8.45 -0.02 (-0.24%)
After hours: 7:02PM EST
|Bid||8.45 x 1300|
|Ask||8.46 x 1000|
|Day's Range||8.41 - 8.68|
|52 Week Range||8.17 - 13.48|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.23|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||5.46|
|Earnings Date||Jan 23, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.60 (7.04%)|
|1y Target Est||9.99|
Now that the 2019 Ford Ranger is back – and it's a hell of a truck – you might wonder why it went away in the first place. Mainstream American manufacturers scrambled to understand what was happening. Like other manufacturers at the time, as a stopgap measure, Ford inked an agreement with Mazda.
Many dogs and other pets are terrified of fireworks, and for good reason -- their more sensitive hearing makes that pleasant popping turn into a cacophony of sounds. Ford, however, might provide some relief. The company (which is no stranger to high-tech beds) has built a doghouse that uses noise cancelling to minimize canine agony during fireworks shows.
In the fourth quarter so far, Tesla (TSLA) has managed to impress investors by yielding handsome positive returns despite an intense broader market sell-off (QQQ)(VTI). The company’s stock has risen 31.6% QTD (quarter-to-date) as of December 17. The S&P 500 Index fell about 12.6% during this period while the NASDAQ Composite Index has suffered 16.1% losses. Other large US companies Ford (F), General Motors (GM), and Apple (AAPL) were down 8.1%, up 2.9%, and down 27.4% QTD, respectively.
President Trump is an active Twitter user. President Trump has targeted several companies including General Motors (GM), Ford (F), Amazon (AMZN), and Apple (AAPL) in his tweets. In this part, we’ll discuss some of President Trump’s tweets that misfired in 2018.
Earlier this month, US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping met in Argentina and discussed resolving trade disputes between their countries, the world’s two largest economies. Trump and Jinping both agreed to negotiate terms to reach a trade agreement, and they also agreed not to impose any new tariffs for 90 days while they negotiate. After meeting Jinping, Trump said that China has agreed to “reduce and remove” tariffs on the US-made vehicles.
The Street’s has a little too much faith in Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), according to one team of analysts. “Based on our discussions with Ford, we are not convinced they see it the same way,” the analysts wrote.
Ford (NYSE:F) has had an even rougher year than the stock market as whole. Ford stock has now lost more than two-thirds of its value since the start of 2018, but the venerable automaker has the stuff to make a comeback, if it can catch a few breaks. Ford’s business in China is just a shadow of what it was three years ago.
December started with a new turn in the US-China trade war. President Trump and President Jinping met in Argentina. Although the tensions between the two nations seem to be easing, the trade war isn’t over yet.
In the previous part of this series, we looked at how Chinese electric carmaker NIO (NIO) is following a similar path as its US peer Tesla (TSLA). Elon-Musk-led Tesla entered the high capital-intensive auto industry (XLY) with a goal to accelerate the pace of sustainable transport, and the company has witnessed huge successes in that area so far. It’s only after looking at the handsome demand for Tesla vehicles that many other mainstream automakers such as Ford (F) and General Motors (GM) began to speed up their plans to launch electric vehicles (or EV).
In the previous part of this series, we looked at how NIO’s (NIO) stock witnessed a steep fall on Monday after it launched its new car model, the ES6, on Saturday. NIO is also often referred to as the “Chinese Tesla.” The similarities between the two electric car companies make this reference more obvious. Let’s take a look.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / December 18, 2018 / U.S. equities extended losses on Monday as investors await details from the Federal Reserve's final policy meeting of 2018 on Wednesday. The Dow Jones Industrial ...
Since topping in late-May near $64, MU stock is down almost 50%. All too often I hear and read investors pushing the “cheap stock” angle as a reason to buy a stock. In fact, all too often a cheap stock is cheap for a reason — and it can continue to get cheaper over time.
It also helps that interest rates have been falling (at least on the higher end of the yield curve), making dividend stocks yet more interesting. What do the long-term prospects look like for the company? OK, so what are some of the stocks that pay dividends that may, well, trim them?