FMC1.BE - FORD MOTOR DL-,01

Berlin - Berlin Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
8.17
+0.02 (+0.28%)
At close: 8:08AM CET
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Previous Close8.14
Open8.17
Bid8.33 x 0
Ask8.38 x 0
Day's Range8.17 - 8.17
52 Week Range6.63 - 9.33
Volume5,000
Avg. Volume156
Market CapN/A
Beta (5Y Monthly)N/A
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EPS (TTM)N/A
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  • Ford's new track school is exclusively for Mustang Shelby GT500 owners
    Autoblog

    Ford's new track school is exclusively for Mustang Shelby GT500 owners

    With the addition of the Mustang Shelby GT500 to the Blue Oval family comes a new addition to the Ford Performance Racing School. Ford is launching the GT500 Track Attack at its new east coast location, Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina. For GT500 owners, the experience is complimentary.

  • Ford makes Austin epicenter of its self-driving vehicle business
    American City Business Journals

    Ford makes Austin epicenter of its self-driving vehicle business

    Ford is steering into Austin in a big way, as the Texas capital is poised be the first of Ford’s three self-driving car markets to have a command center.

  • Reuters

    FCC votes 5-0 to advance plan to split spectrum band between auto safety, wi-fi use

    The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday 5-0 to advance a plan to split a spectrum block set aside for auto safety to accommodate the rapidly growing number of wireless devices. A block of the 5.9 GHz spectrum band was reserved in 1999 for automakers to develop technology to allow vehicles to talk to each other, but it has so far gone largely unused. Some automakers and the U.S. Transportation Department oppose the proposal to shift a little more than half of the block to wi-fi use, saying the spectrum should be used to address the more than 6 million car crashes annually that kill more than 37,000 people on U.S. roads.

  • Benzinga

    Fiat Chrysler, UAW Approve New 4-Year Contract

    The United Auto Workers members' ratification of the collective bargaining agreement closes out the UAW's negotiations with the Big 3 Automakers, a round of talks that included a strike by workers at rival General Motors Company (NYSE: GM). The agreement calls on Fiat Chrysler to double the $4.5 billion it had previously announced it would invest in upgrades and new facilities.

  • Trump touts defense bill that includes Space Force, raise for troops
    MarketWatch

    Trump touts defense bill that includes Space Force, raise for troops

    President Donald Trump on Wednesday indicated he would sign a defense bill Congress is considering, saying it fulfills priorities including the creation of his Space Force and paid parental leave for federal workers

  • Investopedia

    Ten Stocks That Can Win with the USMCA Deal

    The new USMCA trade pact, the replacement for NAFTA, is heading towards approval and these 10 stocks are poised to reap big benefits.

  • GuruFocus.com

    Walmart Looks to Deliver Groceries Using Nuro's Vehicle

    The big-box retailer is rolling out a pilot program using Nuro’s vehicle to deliver groceries Continue reading...

  • Argo takes different road to skirt self-driving challenges
    Reuters

    Argo takes different road to skirt self-driving challenges

    The self-driving systems developer led by Bryan Salesky, who got his start developing automated vehicles for a Defense Department sponsored competition 12 years ago, is at the center of a multibillion-dollar bet by its auto giant partners that autonomous vehicle technology must be good for more than replacing taxi drivers. "I hate the word robotaxi," Salesky said in a rare interview at Argo's Pittsburgh headquarters. The Argo business plan hinges on a unique revenue-sharing deal that will pay Argo fees based on miles traveled in self-driving Ford and VW vehicles equipped with Argo's technology.

  • Insight: How Uber drains carmaker profits in Latin America's biggest market
    Reuters

    Insight: How Uber drains carmaker profits in Latin America's biggest market

    Like many Uber drivers in Sao Paulo, the ride-hailing app's busiest city in the world, Augusto Caio Pereira does not actually own or lease the car he nudges through the city's notorious traffic jams every day. Instead, he rents Brazil's best-selling car, the Chevrolet Onix hatchback, for 390 reais ($93) a week from Localiza Rent a Car, the country's largest rental company. Pereira lost his job at a law firm a few months ago, joining Brazil's 12 million unemployed.

