F - Ford Motor Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
9.00
-0.14 (-1.53%)
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Previous Close9.14
Open9.11
Bid9.00 x 45900
Ask9.01 x 40000
Day's Range8.96 - 9.12
52 Week Range8.16 - 10.56
Volume67,677,681
Avg. Volume38,422,433
Market Cap35.684B
Beta (5Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)22.50
EPS (TTM)N/A
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  • Tesla Crosses $100B Ahead of Q4 Earnings: ETFs in Focus
    Zacks

    Tesla Crosses $100B Ahead of Q4 Earnings: ETFs in Focus

    Tesla has become the first publicly listed U.S. automaker to cross $100 billion in market valuation ahead of Q4 earnings.

  • San Francisco e-scooter company expands in Phoenix, launches in Tempe
    American City Business Journals

    San Francisco e-scooter company expands in Phoenix, launches in Tempe

    Spin, a unit of Ford Motor Co., is increasing its black-and-orange scooter fleet in Phoenix to 900 scooters, tripling from the initial 300 it launched in September.

  • Why the record $1.2 trillion pile of junk-rated debt coming due is a worry
    MarketWatch

    Why the record $1.2 trillion pile of junk-rated debt coming due is a worry

    The next five years could get rough for companies that have a record amount of junk-rated corporate loans and bonds coming due, warns Moody’s Investors Service.

  • Benzinga

    Cramer: Tesla Is A Tech Company On Wheels, Unlike Ford And GM

    Ford and GM are part of the traditional Detroit-based "commodity auto business" and it's unfair to compare the two with Tesla, Cramer said Wednesday on "Mad Money." Instead, Tesla is a tech company on wheels and its home base in Silicon Valley speaks to its disruption status.

  • Auto Stock Roundup: Ford's $2.2B Pre-Tax Charge, Fiat-Foxconn JV & More
    Zacks

    Auto Stock Roundup: Ford's $2.2B Pre-Tax Charge, Fiat-Foxconn JV & More

    While Ford's (F) Q4 results are likely to be hit by a pre-tax charge of $2.2 billion, Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) teams up with Foxconn to develop EVs in China.

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Tesla, General Motors, Ford, Volkswagen and BMW AG
    Zacks

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Tesla, General Motors, Ford, Volkswagen and BMW AG

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Tesla, General Motors, Ford, Volkswagen and BMW AG

  • Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Tesla, Apple, Ford, General Motors and Fiat Chrysler
    Zacks

    Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Tesla, Apple, Ford, General Motors and Fiat Chrysler

    Zacks Investment Ideas feature highlights: Tesla, Apple, Ford, General Motors and Fiat Chrysler

  • Ford (F) to Incur $2.2B Pre-Tax Loss in Q4 Over Pension Plans
    Zacks

    Ford (F) to Incur $2.2B Pre-Tax Loss in Q4 Over Pension Plans

    Ford (F) likely to incur a pre-tax loss of about $2.2 billion in fourth-quarter 2019, which will dent its net income.

  • Ford expects $2.2 billion pre-tax hit related to pension plans in fourth quarter
    Reuters

    Ford expects $2.2 billion pre-tax hit related to pension plans in fourth quarter

    The charge is largely related to a drop in discount rates, the company said, as that leads to an increase in the amount of money to be contributed for future pension benefits. On an after-tax basis, the loss is expected to reduce Ford's net income by about $1.7 billion in the fourth quarter.

  • Reuters

    Ford expects $2.2 bln pre-tax hit related to pension plans in fourth quarter

    Ford Motor Co said on Wednesday its fourth quarter results will be hit by a pre-tax loss of about $2.2 billion due to higher contributions to its employees pension plans. The charge is largely related to a drop in discount rates, the company said, as that leads to an increase in the amount of money to be contributed for future pension benefits. On an after-tax basis, the loss is expected to reduce Ford's net income by about $1.7 billion in the fourth quarter.

  • Ford to take $2.2 billion fourth-quarter loss related to pensions
    MarketWatch

    Ford to take $2.2 billion fourth-quarter loss related to pensions

    After taxes, the loss is expected to cut down on Ford’s net income by $1.7 billion, the company says in a filing Wednesday.

