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An electric Ford truck is displayed during the Electrify Expo D.C. in Washington, D.C., on July 23, 2023. Ford Motor is ending a controversial electric vehicle dealership program that initially asked store owners to invest upward of $1 million to sell EVs. That's led to automakers delaying or canceling future electric vehicles and investments. "The world has changed," Marin Gjaja, chief operating officer of Ford's Model E electric vehicle business, said Thursday during a media briefing. Instead, Ford will open EV sales to all of its dealers in an attempt to grow sales of its all-electric cars and trucks.
Persons: Jim Farley, That's, Marin Gjaja, Gjaja, Ford Organizations: Washington , D.C, Ford Locations: Washington ,
The impact on China’s EV makers will vary depending on the level of tariff and each company’s cost structure. “One critical issue for China is that the EU accounted for 38% of China’s EV exports in 2023,” Sebastian said. In February, nine government agencies, including the Commerce Ministry and the central bank, vowed to provide support to accelerate Chinese EV makers’ global push. Tesla prices to riseIn contrast to BYD, state-owned carmaker SAIC is in a “disastrous” situation facing 38.1% in additional tariffs, according to Sebastian. Soula said China could retaliate by imposing tariffs on some European goods such as luxury cars, premium brandies or airplane parts.
Persons: Hong Kong CNN —, BYD, Tesla, Gregor Sebastian, , ” Sebastian, Etienne Soula, It’s, Sebastian, Geely, Andrew Bergbaum, don’t, Soula Organizations: Hong Kong CNN, European Union, EV, China’s, Alliance, Democracy, German Marshall Fund of, Commerce Ministry, SAIC, Volvo, European Commission, UBS, EU Locations: China, Hong Kong, European, Europe, Beijing, Asia, Brazil, Turkey, United States, EU, America, Shanghai, Hungary, Italy, Spain
New York CNN —Elon Musk said late on Wednesday that Tesla shareholders have re-approved a pay package worth billions that was already thrown out by a Delaware judge earlier this year in a vote that also approved moving Tesla to Texas. “Both Tesla shareholder resolutions are currently passing by wide margins! He famously bought social media platform Twitter for $44 billion in 2022, selling $22.9 billion of his Tesla shares to help fund that purchase. But perhaps a more serious concern among Tesla shareholders is the pioneering electric car company itself. Even with Musk’s pay package again endorsed by shareholders, the Delaware court could still have the final say.
Persons: New York CNN — Elon Musk, Musk, , Tesla, Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick, Antonio Gracias, Musk’s, Todd Maron, , McCormick, ” Tesla, Robyn Denholm, Elon, ” Denholm, Cathie Wood, Ark, Ron Baron, Baron Capital, “ Elon, ’ ”, he’s, X, retweeted Organizations: New, New York CNN, Securities and Exchange Commission, SpaceX, Neuralink, Boring Company, Elon, Ark Invest, Baron, California, Fund, Twitter, Tesla Locations: New York, Delaware, Texas, Norwegian, Tesla
3 risks to global economic growth
  + stars: | 2024-06-13 | by ( Krystal Hur | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +7 min
The World Bank on Tuesday raised its 2024 outlook for global economic growth to hold steady at 2.6%, an increase from its previous projection of 2.4% growth. “Four years after the upheavals caused by the pandemic, conflicts, inflation, and monetary tightening, it appears that global economic growth is steadying,” Indermit Gill, the World Bank’s chief economist, said in a release accompanying the report. Prospects for the world’s poorest economies are even more worrisome.”Here are three risks the World Bank sees. The World Bank said that spillover risk from the Russia-Ukraine war and Israel-Hamas war could curb global growth by pushing up oil prices and shipping costs. Trade tensions are already brewing between some of the world’s biggest global economic engines.
Persons: ” Indermit Gill, Jerome Powell, , Ayhan Kose, Danielle Wiener, Bronner, Joe Erlinger, aren’t, TikTok, John S, James L, Donald Trump, Joe Biden’s, Biden Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN, Bank, World Bank, European Central Bank and Bank of Canada, US Federal Reserve, European Commission, EU, Bureau of Labor Statistics, McDonald’s, Pew Research Center, Knight Foundation, TikTok Locations: New York, Russia, Ukraine, Israel, India, Mexico, United States, France, United Kingdom, China, Beijing
Geologist M. King Hubbert developed the "peak oil" theory in the 1950s. He famously projected that U.S. oil production would peak between 1965 and 1970, which seemed accurate as U.S. oil production did peak around 1970. Hubbert's prediction about the U.S. oil production peak was largely accurate for conventional oil production. Still, global oil production has not followed Hubbert's anticipated timeline due to discoveries, technological advancements, and new extraction techniques. Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and deep-water drilling have significantly increased oil production beyond what was initially thought possible.
