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  • HMC's 30 day story count now stands at 52.
  • Over the past 28 days, the trend for HMC's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 9.
  • The most mentioned tickers in articles about HMC are PACK, AG and BRP.

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‘The noise and the exhaust smell …I knew it was bad’: Catalytic converter thefts are rising, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic

Nothing will make your heart sink faster than turning on your car and hearing the ungodly rumbling noise that comes when your catalytic converter has been stolen. The surge has been fueled in part by skyrocketing prices for the precious metals contained within the part, which is a key part of a car’s emission’s system. “The noise and the exhaust smell — I had no idea what it was, but I knew it was bad,” said actor Cameran Hebb, who had the catalytic converter stolen from her Toyota Prius last summer.

Yahoo | November 21, 2021

UPDATE 1-Are auto shows dead after pandemic? LA shows some life

The 2019 Los Angeles auto show featured a parade of vehicle debuts, a flurry of press conferences and other events in the opening two days, along with hundreds of thousands of people eager to see new cars. The Los Angeles Auto Show, the first major U.S. auto show since the start of the pandemic, kicked off on Wednesday with a single day of press events, with some automakers even skipping the show. The show illustrates how the pandemic has accelerated automakers' shift toward the online world, as consumers buy more vehicles on the internet, though many still favor in-person visits.

Yahoo | November 19, 2021

UPDATE 1-Detroit's Big Three automakers lag industry on fuel economy

Detroit's Big Three automakers, General Motors, Ford Motor Co and Chrysler parent Stellantis lag other automakers in fuel economy performance as they sell a rising number of large trucks and SUVs, a government report released on Friday shows. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said fuel economy for new vehicles hit a high in the 2020 model year at 25.4 miles per gallon but added that projected industry fuel economy for the 2021 model year will decline to 25.3 mpg.

Yahoo | November 19, 2021

Are auto shows dead after pandemic? LA shows some life

The 2019 Los Angeles auto show featured a parade of vehicle debuts, a flurry of press conferences and other events in the opening two days, along with hundreds of thousands of people eager to see new cars. The Los Angeles Auto Show, the first major U.S. auto show since the start of the pandemic, kicked off on Wednesday with a single day of press events, with some automakers even skipping the show. The show illustrates how the pandemic has accelerated automakers' shift toward the online world, as consumers buy more vehicles on the internet, though many still favor in-person visits.

Yahoo | November 19, 2021

Honda's Japan car output to return to normal capacity in December

Honda Motor Co said on Thursday its Japanese car factories will return to normal operations in December, after working at around 90% capacity this month due to a shortage of chips and supply disruptions from COVID-19 lockdowns overseas. The two domestic production sites will return to normal capacity in the first half of December, Honda said in a statement.

Yahoo | November 18, 2021

Lucid Stock Is Nothing Like TSLA Stock as the Long-Term Case Is Spotty

Lucid is a higher class, premium EV that sets itself apart from the Tesla market, and the rave reviews are a great start.

Chris Lau on InvestorPlace | November 16, 2021

Honda Motor asks parts suppliers to reduce carbon emissions, Nikkei reports

TOKYO (Reuters) -Honda Motor has asked its main parts suppliers to reduce carbon emissions annually by 4% versus 2019 levels, the Nikkei daily reported on Tuesday. Honda's move comes after Toyota, another Japanese carmaker, in June said it had asked its parts suppliers to reduce carbon emissions. A Honda spokesperson said the company was working to achieve carbon neutrality, including with suppliers, and had requested them to reduce carbon emissions.

Yahoo | November 16, 2021

3 Battery Metal Stocks to Buy as EV Players Fight for Materials

The electric vehicle boom is only accelerating, boosting battery metal stocks.

Ian Cooper on InvestorPlace | November 15, 2021

Used cars prices ‘continue to go up,’ Shift co-founder explains

Shift Co-founder and Co-CEO George Arison joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss how demand for used cars remains very high.

Yahoo | November 15, 2021

Why EV startups are commanding such high valuations

Yahoo Finance’s Rick Newman explains the state of the auto market as EV startups battle against legacy automakers for growth in the electric vehicle market.

Yahoo | November 11, 2021


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