|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||11.91 - 12.12|
|52 Week Range||10.47 - 13.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||10.91|
|Earnings Date||Jan 24, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.60 (4.97%)|
|1y Target Est||12.63|
You may finally get a chance to see the highly anticipated Model 3 in person. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Rick Newman, and Brittany Jones-Cooper discuss whether or not this is enough keep consumers interested.
Ford Europe was never a financial basket case like General Motors’ Opel Vauxhall, but although it is currently apparently making money, it’s not successful enough to ward off recurrent suspicions that headquarters in Dearborn, Mich., might be planning to pull the plug. rope, Opel
Ford to report fourth-quarter results after the bell Wednesday amid stock weakness and weak guidance.
Ford’s weak profit expectations continued to dog the company’s stock, which fell to its lowest since late September and looked set to end Friday down nearly 10% for the week.
BMW will put the heat on Tesla when it unveils its all-electric, autonomous driving vehicle with an expected driving range of 435 miles.
Stocks rose modestly during the week as chip-gear makers and health insurers jumped. General Electric is mulling a breakup, while Apple is investing in the U.S.
Folks can crow all they want about autonomous vehicles, but there's still a market for those who want to drive a car.
Fourth-quarter earnings season is finally underway, and investors are already getting excited about the upcoming reports from market-moving tech companies like Netflix (NFLX). Make sure to keep an eye on these companies as they prepare to report during the week of January 22.
Big companies use software made by relatively unknown Altair Engineering to predict how their products will perform in the real world.
Autonomous vehicles were all the rage last year, and this trend is set to continue in 2018 as the possibility of mass-produced self-driving cars inches closer to becoming a reality.Source: Flickr
Freezing weather aside, we did encounter a couple big trends at this year’s show, as Rick Newman and I discuss in the video above. From Chevy (GM) teasing the new Silverado only weeks before the show to Ford (F) debuting the new midsize Ranger on Sunday night and Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) busting out its new 2019 Ram full-size pickup, it was all-truck, all the time. The 2019 Ram 1500 debuted at this week’s 2018 Detroit Auto Show with a new look, its first hybrid system, and more tech than ever.
As of January 16, 2018, Ford’s (F) forward EV-to-EBITDA (enterprise value to earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization) multiple was 13.6x. In the last couple of quarters, Ford’s EV-to-EBITDA has risen, and now it’s much higher than many of its competitors. In the same period, General Motors’ (GM) and Fiat Chrysler’s (FCAU) forward EV-to-EBITDA multiples were 8.3x and 2.5x, respectively.
Shares of International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) fell in overnight trading after it beat earnings estimates. IMB stock dropped almost 3%, shedding about $4 billion in market cap, after the company announced results that beat earnings estimates and showed the first year-over-year revenue growth in five years. While there are now some bulls pounding the table for IBM stock, they may be lonely voices, once investors dig into the numbers this morning.
In September, these vehicle owners started looking for replacement options, which drove Ford’s (F) sales notably higher. This temporary positive trend in US auto demand along with higher fleet sales boosted Ford’s sales in 4Q17. In Ford’s 4Q17 earnings release, its new CEO (chief executive officer) Jim Hackett could announce his plans for 2018 in order to rebuild investor confidence.
Will Fiat Chrysler’s 4Q17 Earnings Justify Its Recent Rally? Let’s take a look at how Fiat Chrysler’s latest leverage ratios look ahead of its 4Q17 earnings release. It’s important to note that a high debt position also increases a company’s risk profile.
Two weeks ago, General Motors Company (NYSE: GM ) reported a 22-percent year-over-year decline in December fleet sales. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (NYSE: FCAU )’s segment fell 42 percent. But neither ...
The second-largest U.S. automaker lost the passenger car battle to Japanese automakers long ago. Maybe it's time to finally throw in the towel and shift gears.