Persons: M, King Hubbert, Hubbert, Hubbert's, I've, Ford Organizations: Federal Electric Vehicle, ICE, GM, Ford, Trade Locations: United States, California
The head of OPEC said Thursday the world will need to invest in fossil fuels for decades to come in order to prevent an energy shortage, dismissing predictions that oil demand will peak in the near future. The OPEC chief called for "continued oil industry investment, today, tomorrow, and many decades into the future given the products derived from crude oil are essential for our daily lives." Oil supply capacity will rise to 114 million per day by 2030, 8 million barrels more than global demand, according to the IEA. Deutsche Bank and Citi, however, see OPEC coming under pressure in the coming years. Citi analysts see a substantial oil surplus in 2025 as production keeps growing in North America, Brazil and Guyana, while demand slows due to energy efficiency improvements and electric vehicle adoption.
Persons: Haitham Al Ghais, Al Ghais, Fatih Birol, OPEC's Al Ghais, Helima, Croft, I'm, Robert McNally, McNally, EVs, Michael Hsueh Organizations: OPEC, International Energy Agency, IEA, IEA ., RBC Capital Markets, Rapidan Energy, Deutsche Bank, Citi, Brent Locations: China, India, North America, Europe, Northeast Asia, Asia, U.S, OPEC, Brazil, Guyana
Ford is ending a controversial program that required dealers to invest between $500,000 and $1 million to sell EVs. EV sales are now open to all Ford dealers without certification requirements. The change comes after Ford over-estimated EV sales growth. AdvertisementFord dealers no longer need to invest up to $1 million in order to sell electric vehicles. Ford dealers will no longer be required to invest in certification to get EVs on their lot, opening battery-electric sales to Ford's entire dealership network — a move Gjaja said is designed to grow Ford's EV sales.
Persons: Ford, , Marin Gjaja, Gjaja Organizations: Ford, Service, EV, CNBC, Business
Massimo Pinca | ReutersDETROIT – Since spearheading a merger to create Stellantis in 2021, CEO Carlos Tavares has been on a cost-cutting mission. "We are not in the race to transition to EVs, but in a race to cut cost on EVs," Tavares said in late May during a Bernstein investor conference. The cuts are part of Stellantis' strategic plan to increase profits and double revenue to 300 billion euros by 2030. Executives on Thursday will outline developments across Stellantis' regions and businesses, including its capital and operational disciplines, according to Stellantis CFO Natalie Knight. "The share price reaction to the [capital markets day] will likely be driven by how these short-term concerns are addressed.
Persons: Carlos Tavares, Massimo Pinca, Tavares, " Tavares, Stellantis, Ned Curic, EVs, I've, Natalie Knight, David Dee Delgado, Ram, China's, Patrick Hummel Organizations: Reuters DETROIT, Atlantic, PSA Groupe, Fiat Chrysler, Ram, CNBC, Amazon, New York, Auto, Reuters, Cox Automotive, UBS, GM, Ford Locations: Turin, Italy, U.S, Auburn Hills , Michigan, Manhattan , New York, China
The federal government has issued more than $1 billion in tax credits as an upfront cash incentive to buyers of electric vehicles, the U.S. Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service said Wednesday. The Inflation Reduction Act created a mechanism whereby tax credits for buyers of new and used EVs — worth up to $7,500 and $4,000, respectively — could be delivered by car dealers at the point of sale. Previously, consumers had to wait until filing their annual tax return, perhaps months or more than a year after their vehicle purchase, to get the federal credit. Americans can now also get the EV tax credit upfront regardless of their federal tax liability, which wasn't the case prior to 2024. "This has never been done before," Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo said during a press call.
Persons: , Wally Adeyemo, expats, Biden, Adeyemo Organizations: U.S . Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service, Finance, Trump
The Fisker Ocean electric sports utility vehicle (SUV) during AutoMobility LA ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021. Electric vehicle startup Fisker announced on Wednesday that it is recalling thousands of Ocean SUVs in North America and Europe due to issues with vehicle software and will roll out an over-the-air software update. The company recalled 11,201 Oceans across the U.S., Canada, and Europe due to safety issues. The company said the vehicles do not currently comply with federal vehicle safety standards related to gauges and telltale icons in the cluster display. The company said it informed its dealers of the recalls on May 30 and will notify owners by June 30.
