Security Type: Depository Receipt
Bid 33.03
Bid Size 3
Ask 33.05
Ask Size 2
Open 33.20
Day High 33.20
Day Low 33.0005
Previous Close 33.25
52-Week High 37.40
52-Week Low 28.61
Price Performance (Last 52 Weeks)-8.76%
Held by ETPs
Yes (8)
Volume 99,169
90-Day Average Volume 1,224,447
Primary Exchange NYSE
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    BULLET: YEN SUMMARY: Dollar-yen opened at Y119.84 having.....

    Market News Intl Fixed Income Bullets – 03/03/2015

    YEN SUMMARY: Dollar-yen opened at Y119.84 having declined from its early Asia high of Y120.27 to Y119.57 weighed down by profit taking after remarks from PM Abe's advisor Honda (HMC) warning about further yen weakness. Euro-yen traded at Y133.72 at the bottom end of its Y133.71-Y134.44 range weighed down additionally by another bout of euro weakness. The cross was mostly rangebound in a very lacklustre session largely confined to a Y133.70-90 band, but briefly dipped to Y133.68 before rallying to a US high of Y133.98. The dollar was more active as it struggled to hold onto recent gains with oil moving higher as well as stocks correcting lower from elevated levels. Dollar-yen initially drifted gently lower to Y119.67 but a break lower triggered another wave of long dollar liquidations at a faster pace to Y119.39 and then eventually Y119.38, with rallies limited to Y119.62/63. UST yields had been chopping around within the day's range but even when they rose to fresh daily highs the dollar didn't react as strongly as perhaps expected with supply capping at Y119.75. Rates Y119.72 and Y133.82 ET 1520

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    TABLE- Top-20 selling vehicles in U.S. in February

    Reuters – 03/03/2015

    March 3 (Reuters) - The following are the 20 top-selling vehicles in the U.S. in February as reported by the automakers and ranked by total units. RANK VEHICLE FEB 2015 FEB 2014 PCT CHNG 1 Ford F-Series P/U 55,236 55,882 -1.2 2 Chevy Silverado-C/K P/U 45,395 36,584 +24.1 3 Toyota Camry 32,942 28,998 +13.6 4 Ram P/U 31,298 29,303 +6.8 5 Nissan Altima 28,474 30,849 -7.7 6 Toyota Corolla 27,839 25,299 +10.0 7 Ford Fusion 22,732 23,898 -4.9 8 Honda CR-V 22,298 20,759 +7.4 9 Toyota RAV4 21,943 16,451 +33.4 10 Chevrolet Equinox 21,723 21,587 +0.6 11 Honda Accord 21,616 24,622 -12.2 12 Nissan Rogue 21,419 17,197 +24.6 13 Honda Civic 21,038 21,575 -2.5 14 Ford Escape 20,915 23,145 -9.6 15 Chevrolet Cruze 18,301 21,836 -16.2 16 Ford Explorer 17,027 12,921 +31.8 17 Chrysler 200 15,805 12,046 +31.2 18 Hyundai Elantra 15,708 16,393 -4.2 19 Nissan Sentra 15,354 12,339 +24.4 20 GMC Sierra P/U 15,157 14,232 +6.5 Top 20 selling vehicles in U.S. through February RANK VEHICLE YTD 2015 YTD 2014 PCT CHNG 1 Ford F-Series P/U 109,606 102,418 +7.0 2 Chevy Silverado-C/K P/U 81,501 65,510 +24.4 3 Ram P/U 59,916 54,374 +10.2 4 Toyota Camry 59,705 52,330 +14.1 5 Toyota Corolla 55,196 48,052 +14.9 6 Nissan Altima 54,882 53,364 +2.8 7 Honda CR-V 45,509 38,991 +16.7 8 Honda Accord 42,627 45,226 -5.7 9 Ford Fusion 42,426 44,615 -4.9 10 Toyota RAV4 41,767 33,331 +25.3 11 Chevrolet Equinox 41,278 36,134 +14.2 12 Ford Escape 40,969 42,604 -3.8 13 Honda Civic 39,737 43,399 -8.4 14 Nissan Rogue 37,068 31,028 +19.5 15 Chevrolet Cruze 36,994 38,664 -4.3 16 Ford Focus 32,497 27,929 +16.4 17 Ford Explorer 32,022 24,617 +30.1 18 Chrysler 200 29,962 22,958 +30.5 19 Nissan Sentra 29,749 21,466 +38.6 20 Hyundai Elantra 27,948 31,719 -11.9 (Compiled by Nagamani L in Bengaluru)

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    U.S. Auto Sales Lose Steam in February -- 4th Update

    DJ Business News – 03/03/2015

    Poor weather conditions modestly dented the pace of U.S. auto sales in February, but did little to sour America's increasing thirst for the trucks and SUVs that tend to be pricier than passenger cars. Several auto makers posted lower-than-expected volumes in February, but light-vehicle sales topped 1.2 million during the month, at least 5% higher than the same period in 2014, according to initial estimates. General Motors Co. (GM) and Toyota Motor Corp. (TM) were among the standouts,...

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    U.S. Auto Sales Lose Steam in February -- 3rd Update

    DJ Business News – 03/03/2015

    Auto makers reported Tuesday that U.S. sales lost steam in February, after a string of strong months, hurt by the bitter cold that crippled much of the country. Ford Motor Co. (F) said its sales fell 2% in February, while Toyota Motor Corp. (TM), Honda Motor Co. (HMC), Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCAU) and Nissan Motor Co. (NSANF) all posted sales growth that missed expectations. General Motors Co. (GM) was a stand out, posting a better-than-expected 4.2% increase as truck sales surged 36%.

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    Sluggish February U.S. car sales blamed on blustery weather

    Reuters – 03/03/2015

    For the second year in a row, ferocious winter weather slowed U.S. vehicle sales in February, causing the major automakers to miss analysts' bullish projections. Six of the top seven manufacturers on Tuesday reported year-to-year sales increases in February, but all fell short of expectations. "Mother Nature was just not nice to us," said Fred Diaz, U.S. chief for the Nissan brand.

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Honda Motor Co., Ltd. manufactures and sells motorcycles, automobiles, and power products. It operates through four segments: Motorcycle Business, Automobile Business, Financial Services Business, and Power Product and Other Businesses. The…

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HMC Industry Comparison:

HMCIndustry AveragePercentile
in Industry
Market Capitalization$59.93B$10.98B74th
Total Return (1 Year Annualized)
 
-6.52----
Beta (1 Year Annualized)0.92-0.4348th
EPS (TTM)
 
$2.94$6.1965th
Current Consensus EPS Estimate------
EPS Growth
(TTM vs. Prior TTM)
20.99%-11.23%88th
P/E (TTM)
11.3011.9025th
Dividend Yield (Annualized)
2.46%2.49%64th
Total Revenue (TTM)
$109.45B$162.61B65th
Revenue Growth
(TTM vs Prior TTM)
+3.58%+4.41%44th
Shares Outstanding1,802,288,0001,582,347,64890th
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1.09M----
Institutional Ownership2.93%16.79%44th

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