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After the tech sector's brutal selloff and this year's strong run for utility and healthcare stocks, investors are now eyeing a shift into "cyclical" names.
Chrysler is recalling thousands of SUVs in order to fix a brake problem. Complaints were filled about excessive brake-pedal firmness.
The Jeep Renegade is the anchor of an aggressive plan to take the brand global.
The risk of economic sanctions against Russia poses risk to Western companies. The most vulnerable include consumer brands.
US car sales for February fell over last year, but beat expectations. Carmakers offered big rewards to those willing to brave the storms.
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Bond prices rose after the after the Federal Reserve released the minutes of its most recent policy committee meeting on Wednesday.
U.S. stock index futures struggled around the flatine Wednesday, a day after an aggressive rate hike from the Turkish central bank and as investors looked ahead to the Federal Reserve's next move on stimulus.
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European equities closed lower on Tuesday, after data released from the euro zone gave a mixed picture of the region's recovery.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly lower open on the first trading day of 2014 amid fears of slower growth in China which weighed on Asian stocks.
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Italian carmaker Fiat struck a $4.35 billion deal to gain full control of Chrysler.
Renault, Toyota and Volkswagen led a 0.9 percent November gain in European car sales, according to industry data published on Tuesday.
The board of directors says an IPO will not be practicable this year.
Chrysler Group expects to set a price range for its IPO at $1.5 billion to $2 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported.
According to KBB, Nissan's Leaf tops the list of autos likely to depreciate the most over the next five years. The list is led by three electric cars.
New car registrations in the European Union increased for a second month in a row in October.
Chrysler Group LLC said on Friday it is recalling 1.2 million Ram pickup trucks to check for a defect that could cause loss of steering.
New car registrations released on Wednesday - often used as a proxy for sales - showed that demand is hinting at a recovery in countries such as Spain and Greece.