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Ford Motor Company New York Stock Exchange
$14.79
Open: $14.52 High: $14.877 Low: $14.44 Close: $14.795
Range: 2021-06-19 - 2021-06-21
Volume: 36,599,971
Market: Open
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Ford Motor Company One American Road Dearborn MI, 48126 http://www.ford.com
Ford Motor Co manufactures, markets, and services Ford cars, trucks, sport utility vehicles, electronic vehicles, and Lincoln luxury vehicles. It also provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company.
  • CEO: James P. Hackett
  • Employees: 202,000
  • Sector: Consumer Cyclical
  • Industry: Autos
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  • Ford Names Renault Executive Franck Louis-Victor to Lead New Business Team

    Renault veteran Louis-Victor will "help Ford nurture new ideas through the start-up phase, with the best opportunities launched on their own or integrated into our business units", the carmaker said.

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  • UPDATE 1-India auto hub lets car plants run at full capacity despite few vaccinations

    * 3/4 of Ford, Hyundai, Renault-Nissan workers not vaccinated * 1/7 of workers contracted virus, 21 died * Plants at 90% pre-lockdown workforce (Adds details from industrial safety department report) By Sudarshan Varadhan CHENNAI, June 20 (Reuters) - Car factories, including those of Renault-Nissan, Hyundai and Ford, can operate with full workforces in India's automaking hub from Monday, even though 75% of workers at the global carmakers' plants have not been vaccinated against COVID-19. India's southern Tamil Nadu state, known for its flourishing automobile industry, on Sunday allowed some industrial units including those of global automakers in and around capital city Chennai to operate at 100% capacity.

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  • India auto hub lets car plants run at full capacity despite few vaccinations

    CHENNAI (Reuters) -Car factories, including those of Renault-Nissan, Hyundai and Ford, can operate with full workforces in India's automaking hub from Monday, even though 75% of workers at the global carmakers' plants have not been vaccinated against COVID-19. India's southern Tamil Nadu state, known for its flourishing automobile industry, on Sunday allowed some industrial units including those of global automakers in and around capital city Chennai to operate at 100% capacity. The move follows a Tamil Nadu Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health report dated 18 June, reviewed by Reuters, which shows three in four workers at the plants of Ford, Hyundai and Renault-Nissan near Chennai have not been vaccinated against COVID-19.

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  • What Do the F-150 Lightning and Ford Pro Mean for Ford Stock?

    It's clear that Ford Motor Company's (NYSE: F) new electric F-150 Lightning pickup could play a big role in the push to get more consumers to adopt electric vehicles. In this Motley Fool Live video, recorded on May 27, Industry Focus host Nick Sciple and Motley Fool senior auto specialist John Rosevear take a look at how Ford is planning to use its new line of electric vehicles -- and the enhanced computing power it's bringing to all of its products -- to drive revenue and profit gains that could give the stock an extra boost over the next few years. Nick Sciple: We've talked about the competitive landscape, the strategy that Ford has laid out in electric vehicles, how it is potentially opening up some more of these services-type revenues for Ford, which can be higher-margin when you think about the business earnings valuation, how does this change what Ford looks like as a business, say five-years in the future?

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  • Stock Market Rally Shifts To Tech After Fed Meeting; Adobe, Ford In Focus: Weekly Review

    Techs seized stock market leadership this week after a key Fed meeting, but real economy names sold off. Adobe earnings were strong.

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  • Is Ford Stock A Buy Now? Shares Pulling Back After EV-Fueled Surge

    Ford Motor began the new decade with optimism as it emerged from a fundamental corporate redesign to compete in the era of smart vehicles and clean energy. The Ford Mustang Mach-E, an all-electric crossover, recently made its commercial debut in the U.S., with European deliveries imminent. Ford is beginning production of the Mach-E, a competitor to the Tesla Model Y, in China as well.

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  • Ford Raises Q2 EBIT Estimates, Claims Vehicle Orders are Expanding

    The global automaker, Ford Motor Company (F), announced that second-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) will be higher-than-expected and considerably higher compared to the year-ago period. Q2 results are scheduled for July 28. Despite industry-wide semiconductor shortages, Ford is witnessing an improvement in its motor business, propelled by lower-than-estimated costs and favorable market conditions. (See Ford stock chart on TipRanks) Additionally, Ford Credit is benefitting from

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  • Ford Buys Electriphi, Offers Depot Charging Solutions

    Ford Motor Company (F) is buying Electriphi, a California-based provider of charging management and fleet monitoring software, to simplify the transition to electric vehicle fleets while saving time and costs for customers. Electriphi will be combined with Ford Pro, Ford’s new business unit delivering Best-In-Class Commercial Products, Telematics, and Vehicles. Ford believes this combination with Electriphi will boost the adoption of its EV fleet of vehicles like the F-150 Lightning Pro and the

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  • Morning Brief: The past is outperforming the future

    Myles Udland breaks down Friday's Morning Brief, which details how companies like GM and Ford benefit from a post-pandemic world as an explosion in demand for cars, mainly used cars, leads to increased investment in EV to keep up with Tesla.

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  • Ford Is Buying an EV Charging Firm. The Electric Grid Is the Next Big Thing.

    Ford agreed to buy EV charging-technology firm Electriphi. It's a bet on how grid-edge technology will become more crucial as electric vehicles proliferate.

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    GM stock has pulled back from record highs. As General Motors accelerates EV and AV investments in a big way, is it a buy?

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  • Ford (F) to Acquire Electriphi, Projects EBIT to Rise Y/Y in Q2

    Ford's (F) acquisition of Electriphi is the automaker's latest effort to make the transition to EVs seamless for commercial customers and provide a one-stop solution for fleet-depot charging.

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  • 3 Electric Vehicle Stocks Poised to Gain Over the Long Term

    From rising concerns over CO2 emission to positive government policies, the global EV market is poised to expand in the near term. Thus, watch out for stocks like Tesla (TSLA), General Motors (GM) & Ford (F).

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  • Old car makers are the hot new trade

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  • FOCUS-COVID deals new blow to foreign carmakers' Indian dream

    Foreign automakers' hopes of a booming Indian car market are fading fast as a brutal second wave of COVID-19 infections and limited government room for more stimulus spending suggest a recovery could lag far behind China and the United States. Carmakers that saw nearly a decade of Indian sales growth wiped out in 2020 are expecting a bounce back in demand this year.

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  • Ford sees better-than-expected quarterly profit on higher vehicle prices

    Ford Chief Executive Jim Farley also said at a Deutsche Bank conference that the No. 2 U.S. automaker will eventually raise its spending on electric vehicles beyond the $30 billion-plus through 2025 that it outlined last month. Ford will provide a more detailed forecast for the second half of the year when it reports second-quarter results on July 28. The Dearborn, Michigan-based company previously said the chip shortage would cost it $2.5 billion this year and halve vehicle production in the second quarter.

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  • Ford Motor Company (F) Dips More Than Broader Markets: What You Should Know

    In the latest trading session, Ford Motor Company (F) closed at $14.77, marking a -1.66% move from the previous day.

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