Technologies (Pink Sheets: CYPW), developer of the all-fuel, clean-tech Cyclone Engine, announced that it has signed an advisory agreement with former President Bill Clinton's former Chairman of the White House Climate Change Task Force, Roger Ballentine and his company, Green Strategies Inc.
Toyota stock trading at New York opening bell on 9/19/2011

Toyota stock affected by more than plans to relocate key parts manufacturing

It’s amazing how much change an earthquake and tsunami can bring to the parts portfolio management within the auto industry, especially for a world giant like Toyota Motor Corp. (NYSE: TM), which currently exports parts for hybrid cars to its factories outside Japan, including America, but talk is easier than action, and world economics have a powerful influence.

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