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    Green: Wall Street still irrationally exuberant over Tesla shares

    In a world where electric cars are far from the norm, it seems odd to us laypeople that you can't buy a share of Tesla stock (ticker symbol TSLA) for less than $230. But a research note issued Monday from Goldman Sach's respected team of auto industry analysts (seen in PDF form in our gallery) ...

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    Why analysts are wary of Toyota's fortunes

    Goldman Sachs Japan isn't exactly painting a rosy picture for the future of Toyota. The investment group says the automaker isn't recovering from the automotive implosion as quickly as its competitors. As a result, the predictions regarding the company's return to pre-sales-collapse figures have ...

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    Porsche and Piech companies to own about half of post-merger VW?

    Porsche's merger with Volkswagen is a step back from Porsche taking outright control of VW, something the automaker has been fighting various German entities to do for over a year. The willingness to co-exist is being put down to Porsche's debt levels, which can't be easy to refinance when banks ...

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    Is $200/barrel oil around the corner?

    After months of outrageous oil price spikes, we realize that the shock value of $100 to $105/barrel is fading fast, so we're going to skip ahead to $200/barrel. The finance wizards at Goldman Sachs have raised their outlook for 2008-2012 oil prices by $15 to a high end of $135 per barrel, but a ...

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    Q4 for Ford will be even worse, stock prices still rise

    Oh boy. It looks like the $5.8 billion loss Ford just reported isn't the end of the red ink for the foreseeable future. On Oct. 23, new Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan Mulally had to announce those huge third-quarter losses, the biggest quarterly loss since 1992. The Premier Automotive Group (the luxury ...

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    General Motors sells 78-percent stake in GMAC Commercial Holdings Corp.

    In an effort to firm up its finanaces, General Motors announced today that it has sold a majority interest in GMAC Commercial Holdings Corp. from the company's financing division, GMAC (General Motors Acceptance Corp.). Word is that GM sold 78-percent of its equity in its Commercial Holding Corp. ...


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