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  • Early Movers: BABA, DISH, CVS, TIME, JPM & more Tuesday, 4 Nov 2014 | 8:06 AM ET

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • *Nissan most exposed Japan carmaker to China. Nissan, the most exposed of Japan's automakers to the Chinese market, said its vehicle sales in China fell 12 percent in the July-September period and cut its full-year sales forecast for the world's biggest auto market to 1.27 million vehicles from 1.43 million, an 11 percent drop. "In China, the general weakness in the...

  • YOKOHAMA, Nov 4- Nissan Motor Co reported a slight increase in second-quarter profit on Tuesday, beating analyst estimates, as record sales in the United States dulled the impact of a slowdown in China. Weakness in China and other emerging markets led Nissan to lower its global sales forecast by 200,000 vehicles, the automaker said on Tuesday.

  • *Honda shrugs off U.S. regulator probe. TOKYO, Nov 4- Japanese stocks jumped to a seven-year peak on Tuesday, as investors lapped up a set of positive catalysts including an unexpected central bank move to ease policy further and a reallocation of funds to domestic stocks by the public pension fund. Also on Friday, Tokyo confirmed that the Government Pension...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 3- The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Monday it had opened an investigation into whether Honda Motor Co Ltd failed to report to the auto regulator deaths or injuries involving Takata Corp air bags. NHTSA is probing Takata air bags installed in vehicles made by a number of manufacturers. Since 2008, 10 global vehicle...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 3- The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Monday it had opened an investigation into whether Honda Motor Co Ltd failed to report to the auto regulator deaths or injuries involving Takata Corp air bags.

  • TORONTO, Nov 3- Automakers in Canada enjoyed another strong sales month in October as the market moved into the home stretch of what is shaping up to be a record-breaking year. Canadian sales rose 6.5 percent to about 154,900 vehicles, setting a same-month record for the sixth consecutive month, according to a report from DesRosiers Automotive Consultants on...

  • DETROIT, Nov 3- Automakers reported their strongest U.S. October sales in a decade on Monday on strong demand for brawny pickup trucks and roomy SUVs, but top-seller General Motors Co missed expectations. Topping analysts' consensus were Ford Motor Co, Chrysler Group and Nissan Motor Co Ltd. In addition to GM, Honda Motor Co Ltd also missed estimates, while Toyota...

  • DETROIT, Nov 3- Automakers reported their strongest U.S. October sales in years on Monday, but top-seller General Motors Co missed expectations. Ford Motor Co said utility vehicles and trucks accounted for 72 percent of its sales, up from 68.5 percent a year ago.

  • DETROIT, Nov 3- U.S. automakers reported their strongest October sales in years on Monday, but top-seller General Motors Co missed expectations. Nissan Motor Co and Honda Motor Co each reported robust sales of their crossover models and record October U.S. sales for their core brands. Chrysler Group and its Ram brand took advantage as Ford Motor Co has lowered...

  • DETROIT, Nov 3- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles U.S. Chrysler Group and its Ram brand took advantage as Ford Motor Co has lowered production of its top-selling F-150 pickup truck in recent months. A poll by Thomson Reuters of 29 economists forecast a seasonally adjusted annualized sales rate of 16.5 million vehicles.

  • Nissan, Honda U.S. October sales rise on crossovers Monday, 3 Nov 2014 | 7:48 AM ET

    DETROIT, Nov 3- Nissan Motor Co and Honda Motor Co each reported strong crossover model sales and record October U.S. sales for their core brands on Monday. Nissan Motor sales rose 13.3 percent to 103,117 vehicles, beating expectations of a 11 percent rise. Honda Motor's sales rose 5.8 percent, missing expectations of an 8 percent rise.

  • The Takata Corp. logo is displayed outside the company's headquarters in Tokyo.

    Critics of geographic recalls say they are irresponsible and ignore many realities of the marketplace, including the mobility of drivers.

  • DETROIT, Oct 31- U.S. auto safety officials on Friday told Japan's Takata Corp to work harder to meet demand for replacement parts for air bags that could prove defective in millions of U.S. cars. On Thursday, Takata agreed to add two production lines to make more air bag parts. Friedman also said Takata had not yet heeded NHTSA's request to contact other air bag...

  • TOKYO, Oct 31- Japanese stocks soared to levels before the global financial crisis on Friday, after the Bank of Japan stunned markets by easing policy further in a move prompted by slow inflation after an April tax hike dented economic growth. The central bank decided to increase the pace at which it expands base money to about 80 trillion yen per year, up from a...

  • TOKYO, Oct 31- Japanese stocks rocketed more than 5 percent to levels before the global financial crisis on Friday, after the Bank of Japan stunned markets by easing policy further in a move prompted by slow inflation after an April tax hike dented economic growth. The central bank decided to increase the pace at which it expands base money to about 80 trillion yen...

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 29- U.S. safety regulators do not expect Japanese auto parts maker Takata Corp to be able to fully supply replacement parts for millions of defective air bags until after February, and urged Takata and the automakers it supplies to seek additional parts from other companies. Takata must boost production and even tap competitors to address...

  • SAO PAULO, Oct 29- Automakers in Brazil are facing the sharpest slowdown since 1999 and it could be a year or more before things turn the corner. "It looks like the market is in for a difficult time until 2016," said Koji Kondo, Toyota Motor Corp's chief executive in Brazil, citing labor costs, rising taxes and infrastructure bottlenecks as a persistent problem.

  • Asia stocks join US rally; Fed statement in focus Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014 | 3:00 AM ET

    Asian equity markets followed their U.S. peers higher on Wednesday ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy statement.

  • Industrial production rose by 2.7 percent in September, the fastest pace since January, easing some concerns about Japan's factory activity and the broader economy. Japan's largest investment banking and securities group Nomura Holdings was boosted by better-than-expected earnings. Shares in the firm soared 5 percent after its second quarter net profit...