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Toyota Motor Corporation (TOYOF)

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13.07-0.31 (-2.32%)
At close: 03:56PM EDT
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Previous close13.38
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range13.07 - 13.48
52-week range13.07 - 21.45
Avg. volume67,600
Market cap177.747B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.59
PE ratio (TTM)9.68
EPS (TTM)1.35
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.44 (3.37%)
Ex-dividend date30 Mar 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Toyota Motor lowers October output target by 6.3%

    TOKYO (Reuters) -Toyota Motor Corp on Friday lowered its October production target by 6.3% to about 750,000 vehicles because of a shortage of semiconductors. The announcement comes about a week after the world's largest automaker by sales released its production target of about 800,000 vehicles globally for the next month, deepening worries that the chip shortage will continue to stymie production in the second half of the financial year to March 31. The Japanese automaker, however, on Friday said that its 9.7 million vehicle production target for the current financial year has not changed.

  • Reuters

    Toyota president calls meeting California zero-emissions requirements 'difficult'

    LAS VEGAS (Reuters) -Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda said California's new zero-emission requirements that seek to end sales of new gasoline-only vehicles by 2035 will be "difficult" to meet. "Realistically speaking, it seems rather difficult to really achieve them," Toyoda said on Thursday through a translator during a roundtable interview with reporters. Toyoda, who has led the company since 2009, defended Toyota's strategy and electric vehicle development plans, which have been criticized by some environmental groups and investors who want the company to move faster to adopt battery electric vehicles (BEVs).

  • Financial Times

    Why the value of my second-hand Toyota has risen tenfold in Japan

    For over seven years and just under 100,000km, we have driven our Noah hybrid like the unflashy workhorse Toyota intended it to be. In Japan, the costs of meeting the country’s rigorous shaken test — the 60-part roadworthiness checks carried out by government-authorised inspectors every two years — can ratchet into the thousands of dollars beyond a car’s seventh year (a deliberate policy to increase new car sales). As a result, says our dealer, if we ordered a brand-new Noah today it might arrive 13 months from now, if we are lucky.