  • MarketWatch

    Ford to record pension-related $2.2 billion charge

    Ford Motor Co. said late Wednesday it expects to take a fourth-quarter pre-tax charge of $2.2 billion related to pension obligations that will cut down on its net income. After taxes, the $2.2 billion loss is expected to slash Ford's net income by about $1.7 billion, Ford said in a filing. As it is a special item, the loss will not impact adjusted profit or adjusted per-share profit, the car maker said. It also did not have an impact on the company's cash in 2019, and does not change its expectations for pension contributions this year, Ford said.

  • Carmakers Must Do Better Just to Keep Up in China
    Bloomberg

    Carmakers Must Do Better Just to Keep Up in China

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- The world’s largest car market is cratering and there are few signs of a recovery. It was never supposed to get this bad —  and even if it got close, a helping hand from Beijing would steer things out of any prolonged trouble. Or so people thought...  Instead, passenger car sales in China fell 9.5% last year, more steeply than the 4.3% in 2018, which was the first annual sales decline in over a decade. The drop has dragged down the global automobile industry and its deep supply chain. That leaves automakers in limbo. After years of relying on the Chinese market for its double-digit volume growth, they don't seem too sure about whom to build cars for, or what kind. Beijing’s lackluster stimulus last year included a grab-bag of measures: removal of car-purchase limits, support for buying electric cars and incentives to build infrastructure like rural gas stations. They haven't done much to revive demand. Consumers were waiting for more, which simply led to a steeper slide in sales. With no new sweeteners and the distortions of past stimuli fading, a real picture of demand is emerging. It’s nuanced. There are fewer first-time buyers, and more who are purchasing replacement vehicles. They’re increasingly looking to upgrade, and also buying more used cars. In a word, consumers are being more discriminating.Luxury carmakers account for around 15% of the market and are doing better than the rest. Porsche Automobil Holding SE, for instance, delivered 86,752 vehicles to customers in China last year, up 8% from 2018. In December, BMW Brilliance Automotive Ltd.’s average daily vehicles sales rose 21% on the year, up from 5% in November. Down the food chain, buyers of family-friendly cars are upgrading. Demand for sports utility vehicles and sedans remains depressed but is shifting toward higher-end, in-between cars, according to analysts at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Buyers of these so-called multi-purpose vehicles, or MPVs, have long bought the same few basic models, priced between 40,000 yuan ($5,800) to less than 100,000 yuan. As the market was flooded with SUVs, aspirational buyers stayed away. Now, manufacturers are improving design and comfort, and raising prices.A slew of MPV models will be released this year. Going by low discounts compared to the rest of the market, demand remains sturdy. Goldman’s analysts estimate that in every 1% of demand that moves to the higher-end MPVs lies an annual revenue opportunity of almost 50 billion yuan ($7.25 billion). Here’s the hard reality: The double-digit growth days of selling nearly 25 million cars a year are vanishing in the rearview mirror. So are outsize profits from China. Much like the U.S. market, the type of demand will evolve and how people get around will change. Younger Chinese are more inclined to use ride-hailing services. The older people get, the less likely they’ll obtain driving licenses. China’s population is aging rapidly. This is a structural slowdown.In theory, China has plenty of room to sell more cars. Penetration rates are low and so is the national percentage of licensed drivers. The carmakers are banking on semi-urban China, ostensibly the most upwardly mobile consumers. But sales are unlikely to top 20-some million a year, even with the push toward electric vehicles (only 5% of cars sold now) and regulations that will eventually force buyers to go green. For now, higher technology only raises the cost of car ownership out of reach.The market is oversupplied, no doubt. The good news is that inventories are coming down as automakers try to stay in the black. Toyota Motor Corp. has increased the types of models it sells in China and gained market share. As weaker players drop out and the industry consolidates, the likes of Honda Motor Co. and Volkswagen AG are taking a bigger piece. Failure to rigorously manage output will mean a pile of clunkers. Changan Ford Automobile Co. is sitting on some of the highest levels of inventory, as is SAIC General Motors Corp.’s Baojun. GM continues to lose market share. Ford Motor Co. said last week that its sales in China dropped 26% in 2019. European carmakers have also struggled.  Making money by churning the assembly lines won’t cut it anymore. The China Road to success is a lot narrower. Only the companies that drive it smarter will survive.  To contact the author of this story: Anjani Trivedi at atrivedi39@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Patrick McDowell at pmcdowell10@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Bloomberg LP and its owners.Anjani Trivedi is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering industrial companies in Asia. She previously worked for the Wall Street Journal. For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinionSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Barrons.com

    Tesla Is Now the Second-Most-Valuable Car Maker in the World. Look Out, Toyota.

