10.93 -0.05 (-0.46%)
Pre-Market: 8:44AM EDT
|Bid||10.91 x 900|
|Ask||10.92 x 1800|
|Day's Range||10.91 - 11.05|
|52 Week Range||10.14 - 13.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||5.69|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.60 (5.36%)|
|1y Target Est||12.39|
According to data compiled by Reuters on July 11, about 19.0% of the 21 analysts covering Ford Motor Company (F) recommended a “buy.” About 76.0% of these analysts remained uncertain and recommended a “hold” on the company’s stock, and the remaining 5.0% of these analysts gave it a “sell” rating.
Canadian government customs provisions are expected to soften the blow on the country's powerful automotive industry from retaliatory tariffs on U.S. steel, according to trade lawyers and industry leaders bracing for higher costs. Decades-old programs reduce or refund import duties on supplies like steel when companies in Canada can show the material is used in export products. While imposing tariffs against a long list of U.S. products this month, Canada clarified that "duties relief" and "duty drawback" programs would be available to Canadian exporters.
Airlines stocks have been losing altitude lately. Because they have great cash-flow generation and several return a large amount of capital, though, some investors are no doubt wondering if now’s the time to buy. There are a number of different names, but for this article, I wanted to take a look at the largest in the industry.7 Hot Stocks Savvy Investors Are Buying
The auto industry’s second-quarter earnings season is about to begin, and the majority of auto stocks are trading on a mixed note. According to recent estimates by Autodata, US light vehicle sales rose to 4.5 million units in the second quarter this year. Let’s take a look at the recent price movement in auto stocks.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford vowed to cancel and wind down more than 750 contracts for renewable power projects, making good on a campaign pledge to revamp the province’s energy policies. Terminating the early-stage projects, which the government didn’t identify, would save electricity customers in the Canadian province C$790 million ($600 million), Ford’s energy minister, Greg Rickford, said in a statement Friday. Shares of clean-energy companies fell, including Pattern Energy Group Inc.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford vowed to cancel and wind down more than 750 contracts for renewable power projects, making good on a campaign pledge to revamp the province’s energy policies. Terminating the early-stage projects, which the government didn’t identify, would save electricity customers in the Canadian province C$790 million ($600 million), Ford’s energy minister, Greg Rickford, said in a statement Friday. Shares of clean-energy companies, including Pattern Energy Group Inc., fell on the news.
On this week's Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Associate Editor Reese Counts. We debate the merits of the BMW M4 and the new Audi RS5 and our hopes for the refreshed Mercedes-AMG C63.
It appears the 2019 Ford Ranger won't just be marketed to regular consumers, but also to commercial buyers. This is based on these spy shots of a chassis cab Ranger, one without a truck bed. The truck is completely uncovered, and it even has a Monroney window sticker.
Jules Buckley, 38, leads the non-classical Heritage Orchestra and the Metropole Orkest. He has amassed a discography of 70 albums and his collaborators include Quincy Jones, Arctic Monkeys, Massive Attack ...
The 25% tariff that the United States imposed on July 16 on $34 billion of imports from China (with $16 billion more to come, likely in August) touches nearly every corner of American consumers' lives. Why? Because it's effectively a tax that represents a cost to U.S. producers, wholesalers and retailers. Sooner or later, it gets passed on to consumers in the form of higher sticker prices for everything from an X-ray to a new car. The only real question is how quickly it happens. Companies that import their products have limited choices: absorb the extra cost of the tariff, increase selling prices immediately, shift production to other countries or do some combination of the three. Initially, expect a relatively limited impact on consumers because companies will hold the line on prices while they monitor what action competitors take. Plus, the Trump administration excluded some higher-volume goods when it was drawing up lists of Chinese products to target with tariffs. For example, it left off some high-profile consumer goods such as flat-screen TVs, so they shouldn't go up in price. Don't expect the pain of higher prices to be over quickly. There's another round of tariffs -- 10% this time -- coming on thousands more imported items from China. They won't take effect for another two months. But when they do, they'll affect a huge range of goods that consumers and retailers buy and use on a near-daily basis, from automobile tires, spark plugs and windshield wipers to handbags, batteries and furniture. So brace for successive rounds of price rises on a steadily growing range of imported goods, for much of the rest of the year. Here are eight product categories that soon may put a bigger dent in your budget: SEE ALSO: 10 Biggest Losers of a Global Trade War
The Board of Directors of Ford Motor Company declared a third quarter regular dividend of $0.15 per share on the company’s outstanding Class B and common stock.
Last month we told you how Lincoln was considering renaming the MKC crossover as the Corsair. Now, a report suggests that the MKC replacement is on track for 2020, a year ahead of schedule. Ford reportedly told dealers at a meeting this spring in Orlando it was considering Lincoln Corsair as the crossover's new name, but that it could change its mind before it went into production as a 2021 model.
Ford announced a month ago that it would be bringing a special custom 2018 Ford Mustang GT developed with drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr. to the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The car features a World War II fighter plane theme and packs a 700-horsepower supercharged V8. The WWII plane in question is not a P51 Mustang, but rather a Eagle Squadron Spitfire used by the Royal Air Force.
Let's see if Ford Motor Company (F) stock is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now, or if investors subscribing to this methodology should look elsewhere for top picks.
Tesla (TSLA) raises prices of Model X and Model S and also, inks a deal to build its first factory outside the United States. Ford (F), however, abstains from raising prices.
For instance, Newell Brands Inc., maker of a household goods such as Sharpie markers and Rubbermaid containers, forecasts that a key measure of its income, which the company calls “normalized earnings per share,” could rise slightly to as much as $2.85 this year from $2.75 in 2017. Newell’s actual earnings, as defined by Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, or GAAP, will almost certainly plunge. Sales of its Graco strollers have been hit by the Toys “R” Us bankruptcy, a key distribution outlet, and the company is divesting some of its other brands. Newell’s management, despite being able to forecast its favored normalized EPS metric as well as operating cash flow, says it’s unable to predict what its actual bottom line could be and even states that doing so would mislead investors.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's commerce ministry said on Thursday it hopes American firms operating in China will lobby the U.S. government and defend their interests as they will be impacted by U.S. trade ...
SHANGHAI—Ford Motor Co. sales in China plunged 26% in the first half of 2018 compared with the same period last year, and there is little relief in sight as U.S.-China trade tensions worsen. China’s auto market overall grew 5.6% in the first six months, with sales reaching 14.1 million vehicles, according to figures released Wednesday by the government-backed China Association of Automobile Manufacturers. By comparison, General Motors Co. booked a record first-half performance in China, with sales increasing 4% to 1.84 million.
When news broke that Ford would be killing off nearly all of its cars in America in favor of more crossovers and trucks, company CEO Jim Hackett said, "We're simply reinventing the American car." That reinvention may include a new Fusion, but instead of the sedan that we know now, it could morph into something resembling a lifted wagon in the same vein as the Subaru Outback. Such a plan would go perfectly well with Ford's assertion that it is "exploring new 'white space' vehicle silhouettes that combine the best attributes of cars and utilities, such as higher ride height, space and versatility." And we completely understand the desire Ford might have to take on the lifted wagon segment. As this article from Bloomberg points out, the Outback is currently on pace to surpass the Fusion in total sales this year.
Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Wednesday's session are Boeing, Ford, American Airlines, Pfizer and Comcast.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Waymo is looking to launch its driverless taxi service in Europe. In the United States, Waymo is already undergoing a test of its autonomous taxi service in Phoenix, Arizona, with select free riders. Waymo is expected to launch its paid taxi service before the end of this year—first in Phoenix before rolling it out to other parts of the country.