Persons: Fisker, Fisker's Organizations: Los Angeles Auto, Electric, Motor Control Unit, Vehicle Control Unit, Fisker, Reuters, New York Stock Exchange Locations: Los Angeles , California, U.S, North America, Europe, Canada
CNBC Daily Open: Fed watch, Apple pops
  + stars: | 2024-06-12 | by ( Abid Ali | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +3 min
This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Siri will get an upgrade with Apple Intelligence and the company will partner with OpenAI, giving users access to ChatGPT. The company's shares rose 1.3% after the automaker announced plans to buy back $6 billion of stock. While many analysts expect Apple's new AI offering to push consumers to buy new iPhones, not all analysts are convinced.
Persons: Siri, OpenAI, Morgan Stanley, Elon Musk, Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, Paul Jacobson Organizations: CNBC, Nasdaq, Nvidia, Apple, Dow Jones, Treasury, OPEC, Apple Intelligence, OpenAI, GM, Motors Locations: San Francisco
AdvertisementA Fisker spokesperson said it would be "unfair" to compare the two companies. A Fisker spokesperson denied comments that Henrik took on a more passive role and said he was "deeply involved." AdvertisementA Fisker spokesperson said Magna was responsible for testing and releasing the Ocean and it had been fully certified by regulators in the US and Europe. But in the year since the Ocean's release, the company has delivered around 7,000 vehicles, a Fisker spokesperson said. A Fisker spokesperson pushed back on the comments questioning Henrik's business prowess.
Persons: , Henrik Fisker, Wendy Gruel's, Geeta Gupta, Gupta, Henrik Fisker's, James Bond, Henrik, Fisker, Rivian, Tesla, Phil McCarten, Magna, hadn't, YouTuber, Marques Brownlee, Kurt Mechling, he'd, they'd Organizations: Service, Business, TechCrunch, Aston Martin, BMW Z8, Magna International, Fisker Inc, Apollo Global Management, Tesla, Ford, GM, Magna, Reuters, Fisker, Business Insider, Engineers, Traffic Safety Administration, NHTSA, Technicians, California Bureau of Automotive, BI, New York Stock Exchange Locations: Fisker, Europe, California, Graz, Austria, Panera
CNBC Daily Open: Apple shares pop, Musk drops OpenAI lawsuit
  + stars: | 2024-06-12 | by ( Abid Ali | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +4 min
CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Musk drops OpenAI suit Elon Musk dropped his lawsuit against OpenAI, CEO Sam Altman and President Greg Brockman, which alleged breach of contract and fiduciary duty. Apple pops Apple 's shares rose to a record high a day after it announced its push into artificial intelligence. Get the CNBC Daily Open report in your inbox every morning and keep up to date with the markets wherever you are. For more, CNBC's Jeff Cox explains there could be a huge impact from the consumer price index and the Fed meeting.
Persons: Paul Jacobson, Elon Musk, Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, Siri, OpenAI, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, David Malpass, Dennis Lockhart, Jeff Cox, — CNBC's Lim Hui Jie, Lisa Kailai Han, Alex Harring, Spencer Kimball, Hayden Field, Samantha Subin, Ashley Capoot, Michael Wayland Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, CNBC, General Motors, GM, OpenAI, Microsoft, Apple, Apple Intelligence, Federal Reserve, Brent, Bank, Biden, Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Atlanta Fed Locations: New York City, U.S, San Francisco
General Motors approved yet another stock buyback — adding to our frustration that portfolio name Ford has yet to embark on a repurchase program of its own. GM on Tuesday announced a new $6 billion buyback — weeks before its November $10 billion repurchase authorization is set to be completed. "I'm very upset with Ford," Jim Cramer said during the Morning Meeting for Club members. While encouraged by Ford's successful pivot, we believe a sizeable stock buyback would be a catalyst for Ford shares as it has been for GM. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
Persons: Ford, Jim Cramer, Mary Barra, GM's buyback, John Lawler, repurchases, . Ford, Ford's, Jim Cramer's, Jim, Danielle DeVries Organizations: Motors, Ford, GM, Club, CNBC, Deutsche Bank, New York Locations: .
DETROIT – General Motors is trimming its expected sales and production of all-electric vehicles this year, as U.S. adoption of EVs occurs slower than expected. GM Chief Financial Officer Paul Jacobson said the company now expects production of 200,000 to 250,000 EVs this year, down from a previously announced range of 200,000 to 300,000. Jacobson said GM expects EVs to make up 8% of U.S. sales industrywide this year. GM expects its EVs to be profitable on a production, or contribution-margin basis, once it reaches production of 200,000 units. EV sales totaled 16,425 units, or 2.8% of the automaker's overall sales during the period.
