Subaru Corp (7270.T)
18 Mar 2019
TOKYO Subaru Corp plans to recall around 2.3 million vehicles globally over a brake light problem, in what would be the automaker's biggest-ever recall as it grapples with a series of quality-related issues following rapid expansion. | Video
TOKYO, March 1 Tokyo's Nikkei share average surged to 2-1/2-month highs on futures buying after the dollar rose against the yen on the back of strong U.S. economic growth, giving Japanese exporters a boost.
TOKYO, March 1 Subaru Corp plans to recall around 2.3 million vehicles globally over a brake light problem, in what would be the automaker's biggest-ever recall as it grapples with a series of quality-related issues following rapid expansion.
TOKYO, March 1 Tokyo's Nikkei share average pulled ahead on futures buying after the dollar rose against the yen on the back of stronger-than-expected U.S. gross domestic product data, giving Japanese exporters a boost.
DETROIT, Feb 21 Consumer Reports on Thursday pulled a recommendation for Tesla Inc's Model 3, citing reliability problems, and the influential U.S. magazine turned up the pressure on other automakers to include crash-avoiding automatic braking as standard equipment.
DETROIT, Feb 21 Influential U.S. magazine Consumer Reports on Thursday turned up the pressure on automakers to include automatic emergency braking (AEB) as standard on new U.S. models by withholding its 2019 annual top vehicle picks from best-selling brands like General Motors Co's Chevrolet.
TOKYO Japan's Subaru Corp cut its full-year earnings forecast by 16 percent to flag its weakest profit in six years due to a production stoppage but its shares climbed 6 percent as some investors were optimistic the worst was over for the automaker.
* Sees FY operating profit 185 bln yen vs pvs forecast of 220 bln
* Subaru soars 6 pct as short-sellers seeing covering positions after earnings - traders
TOKYO, Feb 7 Subaru Corp slashed its full-year outlook on Thursday as the Japanese automaker struggled with production and issues stemming from a defect in one of its components.