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Toyota Motor Corp (TM) - News
Tuesday's Analyst Moves: Apple Inc., Lockheed Martin Corporation, Ford Motor Company, More (AAPL, LMT, F, More)Sep 30, 2014Before Tuesday's opening bell, a number of big name dividend stocks were the subject of analyst moves. Below, we highlight the important analyst...
Toyota Motor Corp Recalling 6.39 Million Vehicles; Shares Sink (TM)Apr 9, 2014On Wednesday morning, Toyota Motor Company (TM) announced it is beginning a worldwide recall of 6.39 million vehicles due to several issues. The company is not aware of any accidents that have been caused by these issues. The vehicles affected include the Toyota Corolla, Matrix, Highlander, and Camry, as well as the Subaru Trezia and Pontiac Vibe. Of the vehicles being recalled, 2.34 million were sold in North America and 810,000 were sold in Europe. The issues with the cars include "seat rails, spiral cable assemblies for airbags, engine starters, steering-column brackets and windshield-wiper motors," according to Street Insider. The company has not said how much the recalls will cost or how it will affect the quarter's earnings. In February of this year, Toyota paid $1.2 billion in in fines to the U.S. government for holding back information regarding unintentional acceleration in some of its vehicles, which resulted in recalling more than 9 million vehicles. Toyota's announcement this morning comes amid a high profile investigation into General Motors (GM) , which has seen the company recall over 2.5 million cars due to faulty ignition switches, which have been linked to 13 deaths. Toyota stock was down $4.36, or 3.91%, in pre-market trading this morning. YTD, the company's stock is down 9.56%.
On Wednesday, Toyota Motor Corp (TM) announced that it would be buying back up to 360 billion yen ($3.5 billion) worth of shares, representing as...
Toyota Will Go to Trial for Vehicle Malfunctions (TM)Oct 8, 2013Toyota Motor Corp (TM) will face trial due to a vehicle acceleration issue that injured a woman in 2009. A U.S. District Judge ruled today that Toyota will stand trial in the case of a vehicle that suddenly accelerated and subsequently sped out of control. The lawsuit surrounds Toyota's failure to warn customers of the potential defect in the cars after the company recalled millions of vehicles surrounding the incident. Since the recall was first issued, the company has faced more than 500 individual lawsuits with a healthy 200 proposed class-action lawsuits. The last sudden acceleration case ended in a win for Toyota and the company noted that it feels there is overwhelming evidence showing that the vehicles were safe and reliable. Toyota shares were down $1.66, or -1.34%, at Tuesday's close. The stock is up 32.6% YTD.
The Bottom LineShares of Toyota Motor Corp (TM) are currently yielding 2.05% based on Tuesday's closing price of $123.68. Toyota Motor Corp (TM) is not recommended at this time, holding a Dividend.com DARS™ Rating of 3.3 out of 5 stars. Be sure to visit our complete recommended list of the Best Dividend Stocks, as well as a detailed explanation of our ratings system here.
Toyota Recalls 369,000 Vehicles Worldwide (TM)Sep 4, 2013On Wednesday, Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) reported that it is recalling 369,000 vehicles worldwide. The company is recalling 200,000 vehicles due to a hybrid-system issue and 169,000 additional vehicles for an engine bolt problem. Toyota reported that there have been no accidents reported due to these problems. The issue can cause an alarm to be set off and the hybrid to stop running. The first recall affects the Lexus RX400 and the Highlander models overseas. It also includes the Harrier and Kluger hybrids in Japan. There are 141,000 vehicles being recalled in the U.S. and 15,000 in Japan. The second recall includes the Lexus GS350, IS350, Crown and Mark X models. There are 106,000 vehicles affected in North America and 59,000 vehicles in affected in Japan. Toyota shares were mostly flat during Wednesday morning trading. The stock is up 33% YTD. The Bottom Line Shares of Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) have a 2.04% yield based on Tuesday's closing price of $124.30. Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) is not recommended at this time, holding a Dividend.com DARS™ Rating of 3.3 out of 5 stars. Be sure to visit our complete recommended list of the Best Dividend Stocks, as well as a detailed explanation of our ratings system here.