    Tesla shares jumped to $586.35 Wednesday afternoon, giving the auto maker a market value of about $106 billion and leaving previous No. 2 Volkswagen in the dust.

  • Ford promotes underrepresented creators in new ad
    American City Business Journals

    Ford promotes underrepresented creators in new ad

    Ford's "Built Phenomenally" campaign launched with the help of this underrepresented demographic.

  • What's the Right Valuation Multiple for Tesla?
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    What's the Right Valuation Multiple for Tesla?

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  • TheStreet.com

    Ford to Take $2.2 Billion Charge Related to Pension Plans

    Ford Motor Co. said in a regulatory filing it plans to take a $2.2 billion charge in the fourth quarter related to pension costs that will cut net income by about $1.7 billion for the period. Shares of Ford edged up in after-hours trading, gaining 1 cent to $9.17.

  • Barrons.com

    The Case for ‘Cash Cows’ Like Alphabet, Ford, and Facebook

    Companies with strong cash flow compared to their market value seem like a good bet, Jefferies says, considering the current market conditions.

  • Ford, Austin City Hall fund traffic-fighting startups
    American City Business Journals

    Ford, Austin City Hall fund traffic-fighting startups

    Two startups aiming to get Austinites around town better — Good Apple and Tappy Guide — will split $150,000 in prize money from Ford and the city of Austin.

  • 2020 to be a Crucial Year for EVs: Models to Watch Out for
    Zacks

    2020 to be a Crucial Year for EVs: Models to Watch Out for

    The EV momentum is expected to reach a new level in 2020 with various attractive, long-range and affordable vehicles coming up this year.

  • These Louisville companies scored high marks for inclusion
    American City Business Journals

    These Louisville companies scored high marks for inclusion

    The three companies received perfect scores of 100, two of which enjoyed the title for consecutive years.

  • The Brumos Collection opens showroom with Steve McQueen's Porsche 917K
    Autoblog

    The Brumos Collection opens showroom with Steve McQueen's Porsche 917K

    For years, The Brumos Collection was kept private and stored in spare space at the Brumos car dealerships in Jacksonville, Florida. The Brumos Collection, now its own experience, is housed in a building modeled after an old Ford plant and features Steve McQueen's Porsche 917K from Le Mans, a 1914 Peugeot L45, and a Porsche 917-10, among others.

  • Benzinga

    Ex-Ford CEO Mark Fields Talks About Tesla Building An 'Iconic Brand'

    Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) deserves credit for building an "iconic brand" for electrification and investors have reason to be optimistic, former Ford (NYSE: F) president and CEO Mark Fields said Tuesday on CNBC. Tesla investors are in a position where they can "stand back" and take advantage of favorable trends, Fields said. Fields served as CEO of Ford from 2014-2017.

  • Bugatti, Aston Martin, and other historic cars to sell at auction that could generate $60 million
    Yahoo Finance

    Bugatti, Aston Martin, and other historic cars to sell at auction that could generate $60 million

    The collector car world is racing to London this April for the chance to buy rare and historic Buggati and Aston Martin automobiles that promise to outperform recent sputtering sales.

  • Ford earns distinction for environmental efforts
    American City Business Journals

    Ford earns distinction for environmental efforts

    Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F) has earned an A-list distinction with CDP, a global environmental impact nonprofit, for its green initiatives. The initiatives include a more than $11.5 billion investment in electric vehicles, including all-electric versions of its Mustang Mach-E and F-150 to be released later this year and into 2021, respectively. The company was additionally recognized for its actions to develop the low carbon economy and its aspiration to power all its manufacturing facilities with 100% renewable energy by 2035.