Tag: US automakers

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.

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

Automakers are waiting with bated breath for China's auto market to recover. August marked the 14th month of auto sales decline in China in 15 months.

China, the world’s largest automotive market, has more bad news for automakers. The slump in China's auto sales refuses to die down.

China’s economy is slowing considerably, which isn't news. Every new data point coming out of the country corroborates this slowdown.

Greenlight Capital’s (GLRE) David Einhorn has called for Elon Musk to resign from Tesla (TSLA) in the wake of Walmart's solar panel fire lawsuit.

China is the world’s largest automotive market. Therefore, any negative sentiment in China's car sales echoes around the globe.

US automakers have been hit hard lately. However, President Trump’s policies and the trade war had a greater impact on automakers than the Fed's policies.