Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
Tesla’s Deliveries Underwhelm, but TSLA Gets a ‘Buy’ Nod
Tesla reported its Q3 deliveries of 97,000—a record. Tesla’s deliveries fell short of expectations of 98,000, leading its stock to slide 5% after hours.
Can Renault’s Bigger Electric Car Take Tesla Head-On?
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.
Ford and GM Split Over Siding with Trump
Automakers have effectively split in their support of a particular set of emission regulations, pitting large automakers Ford and GM against one another.
Ford’s Q3 US Sales Drop 4.9% YoY, Stock in the Red
Ford’s Q3 2019 US sales came in at 580,251 units for a 4.9% YoY decline. Wall Street analysts expected a 6.1% decline in Ford’s Q3 sales figures.
Analyzing Vanguard Pacific Stock Index’s Portfolio Allocation
The Vanguard Pacific Stock Index Fund provides exposure to the developed countries of the Asia-Pacific region.
Staples and Tech Stocks Boost the AB International Growth Fund
The AB International Growth Fund – Class A (AWPAX) has been the best performer among the 12 funds in this review in the past one and three months ended June 17, 2016.
Telecom Services Cap the High Portfolio Turnover for SAESX
The SunAmerica Japan Fund – Class A (SAESX) fell a sharp 17% in the first four months of 2016, making it the second-worst performer among the nine funds in this review.
What You Should Know about the AB International Growth Fund
Prudential (PUK), UBS Group (UBS), Nissan Motor (NSANY), Credicorp (BAP), and Melco Crown Entertainment (MPEL) are among the AB International Growth Fund’s 71 holdings.
How Did the Voya Japan TOPIX Index Portfolio Fare in 2015?
The Voya Japan TOPIX Index Portfolio – Class A (IJIAX) fell 0.9% in December 2015 from the previous month. In the three- and six-month periods ended December 31, the fund has risen 7.3% and fallen 4.0%, respectively.
DXJ and DBJP: Comparing Japan’s Hedged Equity ETFs
The WisdomTree Japan Hedged Equity ETF (DXJ) offers exposure to the Japanese equity market and hedges its risk of fluctuations between the US dollar and the Japanese yen.
Daimler and BMW dominate the luxury car segment
German automakers lead the luxury space in the US. Daimler AG had an 18.4% share. It was followed by BMW. It had a 16.8% share.