Persons: Paul Jacobson, Jacobson, EVs Organizations: DETROIT, GM, Deutsche Bank Locations: North America
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailPotential EU tariffs on Chinese EVs won't have much impact, strategist saysAnthony Sassine, senior investment strategist at KraneShares, says Chinese manufacturers "are so efficient, are so ahead of the curve, that tariffs like this I don't think will impact too much the pricing here."
Persons: Anthony Sassine
Affirm Holdings – The stock popped nearly 7% following the announcement that its buy now, pay later loans will be embedded into Apple Pay as an option for purchases. U.S. Apple Pay users on iPhones and iPads will be able to use the option later this year, the company said in a filing. General Motors – The automaker's stock added about 2% after announcing a $6 billion share repurchase program. Apple – The stock jumped around 6% one day after the iPhone maker announced its artificial intelligence strategy at its Worldwide Developers Conference . GameStop – The stock rose about 2%, trimming losses after its recent slide.
Persons: General Motors, Siri, Keith Gill, Pierre Brondeau, Mark Douglas, Ronaldo Pereira, Elliott, Lee Cole, FactSet, , Alex Harring, Samantha Subin, Lisa Kailai Han, Pia Singh, Sarah Min, Jesse Pound Organizations: Apple Pay, Apple, General, GM, Worldwide Developers, OpenAI, GameStop, FMC, JPMorgan, Reuters, Apollo, Kyndryl Holdings, Southwest Airlines –, Academy Sports, Bank of America Locations: Southwest
TOPSHOT - People look at a BYD Seagull car by Chinese electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer BYD Auto at the Bangkok International Motor Show in Nonthaburi on March 27, 2024. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP) (Photo by LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA/AFP via Getty Images)The European Union is expected to reveal its tariff rate plan for Chinese electric vehicles this week, as the bloc cracks down on low-priced, subsidized imports. The EU has a standard 10% duty on imported EVs, but is set to provisionally raise those fees for Chinese EVs starting July 4. Citi analysts on Monday said the tariff rate could be "hiked to ~25-30% from 10% currently, while our risk scenario (40% probability) envisages a hike in the tariff rate to 30-50%." Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, saw her party – the European People's Party – gaining seats on Sunday.
Persons: Lillian SUWANRUMPHA, LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA, Anthony Sassine, Ursula von der Leyen, Von der Leyen Organizations: BYD Auto, Getty, EU, EVs, Citi, European Commission, European People's Party Locations: Bangkok, Nonthaburi, AFP, Beijing
While EV sales fell in the first quarter of 2024 by more than 15% compared to the previous three months — their first drop since 2020 — hybrid sales are booming. But Kia sees hybrids as an opportunity to get potential BEV buyers in the door. AdvertisementBut if you look at the largest and arguably most important segment these days, compact SUVs, hybrids account for nearly one-fifth of sales, Kosowski said. AdvertisementFor Kia, building hybrids instead of EVs affects its bottom line beyond the revenue it generates. EVs cost substantially more to build than ICE and hybrid vehicles.
Persons: , Steve Kosowski, Kia, Kosowski, Kia Niro, ROBIN TRAJANO, BEV, ZEV Organizations: Service, Business, Long, Kia Motors America, EV, Kia, ICE Locations: PWC
General Motors is turning to Costco's Auto Program to help it sell more EVs. An executive told CNBC selling EVs to Costco's 50 million members was a "huge opportunity" for GM. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementGeneral Motors is turning to Costco to help it sell more EVs. GM North America President Marissa West told CNBC she saw a "huge opportunity" to sell EVs to Costco's 50 million-plus US membership base and that GM was exploring new ways to build its partnership with the wholesaler.
Persons: , Marissa West Organizations: Motors, Auto Program, CNBC, GM, Service, Costco, Detroit, Costco's Auto Program, GM North America, Business
New York CNN —Tesla’s controversial CEO Elon Musk, and his massive wealth, are front and center in a shareholder vote this coming week. Now, Musk and the board want Tesla shareholders not only to vote again to give him back those stock options, but to relocate Tesla away from the judge’s state entirely. Despite the widespread support among shareholders back in 2018 for Musk’s pay package, the Tesla board seems to be scrambling to shore-up support for this month’s vote. But perhaps a more serious concern among Tesla shareholders is problems faced by the electric car pioneer itself. “When Tesla achieved targeted earnings, revenues, and market cap metrics, Tesla’s shareholders benefitted greatly.
