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TORONTO, March 31- Workers at Toyota Motor Corp's Canadian plants are set to vote next week on whether to become the first at wholly owned Toyota facilities in North America to unionize, a push Canada's biggest private-sector union is confident will succeed.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
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U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Monday, with global shares boosted hopes of stimulus in both the euro zone and China.
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Tesla and New York state officials on Friday struck a deal to keep existing retail locations open in the state.
Stocks trimmed their gains Friday as investors positioned for the end of the quarter on Monday.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
U.S. regulators said they closed an investigation into fires involving Tesla Motors' popular Model S sedans after finding no "defect trend."
March 28- U.S. safety regulators said they closed an investigation into fires involving electric sports car maker Tesla Motors Inc's popular Model S sedans after finding no "defect trend", sending the company's shares up as much as 4 percent.
March 28- U.S. safety regulators said they had closed an investigation into electric sports car maker Tesla Motors Inc's popular Model S sedans. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration began investigations into the company's Model S luxury electric cars in November after three cars caught fire.
CNBC's Sheila Dharmarajan reports NHTSA is closing its investigation into the fire accidents of Tesla Motors.
Keep an eye on trading patterns Friday, as experts say that themes now dominating markets are expected to continue.
A group of 24 such companies compiled by Credit Suisse has lost $63 billion in market value, or almost 19 percent, so far in March.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
TOKYO, March 27- Panasonic Corp laid out plans for a rebound to record revenue within five years, while boosting planned spending on a restructuring that is recasting the one-time leading consumer electronics maker as a supplier to other businesses.
The momentum names once again got hit with no regard for quality or prospects and, despite some recovery in morning trading, anxiety remains.
Labor unions, blamed for the financial woes of other car companies, actually helped save Ford Motor, Bill Ford tells CNBC.