Mazda's stock surgesIan Rowley
It’s been a miserable few months for Japan’s automakers and Mazda is no exception. On Mar. 3, its stock reached a three-decade low amid concerns over its finances. Like all Japanese automakers, Mazda has been hurting due to the strong yen and slumping global demand for cars. Last month, Mazda reversed projections for a profit and said it would join Toyota, Nissan and others and make an annual loss.
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