Global Automakers – Automakers around the world anticipated a decision from US President Donald Trump.
Global Automakers – Global automakers are anticipating a decision from the U.S. President Donald Trump about imposing of tariffs on U.S. car and auto part imports.
Mercedes-Benz – Stricter emissions rules will hit Daimler’s profits in 2020 and 2021.
Continental – Top automotive suppliers Continental and Osram planned to cut more costs.
Continental – Continental and Osram have the plan to have deeper cost cuts after reporting weaker results on Tuesday.
HSBC Bank – British banking big names HSBC and RBS indicated they have launched new digital banking platforms.
International Airlines Group – IAG announced it cut its forecast for capacity growth for the next three years.
HSBC Bank – British banking leaders HSBC and RBS are introducing new digital banking platforms.
International Airlines Group scaled back its prediction for capacity growth for the next three years.
Toyota – Toyota stated that its net profit edged 1% higher in July-September.
Toyota – Toyota Motor Corp disclosed its plans for a $1.8 billion share buyback.
CVS – CVS Health reported that its third-quarter earnings beat Wall Street’s estimates.
CVS – CVS Health Corp forwarded a better-than-expected quarterly profit.
Smithfield – The world’s biggest pork producer, it will prioritize supplying its long-held U.S. customer base before directing meat for export to China.
Smithfield – Smithfield Foods announced it has used to slice up meats for American sandwiches and holiday dinners.
Bombardier: Aircraft builder Bombardier declared it is in "advanced talks" to sell its Northern Ireland operation.
GM – Recently, General Motors Co posted a stronger-than-expected quarterly profit on strong U.S. demand.