Ford Adding 2,000-Plus Jobs at Kansas City Assembly to Support Surging F-150 Demand, Ford Transit Launch
Even after a strong rebound from the market trough in 2009, the U.S. auto sector still has room to run.
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Detroit is leaner and greener and ready to meet the pent-up demand of consumers driving aging gas guzzlers.
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With continued pent-up demand, it's an exciting time for automakers--particularly Detroit's Big Three--and their investors, says Morningstar analyst Dave Whiston.
Morningstar's Dave Whiston thinks the new and improved GM is going to be a formidable cash flow generator when auto demand rebounds.