There is only two manufactirers, GM and Ford. Only one went thrue the recession, FORD. How can those
supposely analysis can judge the performance of FORD when the two players don't have the same rules?
GM is issued from money from Government after taking all the money from shareholders. Maybe the brokers and analyst can make money pushing GM shares?
I don't trust those people. They move the share price to there advantages.
General Motors' global sales grew almost 4 percent in the first half of the
year, enough to fend off Volkswagen for second place and perhaps close the
gap with sales leader Toyota.
GM said Tuesday that it sold 4.85 million cars and trucks worldwide from
January through June. That puts GM on pace for sales of around 9.7 million
for the year.
Like I've said Toyota will wait to see what number they have to beat. Toyota
is expected to release global sales figures later this month.
Also, Toyota sales faltered in China during the first half because of a
resurgence of anti-Japanese sentiment there due to a territorial spat over
some tiny islands. GM's first-half sales in China, its largest market, rose
almost 11 percent to 1.57 million vehicles, the company said.