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  • Tyson Foods and NextEra are big market movers Monday, 3 Aug 2015 | 4:31 PM ET

    NEW YORK— Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:. Tyson Foods Inc., down $4.39 to $39.96. NextEra Energy Inc., up $2.51 to $107.71.

  • DETROIT, Aug 3- U.S. auto sales were stronger than expected in July and kept the industry on pace for its best performance since 2001 as cheaper gasoline and low interest rates drove the continuing shift toward sport utility vehicles and pickup trucks. With automakers reporting monthly sales on Monday, Ford Motor Co said U.S. auto industry sales of 1.55 million...

  • US auto sales strong in July on SUV, luxury demand Monday, 3 Aug 2015 | 8:31 AM ET

    July sales rose 5 percent to more than 1.5 million, according to Autodata Corp.. Subaru reported the biggest sales gain of 10.5 percent over last July. General Motors, Fiat Chrysler and Hyundai all saw 6 percent sales increases, while Honda and Nissan saw 8 percent gains.

  • *Nitto Denko shares tumble despite strong earnings. *Honda bucks trend, jumps 7 pct on upbeat North America sales. TOKYO, Aug 3- Japanese shares fell on Monday, snapping a three-day winning streak, as a barrage of earning reports failed to dispel growing concerns over a slowdown in China's economy.

  • Honda reported the first-quarter results under international accounting standards for the first time. Like other Japanese automakers, Honda has benefited from the cheaper yen, which boosts the value of repatriated earnings. Honda is still soaking up hefty quality-related costs as it continues to recall cars equipped with air bag parts made by top supplier...

  • The Tokyo- based maker of the Accord sedan and Odyssey minivan has been the hardest hit among automakers from the costs related to a global recall of Takata Corp.' s air bags that can explode. Honda, which has a stake in Takata, relies heavily on the Tokyo- based air bag and seatbelt maker. Honda estimates its recalls related to Takata air bags worldwide at 24.5 million.

  • TOKYO, July 31- Honda Motor Co said on Friday its quarterly net profit grew 20 percent, beating estimates as strong sales in North America, its biggest market, and a weak yen helped it absorb the impact of higher quality-related costs. Honda reported the first-quarter results under international accounting standards for the first time. Honda left its financial...

  • *Fujifilm soars on share buyback plan. TOKYO, July 31- Japan's Nikkei share average was little changed on Friday as investors awaited more earnings from blue-chip companies and looked for signs of whether China's volatile stock markets were starting to take a toll on its economy. On Friday, shippers such as Mitsui O.S.K. Lines and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha are slated...

  • *Fujifilm soars on share buyback plan. TOKYO, July 31- Japan's Nikkei share average was little changed on Friday as investors awaited more earnings from blue-chip companies and looked for signs of whether China's volatile stock markets were starting to take a toll on its economy. On Friday, shippers such as Mitsui O.S.K. Lines and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha are slated...

  • TOKYO— Nissan's April-June profit jumped 36 percent as the Japanese automaker benefited from a cheap yen and better sales in the U.S. and Europe. Nissan stuck to its forecast for a 485 billion yen annual profit. "Given our on-going product offensive, the benefits of our alliance strategy and continued cost discipline, Nissan is on track to deliver its full-year...

  • The top executive at the maker of Subaru automobiles joked that he would have to wear a helmet on an upcoming trip to the United States. Subaru's U.S. sales have almost doubled in the past four years. Subaru's " Love Promise," in which it pledges to make "a positive impact in the world," has helped build loyal consumers in states like California, New York and Washington.

  • TOKYO, July 28- Japan's Nikkei share average dropped to a more than two-week low on Tuesday as investors worried that a fresh rout in Chinese shares would damage China's economy and as commodity prices tumbled. The dollar was under pressure as China jitters spurred flows into safe haven assets such as the yen, while commodities including oil and copper weakened...

  • That beats the old record of $70 million assessed against Honda Motor Co. for lapses in reporting deaths and injuries to safety regulators. FCA's fine includes $70 million in penalties, at least $20 million to meet performance requirements and $15 million if an independent recall monitor finds any further violations. Fiat Chrysler shares traded in the New...

  • US regulators fine Fiat Chrysler record $105M Monday, 27 Jul 2015 | 2:49 AM ET
    2015 Chrysler 200 models move down the production line at the company's Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan.

    The U.S. auto safety watchdog announced on Sunday a record $105 million in fines against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles over lapses in safety recalls.

  • DETROIT— Fiat Chrysler must offer to buy back from customers more than 500,000 Ram pickup trucks and other vehicles in the biggest such action in U.S. history as part of a costly deal with safety regulators to settle legal problems in about two dozen recalls. The Italian-American automaker also faces a record civil fine of up to $105 million.

  • Fed, US GDP to keep Asia on edge this week Sunday, 26 Jul 2015 | 9:05 PM ET
    A general view of the Federal Reserve Building in Washington, United States.

    Events in the world's biggest economy will take center stage in Asia's financial markets this week, with the Federal Reserve's policy decision and second-quarter GDP on tap.

  • WASHINGTON, July 26- The U.S. auto safety watchdog, toughening its stance against manufacturer defects, announced on Sunday a record $105 million in fines against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV over lapses in safety recalls involving millions of vehicles. The $105 million in fines sets a new standard for NHTSA's dealings with car manufacturers, eclipsing the...

  • DETROIT— Fiat Chrysler must offer to buy back from customers more than 500,000 Ram pickup trucks and other vehicles in the biggest such action in U.S. history as part of a costly deal with safety regulators to settle legal problems in about two dozen recalls. The Italian-American automaker also faces a record civil fine of up to $105 million.

  • AP Source: US to hit Fiat Chrysler with record $105M fine Saturday, 25 Jul 2015 | 11:32 PM ET

    DETROIT— The U.S. government will hit Fiat Chrysler with a record $105 million fine next week for violating laws in a series of vehicle safety recalls, a person briefed on the matter said. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will reveal the fine on Monday. The fine beats the old record of $70 million assessed against Honda Motor Co. for lapses in...

  • Shanghai Comp reverse course to join Asia selloff Friday, 24 Jul 2015 | 4:15 AM ET

    A sell-off unfolded in Asia's stock markets on Friday, hit by a triple whammy of U.S. losses, a continued slump in commodities and soft Chinese data.