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Wednesday, 28 September 2022 03:24 GMT

Toyota stocks decrease amid reserving its conservative profit estimation

(MENAFN) Toyota Motor Corp. sustained its profit viewpoint for 2022, underlining the carmaker’s worries above its ability to manufacture cars after parts lacks, increasing material costs and epidemic disruptions in China, even as a weaker yen boosts income in its home currency.

Toyota stocks fell 3 percent after the world’s largest automaker kept its estimate for operating income of 2.4 trillion yen (USD18 billion) for the financial year through March, short of analysts’ average estimate of 3.3 trillion yen (nearly USD24.5 billion).

Semiconductor deficiencies, higher raw material prices as well as corona virus associated curbs in China have produced chaos at auto gathering lines through the world.

Even though the yen has dropped, Toyota managers declared that there are still "many uncertainties ahead,” such as downward pressure on the economy as well as possible interest rate hikes in other economies, "We are not confident enough to raise guidance.”


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