Hyundai shares ended the overnight Asian session lower, as the South Korean car maker announced a partnership with on demand transport firm, Grab. Uber rival Grab, is now available in eight south east Asian countries. read »2 weeks ago
Volkswagen shares are trading higher Monday a day after the German carmaker and AI tech specialist Nvidia, announced a new partnership. The tech firm is already in partnership with Tesla and Baidu and also announced another deal with Uber on autonomous car technology read »2 weeks ago
Ford shares are trading in the green Wednesday, as are GM shares, as both car makers announced upbeat sales in the final month of 2017. Both auto manufacturers’ December sales beat analyst’s forecasts and ended a disappointing year on a brighter note. read »3 weeks ago
Airbus shares opened lower Thursday, following news late Wednesday from Reuters, that the plane maker could axe production of its A380 plane if it can’t secure a new order from regular customer Emirates airlines. read »4 weeks ago
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