Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Ford confirmed that it would be less profitable in 2017 than last year, even as rival General Motors gave a much more upbeat forecast.
Supervalu, Ford, and Boeing stocks are making headlines this Wednesday morning on Wall Street.
Ford Motor Co. declares special dividend of $0.05 per share and says it continues to see improved profitability. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.
Is the bank run overdone? Analysts are sounding a note of caution ahead of Q4 earnings.
U.S. equities closed mixed after a choppy session on Tuesday, as the Nasdaq composite notched a fresh record high.
Jim Cramer shared his reasoning why investors should steer clear of automotive stocks.
On Monday, it was reported that Apple had requested to expand its production capabilities in its facility in Mesa, Arizona.
Global automakers are reworking their product strategies and investments for the United States to bring more sport utility vehicles to showrooms amid a sharp turn away from small- and medium-sized cars, executives at Detroit's auto show say.
Carmakers used the Detroit Auto Show to talk up their U.S. production, likely reacting to Trump’s all-hours tweets, an analyst said Tuesday.
The president-elect has provided few details regarding the border tax he has threatened manufacturers with.
CEOs of the auto industry respond to Donald Trump at the Detroit Auto Show, as the president-elect continues to put pressure on companies via Twitter. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
But Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne says the decision to announce the U.S. investments was "coincidental" to Trump's tweets.
The gains in Fiat Chrysler, Alibaba and LVMH contrast with the declines in other stocks after negative comments from Donald Trump.
Throughout his presidential campaign, and after the election, Trump criticized automakers for moving U.S. production to Mexico, often through tweets. Such a tariff could wreak havoc on the industry, since every major automaker produces vehicles in Mexico. Marchionne said it's possible FCA would have to withdraw from Mexico if tariffs were too punitive.
Ford Motor CEO Mark Fields, Monday on CNBC, explained the automaker's ambitious plan to create the autonomous vehicle of the future.
Fields says Ford wants to use its existing facilities around the world but does not condemn Trump's goals.
Demonstrators have been protesting across Mexico against a 20 percent hike in gasoline prices that took effect on New Year's Day, and the anger has occasionally erupted into violence, including several days of looting last week. It said the blockade had threatened to temporarily shut down Ford Motor Co.' s stamping and assembly plant in Hermosillo.
Ford Motor CEO Mark Fields speaks with CNBC's Phil LeBeau at the Detroit auto show about the cancellation of the new plant in Mexico and President-elect Trump's potential tax and trade policies.
DETROIT— The Latest from the annual North American International Auto Show in Detroit:. A top General Motors executive says he sees no reason for the company to make a big jobs and factory investment in order to please President-elect Donald Trump. Ford made Trump happy by canceling a planned small-car factory in Mexico and announcing 700 jobs in Michigan,...