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GATX Corporation is a global railcar lessor, owning fleets in North America, Europe, and Asia. In addition, the Company operates fleet of the United States-flagged vessels on the Great Lakes and jointly with Rolls-Royce plc, it owns aircraft spare engine lease portfolios in the world. It operates through three business segments: Rail North America, Rail International and Portfolio Management. It approximately owns a fleet of 147,000 railcars. It offers customers leasing, maintenance, asset, financial, and management expertise. It leases tank cars, freight cars, and locomotives in North America, tank cars and freight cars in Europe and freight cars in India and Russia. The Company's rail customers primarily operate in the petroleum, chemical, food/agriculture and transportation industries. Its railcar fleet consists of diverse railcar types that its customers use to ship more than 600 different commodities.

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UPDATE: Biden infrastructure plan includes pitch for electric vehicle rebates -- Tesla, GM, Nikola shares gain

10:39 am ET April 3, 2021 (MarketWatch)

Rachel Koning Beals

Biden is proposing a $174 billion investment 'to win the EV market'

The Biden administration will ask Congress to extend incentives that have spurred a U.S. electric-vehicle market that still trails EV adoption in economic rival China.

The proposed extension for breaks on EV purchases is part of a $2.25 trillion infrastructure and stimulus blueprint called "The American Jobs Plan" that Biden is set to announce in Pittsburgh Wednesday afternoon, some details of which the White House has released (

Biden's proposal includes long-expected updates to roads, airports and other portions of U.S. infrastructure, but as part of his campaign promise, the plan looks to move the needle on fighting climate change. In addition to giving a boost to EV purchases, the plan calls for more charging infrastructure and electric school buses. Republicans in Congress say they're worried ( the corporate tax proposals to fund the plan could slow an economy pulling out of the COVID-19 slump.

Read:Wall Street is pricing in $4 trillion of infrastructure spending. Here are the stocks that could benefit, according to Bank of America (

And:These are the stocks for playing Biden's infrastructure push, analysts say (

Rebates and tax credit extension

Consumers and investors will note that Biden is asking Congress to sustain tax incentives that encourage more motorists to buy EVs. Those tax credits are currently valued at as much as $7,500 per purchase, but Tesla Inc.(TSLA) and General Motors Co. (GM) have already passed an existing 200,000-per-manufacturer ceiling at which the value of those credits phases down.

Biden is asking Congress to "give consumers point-of-sale rebates and tax incentives to buy American-made EVs, while ensuring that these vehicles are affordable for all families and manufactured by workers with good jobs," the White House said.

Sen. Debbie Stabenow and Rep. Dan Kildee, both Democrats from legacy auto state Michigan, are working with the White House and Democratic leadership on a plan to drop the 200,000-vehicle ceiling.

Read:These infrastructure stocks could rise up to 41% in a year on Biden's massive spending plan, analysts say (

Washington has also been mulling a change to the current tax-incentive structure to better target the tax credit to middle- and lower-income car owners -- a shift that was part of the Biden campaign's tax plans, according to the Tax Policy Center.

U.S. market share of plug-in EV sales is one-third the size of the Chinese EV market.

"The president believes that must change. He is proposing a $174 billion investment to win the EV market," the White House said in its release. "His plan will enable automakers to spur domestic supply chains from raw materials to parts, retool factories to compete globally and support American workers to make batteries and EVs."

Automakers are expected to cheer the proposal as they've tried and failed ( in the recent past to secure the EV tax credit extension with lobbying efforts.

Market reaction

"With potentially $200 billion or about 10% of this plan towards electric vehicle initiatives based on chatter out of the Beltway, we believe the Street ultimately needs to see two components to pass through the House and get enacted to 'change the game' for the EV sector in the U.S.," said Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives.

"First, an expansion of the tax credits currently valued at $7,500 for EV vehicles to the $10,000 range or potentially higher in a tiered system. Other point-of-sale rebates could also be put into this wide ranging infrastructure bill to catalyze consumers to head down the EV path," Ives said. "Second, we expect to see a lifting of the 200,000-per-manufacturer ceiling on the credits being phased out which will restore the EV tax credits for stalwarts Tesla and GM."

Tesla shares, which had surged some 580% over the past year, have retreated early in 2021, down about 7% for the year to date. The stock was up 3% Wednesday as the EV incentive news hit markets.

Not to be left behind, legacy automakers have boosted investment in EVs and autonomous vehicles. In fact, GM has said it will phase out internal combustion engine vehicles within 15 years.

"Battery life is only going to be extended and with the trillions being invested globally by all those supporting the electrification of the transportation system the infrastructure for widespread adoption and usage of EV technology is only going to increase," Blue Horizon analyst John Mitchel told MarketWatch's Claudia Assis.

Don't miss:Billions poured into electric-vehicle companies, but much more will be needed before the auto industry changes (

GM shares are up 199% over the past year and up 38% in the year to date. Truck-focused EV stocks Nikola Corp.(NKLA) and Workhorse Group Inc. (WKHS) have also seen high-flying gains cool early in 2021.

The Global X Autonomous & Electric Vehicles ETF(DRIV) was trading higher early Wednesday.

Growth stocks -- with EV counted in the group -- have been hit by a rotation into value stocks that include airlines and restaurants, particularly as COVID-19 vaccinations spread.

Barron's: Tesla Stock Target Cut by Analyst Because Old Auto Makers Have More in the Tank (

Other tax-based incentives for climate change laid out in Biden's Wednesday announcement included the proposed expansion of a tax credit to create underground storage for carbon capture and an investment tax credit focused on electric transmission. Biden's initiative would also give a 10-year extension to tax credits that have been a boon to wind, solar and other renewable energy projects.

-Rachel Koning Beals; 415-439-6400;


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