Author: Anuradha Garg

Anuradha Garg has worked at Market Realist since 2014, and her equity research experience spans more than 11 years. She has an MBA in finance from a premier Indian college. Prior to joining Market Realist, she worked with HSBC and Fidelity Investments. Her current research focus is basic materials, particularly precious metals and iron ore. She also covers hedge fund managers’ holdings.

Disclosure: I am in full compliance with all ethics and other policies for Market Realist research analysts. I am not invested in securities that I cover on Market Realist.

Uber and Lyft chose to skip the congressional hearing on Wednesday. The hearing was meant to examine the companies' safety and labor practices.

General Motors (GM) stock has been on a downtrend ever since United Automobile Workers called for a strike on September 16.

Tesla’s electric pickup truck is one of the most anticipated vehicles in recent history. CEO Elon Musk knows how to create hype around new vehicle launches.

Chinese EV sales slid for the third straight month in September. Let's see how China's overall auto market is performing.

China, the world’s largest auto market, is faltering like never before. September was the 15th month of annual car sales decline for the company.

Since its June debut, Tesla's Model 3 ranks third among the UK's best-selling cars. Tesla delivered 2,864 Model 3s last month, up from 2,082 cars in August.

Ford stock has gained about 12% year-to-date as of October 8. It's been on a downtrend, however, since it released its second-quarter earnings results.

Bloomberg reported on October 8 that Renault (RNLSY) was mulling a new all-electric car. It's expected to be bigger than its best-selling Zoe.

Stock futures rose on October 9 after Bloomberg reported that China is ready for a "partial trade deal." US-China talks are slated to start on October 10.

Detroit's Big Three—General Motors, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler—are gearing up for price wars to compete for US pickup truck sales.