  • How Uber drains carmaker profits in Latin America's biggest market
    Reuters

    How Uber drains carmaker profits in Latin America's biggest market

    Like many Uber drivers in Sao Paulo, the ride-hailing app's busiest city in the world, Augusto Caio Pereira does not actually own or lease the car he nudges through the city's notorious traffic jams every day. Instead, he rents Brazil's best-selling car, the Chevrolet Onix hatchback, for 390 reais ($93) a week from Localiza Rent a Car , the country's largest rental company. Pereira lost his job at a law firm a few months ago, joining Brazil's 12 million unemployed.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-GM, doubling down on big SUVs, unveils longer Chevy Tahoe, Suburban

    General Motors Co could expand the lineup of vehicles using its large truck and sport utility vehicle architecture and sees big opportunities in over-the-air software updates, President Mark Reuss told Reuters on Tuesday. GM, which controls about 70% of the large sport utility market in North America with six models, unveiled the redesigned Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, the first of a new generation of large SUVs whose profits will help fund development of electric vehicles that the automaker promises for the future. The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe, revealed at the arena where the Detroit Red Wings hockey team plays in downtown Detroit, is 6.7 inches longer than the current Tahoe and can carry as much as 122.9 cubic feet of cargo.

  • GM, doubling down on big SUVs, unveils longer Chevy Tahoe, Suburban
    Reuters

    GM, doubling down on big SUVs, unveils longer Chevy Tahoe, Suburban

    General Motors Co could expand the lineup of vehicles using its large truck and sport utility vehicle architecture and sees big opportunities in over-the-air software updates, President Mark Reuss told Reuters on Tuesday. GM, which controls about 70% of the large sport utility market in North America with six models, unveiled the redesigned Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, the first of a new generation of large SUVs whose profits will help fund development of electric vehicles that the automaker promises for the future. The 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe, revealed at the arena where the Detroit Red Wings hockey team plays in downtown Detroit, is 6.7 inches longer than the current Tahoe and can carry as much as 122.9 cubic feet of cargo.

  • Barrons.com

    Trump and Pelosi Agreed on a New North American Trade Deal. These Stocks Could Be Winners.

    The United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement is similar to the North American Free Trade Agreement, or Nafta, with a few important changes.

  • The best movies and TV shows about business we watched in 2019
    Yahoo Finance

    The best movies and TV shows about business we watched in 2019

    From "Succession" to the two Fyre Festival documentaries, Yahoo Finance staff pick the best business movies and TV shows of the year.

  • Ford and Microsoft cite success in using quantum computing to fight traffic
    American City Business Journals

    Ford and Microsoft cite success in using quantum computing to fight traffic

    Ford said its joint research project with Microsoft, using quantum computing, can reduce traffic congestion.

  • USMCA trade deal is ‘within range,’ Pelosi says
    MarketWatch

    USMCA trade deal is ‘within range,’ Pelosi says

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said great progress has been made on reaching a deal over the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, but final details were still being ironed out.

  • Ford to nearly halve its 2018 before interest and taxes loss in China
    Reuters

    Ford to nearly halve its 2018 before interest and taxes loss in China

    For 2020, the company expects to further cut down its China losses, before interest and taxes, by nearly half that of what it expects to post for 2019. Ford says it could further improve its performance in China in 2021. The company, in a meeting with certain analysts and investors, said the statement should not be construed as guidance for China.

  • Barrons.com

    Tesla Wants to Put Lasers on Its Cars. Here’s Why.

    Elon Musk’s company wants to mount lasers on its cars. Even if the technology doesn’t work, the patent application illustrates one thing: Tesla is a master at generating buzz.

