|Bid||116.80 x 800|
|Ask||116.88 x 200|
|Day's Range||115.96 - 117.24|
|52 Week Range||114.14 - 140.99|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.82|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||7.57|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||4.38 (3.73%)|
|1y Target Est||143.14|
In October, Ford Motor Company (F) sold ~67,554 SUV (sports utility vehicles) units with 6.7% YoY (year-over-year) gains. In contrast, the sales in the company’s truck segment fell 4.9% to 88,725 units in October from 93,248 units sold in October 2017.
In October, Ford Motor Company’s (F) F-Series truck sales in the United States were at 70,438 units—an ~7.3% sales decline on a YoY (year-over-year) basis. In September, 75,092 units of F-Series trucks were sold in the United States—down 8.8% YoY. Until August, the F-Series sales in the United States rose for 16 consecutive months on a YoY basis. In August, it was also the best August month for F-Series sales since 2005.
Ford Motor Company (F) sold 192,616 vehicle units in the US market in October. The data reflected a 3.9% decrease from its US sales of 200,436 units in the same month the previous year. In the previous month, the company reported an 11.2% YoY (year-over-year) fall to 197,404 units. Ford’s October sales were higher than Toyota’s (TM) US sales of 191,102 units and Fiat Chrysler’s (FCAU) sales of 177,391 units.
For the average American, Nio (NYSE:NIO) may not resonate as a household name. Yet, market analysts and industry experts peg the automaker as China’s Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA). Indeed, both companies carry an almost-mythical prestige among their proponents. However, both also have critical flaws. This makes NIO stock a rather tricky proposition.
The Trump administration will hold off on imposing tariffs on auto imports for the time being, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday night. Trump and his top trade advisers met Tuesday to discuss a draft report by the Commerce Department on the national security implications of auto tariffs, Bloomberg reported, and agreed to hold off on tariffs at least until the report could undergo revisions. For months, President Donald Trump has threatened tariffs of up to 25% on foreign autos, and reports that they were being considered again hurt shares of foreign automakers in Tuesday trading. Japanese shares of Toyota and Honda both jumped more than 1% in early Wednesday trading following the Bloomberg report.
With a new chairman in place, it seems like Elon Musk's company could be on track to return to its status as a Wall Street darling.
As the California wildfires rage on, more and more harrowing stories are coming out. According to The New York Times, Allyn Pierce drove his Toyota Tundra through the fire to get to a hospital and help take care of patients and get them evacuated. On the way, the nurse had some close calls, and his truck came out worse for wear with scorched paint and melted body panels and lights.
Jeanie Ahn of Yahoo Finance reports on the impact of healthcare on the midterm elections and highlights 4 changes you can expect on the healthcare marketplace for 2019.
In the week that ended on November 9, General Motors (GM) stock fell 0.9% after registering a solid rise of 10.4% in the previous week. GM stock rose 8.7% in October despite a 6.9% fall in the S&P 500 Index. It has fallen 2.4% month-to-date as of November 12.
In the week that ended on November 9, Ford Motor Company (F) stock settled at $9.38, with no change from the previous week’s closing price. In the previous week, it rose 4.5%.
The Lexus ES isn’t made for inspired driving, but it is a perfectly acceptable commuter car that will get drivers from point A to point B, and even point C, in comfort and style, writes Eileen Falkenberg-Hull.
Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith highlights today's stocks on the move in midday trading.