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DETROIT (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co and Toyota Motor Corp posted stronger-than-expected growth in U.S. auto sales in July but most manufacturers on Friday reported gains below expectations as several months of strong demand pushed optimism too high.
By Quoth the Raven: I've been a Ford (NYSE: F ) bull for about as long as ..... TipRanks, here's how I've performed on Ford : (click to enlarge) As you can see ..... it wants to rally into the close, that Ford is going to bounce off this support and
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continue to see full-year sales coming in close to or exceeding the high end of our estimate of 15.9 million-16.2 million. Ford 's economist shared an interesting statistic on the age of the fleet on Friday's sales call: In the mid-2000s, about 40
July to mark the biggest jump since 2010 as automakers looked to clear inventory. July U.S. sales gains: GM +9.4%, Ford (NYSE: F ) +9.5, Toyota (NYSE: TM ) +11.6%, Nissan +11.4 ( OTCPK:NSANY ), Chrysler +19.7%. Post your
estimate of 15.9 million-16.2 million. Ford ’s economist shared an interesting statistic ..... bubble forming in auto sales at this time. Ford ’s July deliveries grew 9.6% from July 2013 with a 9% and 14% rise from the Ford and Lincoln brands respectively. Crossovers
Ford (NYSE: F ) reports saw truck sales increased ..... 17.1% to 64,951. Sales growth by brand: Ford +9.4 to 204,373; Lincoln +13.6% to 7,863. Sales growth by model: Ford Fusion +16.7% to 23,942; Ford Fiesta -1
Ford (NYSE: F ) unit sales +9.5% to 212,236 after analysts had forecast a 8.8% improvement for the month. Retail sales for the automaker were up 7% in July to 162,028 units. Shares of Ford ( F ) are up 0.2% in early trading. Post your comment!