Persons: New York CNN —, Elon Musk, Tesla, Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick, ” McCormick, “ Musk, McCormick, ” Tesla, Robyn Denholm, Elon, ” Rather, , ” Denholm, , he’s, Dan Ives, it’s, they’re, Ives, Neuralink, Musk, ” Ives, Ron Baron, Baron Capital, ” Baron, Glass Lewis Organizations: New, New York CNN, SEC, Musk, Elon, Twitter, Wedbush Securities, SpaceX, The Boring Company, Baron, Institutional, Services Locations: New York, Delaware, Texas, Tesla’s Texas,
While missing a host of brands, this year's edition of the Los Angeles Auto Show debuted a range of new models. But at least one automaker says it is ramping up its North American EV strategy in 2024: Honda Motor Company. Honda's EV moves come against the backdrop of EV pullbacks from other major auto manufacturers; and in some cases, shelved EV plans altogether. GM itself is playing a key role in the first mass-market EV Honda is introducing, the Prologue. The All-Electric Acura ZDX is displayed during the 2023 Los Angeles Auto Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center on November 24, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.
Persons: Josh Lefkowitz, Ford, Bob Nelson, Nelson, BEV, It's, Honda, Cliff Banks, Banks, Mary Barra, Jenni Newman, Kelley Blue, Tesla, Newman Organizations: Angeles Auto, Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles Auto, Getty, Honda Motor Company, Canadian EV, pullbacks, GM, American Honda Motor Co, Honda, EVs, Banks, Auto, NBC News, EV Honda, Acura, Subaru Locations: Los Angeles , California, Canadian, Ohio, American, Canada
Demand for electric vehicles has slowed in recent months amid a lack of cheaper options, and carmakers are now scrambling to develop more affordable EVs. AdvertisementLuckily for these consumers, the next few years should see a range of more affordable electric vehicles released. Here are some other new affordable EV options coming soon:Volvo EX30The Volvo EX30 goes on sale in the US this summer. picture alliance/Getty ImagesGerman automaker VW abandoned plans to build affordable EVs with European rival Renault last month, and is planning to go solo. Elliot Ross Studio, INCRivian founder RJ Scaringe pulled off a Steve Jobs-style "one more thing" when he unveiled two new affordable EVs in March.
Persons: , John Keeble, Kia EV3, Josh Lefkowitz, Kia, Elliot Ross, RJ Scaringe, Steve Jobs, Tesla, Rivian, Scaringe Organizations: Service, Business, Ford, Nissan, Volvo, Reuters, Kia, Hyundai, EV, BI, Getty, GM, Equinox, US, VW, Volkswagen, Renault, Elliot Ross Studio, INC Rivian, Tesla Locations: Edmunds, Korean, Korea, Europe, Anadolu
CNN —Lydia Wu had never driven an electric vehicle before she rented a car from Avis last February. Rental car companies may have overestimated their customers’ readiness for a switch, though. In my case, I’ve rented EVs from Turo, a peer-to-peer car rental platform that’s sort of like Airbnb but for cars. Customer service as keyJoulez, an EV rental company, rents its fleet through its own website as well as through Turo. But not everyone has such a bad time when renting an EV from a big rental car company.
Persons: Lydia Wu, Wu, EVs, Hertz, Stephen Scherr, it’s, ” Hertz, Doug Jensen, Tesla, , , ” Wu, I’ve, Micah Bergdale, they’re, Joulez, Jay Waldron, Waldron, Kia Organizations: CNN, Avis, Cox Automotive, Tesla, General Motors, Hertz, Kia, EV, Turo, Hyundai Kona EV, National Locations: Kansas City , Kansas, Hertz, San Diego, it’s, Polestar, New York City, , Turo, Georgia, Washington, DC
President Joe Biden's administration on Friday finalized tighter fuel economy rules for trucks and sport utility vehicles through 2031 that are not as stringent as it first proposed, a federal agency said. Last year, NHTSA said its proposal to hike fuel economy standards through 2032 would cost the industry $14 billion in projected fines. In June 2023, Reuters first reported Stellantis and GM paid a total of $363 million in CAFE fines for failing to meet U.S. fuel economy requirements for prior model years. NHTSA said the rule will hike fuel economy to about 50.4 miles per gallon by 2031 from 29.1 mpg currently. "Those fines wouldn't have produced any environmental benefits or additional fuel economy and would've foolishly diverted automaker capital away from the massive investments required by the electric vehicle transition," Bozzella said.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Biden, John Bozzella, Bozzella, Dan Becker Organizations: Traffic Safety Administration, Detroit, NHTSA, General Motors, Chrysler, Ford Motor, Reuters, Alliance for Automotive Innovation, Center, Transport
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