Toyota to Introduce Consumer Hydrogen Cars by 2015 (TM)Jun 27, 2013Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) has announced plans to bring a hydrogen fuel cell powered car to the consumer market as soon as 2015. The makers of the Prius are once again looking to shake up the auto industry standards, this time using a fuel source that generates electricity while emitting only water vapor. Toyota seems confident in its ability to not only produce a hydrogen fueled car, but to also price it at a consumer level. Hydrogen fuel cells were first popularized as a fossil fuel alternative for cars a decade ago, but after they proved too expensive to produce the idea, they fell out of style. Toyota shares were up $3.68, or 3.12%, by the end of Thursday trading. The stock is up 23% YTD. The Bottom Line Shares of Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) have a 2.08% yield based on Thursday's closing price of $121.74. Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) is not recommended at this time, holding a Dividend.com DARS™ Rating of 3.3 out of 5 stars. Be sure to visit our complete recommended list of the Best Dividend Stocks, as well as a detailed explanation of our ratings system here.
Toyota Recalls Hybrid Vehicles Due to Brake Defect (TM)Jun 5, 2013Shares of automobile company, Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) dropped on Wednesday morning following reports that the company will be recalling a quarter million hybrid vehicles due to defective brakes. The company received more than 90 complaints from drivers of Prius and Lexus hybrid cars and will now recall about 242,000 vehicles. The glitch in the vehicles allows nitrogen gas to leak into the brake fluid which makes the brakes less effective. There have been no reports of deaths or injuries related to this defect. The majority of recalls will be in Japan, where 117,000 cars are being recalled. There are 91,000 vehicles being recalled in North America and 30,000 in Europe. The recall will include the Prius that was manufactured between March and October 2009 and the Lexus HS 250h manufactured between June and October 2009. Toyota shares were down -$2.76, or -2.33% during premarket trading Wednesday. The stock is up 27% YTD. The Bottom Line Shares of Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) have a 1.23% yield, based on Tuesday's closing price of $118.26. Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) is not recommended at this time, holding a Dividend.com DARS™ Rating of 3.3 out of 5 stars. Be sure to visit our complete recommended list of the Best Dividend Stocks, as well as a detailed explanation of our ratings system here.
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Toyota Raises Fiscal 2013 Outlook; Q3 Profit Soars 23% as US and Japan Consumer Demand Rises (TM)Feb 5, 2013Early Tuesday the world's largest automobile manufacturer Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) posted a rise in third quarter net income and sales as the auto market started to show signs of improvement. The company also boosted its full year guidance. The Japan-based company reported a net income of 99.91 billion yen ($1.09 billion) in the quarter, which was up +23% from the same period a year earlier when Japan was still feeling the impact from the devastating tsunami. Despite the jump in profit, it missed the analyst view of 152.81 billion yen, according to data provider Quick. Sales for the quarter were up +9% to 5.3 trillion yen ($58 billion) versus the year-ago period. The company's results benefited from a surge of sales, especially in the US. Looking forward, TM raised its sales forecast for the fiscal year, which ends in March, to 21.8 trillion yen ($236 billion). This would be an increase of +17% from the previous year. Toyota should benefit from a stronger Japanese and US auto market, as well as a boost from favorable exchange rates as the Bank of Japan continues to weaken the yen in an attempt to boost the economy. Toyota shares were up $2.24, or +2.29%, during pre-market trading on Tuesday. The stock is up +27.93% over the past year. The Bottom Line Shares of TM have a dividend yield of 1.49% based on last night's closing price of $97.83 and the company's annualized dividend payout of $1.46 per share. Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) is not recommended at this time, holding a Dividend.com DARS™ Rating of 3.3 out of 5 stars. Be sure to visit our complete recommended list of the Best Dividend Stocks, as well as a detailed explanation of our ratings system here.