  • Tesla Stock Is Still a Crapshoot in 2020
    InvestorPlace

    Tesla Stock Is Still a Crapshoot in 2020

    The year 2019 is shaping up to be yet another lost year for Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock investors. TSLA stock is up only 3% year-to-date compared to a 28% gain by the S&P 500. But Tesla's essentially flat 2019 performance is a fairly accurate assessment of how little things have changed in the past year.Source: Shutterstock Nearly one year ago, I wrote a story entitled "Tesla Stock: Too Bad to Buy, Too Good to Short." Heading into 2020, I believe that thesis still holds true for TSLA stock. Inconsistent NumbersLooking back on that article from January 2019, it's uncanny how few things have changed this year for TSLA stock investors. At the time, Tesla was coming off its first quarterly profit since the launch of the Model 3. That profit came in the third quarter of 2018. Today, Tesla investors' spirits are high after the company reported a surprise profit in Q3 of 2019.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 Energy Stocks That Are Still Worth Buying In 2020 Unfortunately, Tesla's financial track record has been extremely inconsistent. The company will need to string together at least three consecutive profitable quarters for me to buy into the narrative that its money-losing days are behind it.Everyone who went ga-ga over Tesla's Q3 earnings of $1.86 per share seems to have forgotten that Tesla reported EPS of $2.90 in Q3 2018. It came back with positive EPS of $1.93 in Q1 of 2019 before once again dropping to heavy losses in the next two quarters. TSLA Stock and More StorytellingTSLA also recently unveiled the Cybertruck, its futuristic answer to the F-150 that features indestructible windows. One thing Tesla stock investors should know by now is that Tesla is always promising the next big thing. It's the Tesla story that keeps Elon Musk's disciples buying shares.The Cybertruck won't move the needle for Tesla until at least 2021. Even then, I predict most of the sales will come from existing Tesla customers rather than new customers. In other words, the Cybertruck will likely cannibalize higher-margin Model X and Model S sales.One of the bullish catalysts from the Q3 earnings call was claims by the company that the Chinese Gigafactory is nearly up and running. As usual, the stock rallied on hopes and dreams for the future rather than the actual business that Tesla is doing today. Of course, leading Chinese electric vehicle maker Nio (NYSE:NIO) has blamed a difficult macro environment in China for its 2019 implosion.NIO stock is down 65% year-to-date operating in what Tesla investors see as the "land of EV opportunity." I'm not saying Tesla can't make China work, but it may not be the walk in the park some bulls are assuming. The Bull and Bear Cases for TSLAAssume Tesla can sustain the $1.94 in third-quarter EPS over the next three quarters. That would represent $7.72 in earnings over a one-year period. At $335 per share, TSLA stock would be trading at an earnings multiple of about 43.3. Remember, Ford (NYSE:F) and General Motors (NYSE:GM) are trading at earnings multiples of 22.3 and 5.7, respectively.Tesla bulls would argue that Tesla is a growth stock, not a value stock like Ford and GM. But Tesla reported an 8% drop in revenue in the third quarter. Maybe that's a temporary bump in the road. Maybe not. Unfortunately, Tesla's numbers have been all over the place in recent quarters, a trend that hasn't changed at all in 2019.At the same time, Tesla short sellers are playing a dangerous game given TSLA stock is one of the most heavily-shorted stocks in the world. As of late October, Tesla's short interest was $8.3 billion, making it the second-most shorted U.S. equity, according to S3 Partners.Not only does that short interest provide buying support on every dip, there is a major risk of a short squeeze if Tesla reports blowout numbers at any point.In addition, while Tesla's financial position doesn't seem to be nearly as dire as it was several quarters ago, the stock likely has limited downside. Even if the company screws up its execution, the Tesla brand has value, and its luxury models are very popular. Tesla would become a buyout target for a large auto or tech company at some point if the stock dipped low enough. Stay Away From TSLA StockAs I said a year ago, Tesla stock is extremely unpredictable and volatile. If you're bullish on TSLA stock, wait another couple of quarters for the company to prove it's on the right track. If you're bearish, there are plenty of safer shorts out there.As of this writing, Wayne Duggan held no positions in the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Energy Stocks That Are Still Worth Buying In 2020 * 7 Strong Stocks to Buy That Won Q3 Earnings * 5 Safety Stocks to Buy Without Trade War Exposure The post Tesla Stock Is Still a Crapshoot in 2020 appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Small-Cap Stocks Set to Deliver a Stellar Performance in 2020
    GuruFocus.com

    Small-Cap Stocks Set to Deliver a Stellar Performance in 2020

    Recent macroeconomic developments, escalating geopolitical tensions and historical data point to a surge in stock prices of small companies Continue reading...

  • Barrons.com

    Sundar Pichai Could Turn Google Into an Even Bigger Autonomous Vehicle Powerhouse, According to Analysts

    Alphabet’s Waymo unit is the clear leader in the race for autonomous driving leadership, according to a team of analysts at Wedbush.

  • C-Suite Rides: Volvo makes a great SUV in the XC60 T6 — but it sure isn’t cheap (PHOTOS)
    American City Business Journals

    C-Suite Rides: Volvo makes a great SUV in the XC60 T6 — but it sure isn’t cheap (PHOTOS)

    One of Volvo’s sweetest models is one I tested recently: the new 2020 XC60 T6 all-wheel-drive “Inscription” model.