Nissan cuts full-year forecasts as China row dents sales
far this year, trailing Toyota's 26 percent gain and Honda's 3 percent rise. Nissan shares closed down 2 percent on Tuesday ahead of the earnings. ($1 = 80.1750 Japanese yen) (Reporting by Yoko Kubota ; Editing by Ian Geoghegan)
Suzuki to end car sales in U.S., focus on motorcycles
m., slightly outperforming the Nikkei index <.N225> that was down 0.3 percent. (Reporting by Mayumi Negishi, Kevin Krolicki and Yoko Kubota in Tokyo, Sharanya Hrishikesh in Bangalore; Editing by Steve Orlofsky and Ken Wills)
Toyota trims global sales forecast; North America demand seen firm
Toyota said it is assuming an average dollar rate of 79 yen compared with its previous assumption of 80 yen, and an euro rate of 100 yen versus its previous assumption of 101 yen. (Reporting by Yoko Kubota ; Editing by Chris Gallagher)
Toyota nudges up net forecast after Q2 profit jump
a quarter this year, easily outpacing Honda's 4.5 percent gain, while Nissan is flat. The benchmark Nikkei share average <.N225> is up almost 7 percent for the year to date. (Reporting by Yoko Kubota ; Editing by Ian Geoghegan)
Despite China hit, Toyota trebles Q2 profit, raises FY forecast
Toyota Motor Corp <7203.T> raised its full-year net profit forecast to $9.7 billion even after its sales in China, the world's biggest autos market, were battered by a popular backlash against Japan over a territorial dispute. Sales at Toyota and its two Chinese joint ventures almost halved in
China row drags on Nissan, cuts FY forecasts
Counting the cost of anti-Japanese protests in a territorial dispute with China, Nissan Motor Co cut its full-year net profit forecast by a fifth to $3.
Toyota set to raise profit outlook but still much work to do
Toyota Motor Corp is set to tweak its full-year profit forecasts higher, local media reported, in revisions that will come with a likely trebling of quarterly profit to almost $3 billion.
Toyota pushes up profit forecast, details China hit
Toyota Motor Corp <7203.T> nudged its full-year net profit forecast up to $9.7 billion, even as it put the cost of recent anti-Japanese protests and a slowing economy in China, the world's biggest autos market, at lost sales of 200,000 cars. Sales at Toyota and its two Chinese joint ventures almost
Toyota returns; wants time to show it's changed
For most companies, trebling quarterly profit to almost $3 billion and outselling all global rivals would be welcome news.
Japan spent rebuilding money on unrelated projects
harbor, rebuilding has yet to begin in earnest, says Takashi Kubota , who left a government job in Tokyo in May 2011 to become the town's ..... two words — speed and flexibility — that are lacking," Kubota said. Showing a photo of the now non-existent downtown