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Westport (WPRT) Q2 revenues decline year over year as well as miss the Zacks Consensus Estimate.
Toyota (TM) expects consolidated vehicle sales of 7.2 million units for fiscal 2021, suggesting a year-on-year decline.
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As the pandemic has created a shortage of used cars and fueled fears of getting sick, many people are opting to buy used-cars online. Carvana (CVNA), CarMax (KMX), Autonation (AN) and CarGurus (CARG) are...
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Tenneco (TEN) suspends 2020 guidance as it expects the coronavirus pandemic's impact to thwart the company's operations in the days to come.
Adient (ADNT) projects revenue to be in the $3.3-$3.5 billion band for fourth-quarter fiscal 2020.
Carvana (CVNA) suspends 2020 guidance as it expects the pandemic's crippling impact to strain its operations in the days to come.
For fiscal 2021, Honda (HMC) expects sales and operating profit of 12.8 trillion Yen and 200 billion Yen, respectively.
Lear (LEA) suspends 2020 guidance as it expects the pandemic's crippling impact to strain the company's operations in the days to come.
Allison (ALSN) scraps 2020 guidance as management expects the pandemic-related setbacks to strain its operations in the days to come.
BorgWarner (BWA) projects net sales of $8-$8.4 billion for 2020.
, /PRNewswire/ -- (NYSE: AN), America's largest and most recognized automotive retailer, today announced that it will present at the virtual 2020 J.P. Morgan Auto Conference on .
CNH Industrial (CNHI) expects net sales from Industrial Activities to be down 15-20% in 2020, including currency-translation impacts amid the coronavirus crisis.
Standard Motor (SMP) suspends quarterly payouts and stock-buyback programs amid the coronavirus crisis.
Group 1 Automotive (GPI) posts higher-than-expected revenues from new vehicles in Q2 despite the coronavirus crisis.
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