Shares in Japan's second-largest car maker slipped as much as 4.3% in early Tokyo trading. It recovered some of its losses by mid-morning and was down by about 1.4%.
So far this year, Nissan shares have fallen 20%.
The carmaker cut its sales forecast, expecting to sell 5.2 million cars for the fiscal year ending March 2020 ̵[ads1]1; 5.4% less than originally anticipated. It also reduced the forecast of operating profit for the whole year by 35%.