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  • *Profit-taking set in after 12- day rally until Monday. TOKYO, June 3- Japanese shares slipped on Wednesday as investors booked profits from the market's longest rally in more than three decades, with interest rate sensitive stocks sold the most after bond yields rose globally. Things don't move up in a straight line, "said Stefan Worrall, director of equity at...

  • Subaru led automakers with a 12 percent sales gain. General Motors' sales rose 3 percent, Fiat Chrysler was up 4 percent and Honda rose 1 percent. Honda sold more than 6,300 HR-V small SUVs in the first two weeks it was on sale.

  • June 1- Takata Corp has told U.S. safety regulators it will no longer use a volatile chemical in its air bag inflators, which have been linked to six deaths since 2008.. The agreement to stop using ammonium nitrate was detailed by Takata executive Kevin Kennedy, in written testimony ahead of a hearing before a U.S. House panel on Tuesday. Discovery of a root cause of...

  • *Toshiba up after govt approves late annual report submission. TOKYO, June 1- Japan's Nikkei share average fell on Monday morning, imperiling an 11- day winning streak, after U.S. stocks languished as weak economic data dented investor sentiment, triggering profit-taking on exporters. "After rising for so many days, it's natural to see a correction," Hikaru Sato, a...

  • GM recalls heavy duty trucks with Takata air bags Friday, 29 May 2015 | 5:02 PM ET

    DETROIT, May 29- General Motors Co is recalling about 375,000 heavy duty pickup trucks equipped with passenger-side air bag inflators made by Takata Corp, the U.S. automaker said. Subaru will expand its recall of 2004 and 2005 model Impreza compact cars with Takata air bags to about 80,000 from 20,000, the unit of Japan- based Fuji Heavy Industries also said on...

  • DETROIT— General Motors and Subaru are adding vehicles to the growing list of models being recalled by 11 automakers due to potentially exploding air bags. The U.S. government's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released the model information on Friday. The vehicles are equipped with air bag inflators made by Takata Corp. of Japan that can...

  • DETROIT, May 28- Three automakers on Thursday widened recalls of cars and trucks with Takata Corp air bags and the U.S. Congress set a hearing next week on the safety issue that has been linked to six deaths. Takata last week complied with demands of U.S. safety regulators and doubled the vehicles to be involved in air bag recalls to 34 million, making it the largest...

  • TOKYO, May 28- Honda Motor Co called back about 690,000 cars in Japan and the United States to replace air bag inflators made by Takata Corp after the Tokyo- based parts supplier last week agreed to comply with U.S. orders to expand some of its previous recalls. Of the recalls announced on Thursday, about 350,000 are of vehicles registered in the United States and...

  • DETROIT, May 28- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Honda Motor Co and BMW on Thursday expanded recalls of vehicles with potentially deadly air bags made by Takata Corp, after the Japanese manufacturer last week boosted the number of vehicles affected to 53 million globally. The recalls announced on Thursday are part of that widened Takata recall.

  • DETROIT, May 28- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Thursday became the first automaker to expand its U.S. recall of vehicles with faulty Takata Corp air bag inflators since federal safety regulators announced a massive recall campaign last week. Last week, Japanese air bag maker Takata said it would double the recall of potentially deadly air bags to nearly 34...

  • Automakers, gov't reveal models in expanded Takata recall Thursday, 28 May 2015 | 10:46 AM ET

    DETROIT— Car owners are beginning to find out if their cars or trucks are included in a big expansion of a recall of air bags made by Takata Corp.. Automakers, as well as Canadian and U.S. safety regulators, are posting documents that spell out the vehicles being recalled to replace air bag inflators that can explode with too much force, spewing shrapnel into the...

  • China stocks plunge 6.5%, worst selloff in 4 months Thursday, 28 May 2015 | 6:06 AM ET
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    Mainland markets were the biggest losers in the region on Thursday, as fears over tighter requirements on margin financing ignited risk-off sentiment.

  • *Nikkei's winning streak is longest since Feb 1988 Nikkei has risen 5.0 pct over 10 days. TOKYO, May 28- Japan's Nikkei share average rose on Thursday, extending its gains to a 10th day as investors hoped exporters' earnings will rise after the dollar hit its highest against the yen since December 2002. The dollar's surge against the yen gathered pace during Asian...

  • Nikkei rises for 10th day as weak yen lifts exporters Wednesday, 27 May 2015 | 10:37 PM ET

    TOKYO, May 28- Japan's Nikkei share average rose on Thursday morning, extending its gains to a 10th day as investors hoped exporters' earnings will rise after the dollar hit eight-year highs against the yen. "I thought the market would see a correction given the straight days of gains, but contrary to my initial view, it's being lifted by the weak yen," said Masashi Oda,...

  • BEIJING, May 28- Japan's Takata Corp, which for months resisted U.S. regulators' demands to widen a recall over its potentially lethal air bags, has had an "attitude shift" and is in a mood to compromise to try to resolve the ballooning auto safety crisis, said a person close to the company. "'There's no use or gain in fighting the regulators' is how one Takata management...

  • TOKYO, May 27- Japan's Nikkei share average was marginally higher on Wednesday morning, extending its gains into a ninth day, but gains were limited as U.S. shares languished after upbeat U.S. data fed fears that a rate hike may come earlier than expected. The buoyant data follows Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen saying on Friday that the central bank could raise...

  • *Takata says confident new air bags are safe. DETROIT, May 26- Automakers and safety regulators could take months to nail down why air bag inflators made by Takata Corp are exploding with too much force, meaning consumers cannot be certain replacement inflators installed under a sweeping recall are safe, industry officials involved in the process said.

  • *Takata says confident new air bags are safe. DETROIT, May 26- Automakers and safety regulators could take months to nail down why air bag inflators made by Takata Corp are exploding with too much force, meaning consumers cannot be certain replacement inflators installed under a sweeping recall are safe, industry officials involved in the process said.

  • Nikkei's winning streak runs into profit-taking Monday, 25 May 2015 | 10:23 PM ET

    *Tomy falls after Marunouchi Capital sells entire stake. *Kyushu Electric rises after nuclear reactor restart announcement. TOKYO, May 26- Japan's Nikkei share average edged down on Tuesday morning, snapping a seven-day winning streak as investors took profits after the recent gains made on optimism over the economy's recovery and higher shareholder...

  • DETROIT— Eleven automakers are expected next week to reveal which models are being added to a massive recall of air bags made by Takata Corp.. On Tuesday, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced a deal with Takata to declare millions of its air bag inflators defective and expand the recall from 17 million to 33.8 million.