F - Ford Motor Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
4.5300
+0.2900 (+6.84%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT

4.5400 +0.01 (0.22%)
After hours: 5:30PM EDT

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Previous close4.2400
Open4.5400
Bid4.5300 x 43500
Ask4.5200 x 800
Day's range4.4100 - 4.6700
52-week range3.9600 - 10.5600
Volume98,480,889
Avg. volume88,237,109
Market cap17.961B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.36
PE ratio (TTM)453.00
EPS (TTM)0.0100
Earnings date27 Apr 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date28 Jan 2020
1y target est6.59
  • Honda, Fiat Chrysler aim to restart U.S., Canada auto production in May
    Reuters

    Honda, Fiat Chrysler aim to restart U.S., Canada auto production in May

    Honda Motor Co and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said on Monday they hope to restart U.S. and Canadian auto production in May amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Fiat Chrysler said Monday it "intends to progressively restart its U.S. and Canadian manufacturing facilities beginning May 4." U.S. President Donald Trump last week extended the guidelines aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus to April 30.

  • Q1 Auto Sales Hit by Coronavirus: ETF & Stocks in Focus
    Zacks

    Q1 Auto Sales Hit by Coronavirus: ETF & Stocks in Focus

    The U.S. auto industry took a hit in the first quarter due to COVID-19 that forced people to stay home for the most of March, denting business of one of the nation's largest industries.

  • Company News for Apr 6, 2020
    Zacks

    Company News for Apr 6, 2020

    Companies In The News Are: DIS, UAA, CMI, F.

  • Investing.com

    3 Things Under the Radar This Week

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  • ‘Cash for Clunkers’ Overseer Backs Ford’s Pitch for a Sequel
    Bloomberg

    ‘Cash for Clunkers’ Overseer Backs Ford’s Pitch for a Sequel

    (Bloomberg) -- A federal program to issue rebates to consumers toward new vehicles could provide a much-needed jolt to the U.S. auto industry that’s seen plants idled and showrooms emptied by the coronavirus, according to the Obama administration official who oversaw the program known as “cash for clunkers.”Ray LaHood oversaw the program officially named Cars Allowance Rebate System as U.S. Transportation Secretary in 2009. In an interview, he backed a Ford Motor Co. executive’s suggestion that a sequel to the program could be helpful if the industry, lawmakers and the Trump administration agree that auto demand needs a boost once the virus begins to abate.“It was a lifeline to the car dealers whose showrooms were looking pretty bleak without any customers, and I think if you talk to anybody in the automobile industry it was the beginning of the lifeline for the automobile industry from the Obama administration,” LaHood said Thursday. “If they can model something differently to suit the current-day situation, I’m for that.”Carmakers, suppliers and dealers have grown increasingly nervous about their near-term prospects as the virus has ground the industry to a halt and spurred discussion about possible need for government support. New vehicles sold at the slowest pace in a decade in March as government directives closed broad swaths of the economy to thwart the spread of the virus. Nearly every U.S. auto factory has been idled and executives will be hard pressed to restart them until consumers begin to buy cars again.AutoNation Inc, the largest U.S. dealership chain, said Friday that new- and used-car sales plunged 50% in the last two weeks of March and prompted the company to put 7,000 employees on unpaid leave. The retailer slashed executive pay, halving compensation for its chairman and chief executive officer. It also froze hiring and will cut advertising and other capital expenditures.Ford has begun internal deliberations about potential forms of government stimulus, including a clunkers-style program that the industry may need, and those talks are expected to soon involve the federal government, Mark LaNeve, the automaker’s U.S. sales chief, said Thursday.“We think some level of stimulus somewhere on the other side of this would help not only the auto industry and our dealers, which are a huge part of our overall economy, but will help the customers as well,” LaNeve said by phone. “We’re in discussions about what would be the most appropriate.”The 2009 program gave consumers a federal rebate of up to $4,500 toward trading in an older, less fuel-efficient car. LaHood said the program not only provided a much-needed boost to the auto industry but put cleaner cars on the road and scrapped gas guzzlers.Consumers quickly exhausted the initial $1 billion in funds allocated by Congress, which provided $2 billion more. That $3 billion triggered more than $13 billion in auto purchases in just a few months, Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas wrote in a March 13 report in which he called such a rebate program a potentially powerful tool to stimulate the sector.So far though, policymakers haven’t openly discussed specific forms of industry aid. Automakers have so far urged lawmakers and the Trump administration to pursue broad means of economic support, stopping short of calling for aid specific to the auto sector.U.S. Representative Debbie Dingell, a Michigan Democrat whose district is home to Ford’s headquarters, said a vehicle scrappage or purchase incentive has been discussed as a possible form of relief for the industry, but consensus hasn’t been reached yet in Washington.“It’s out there as an idea along with many other ideas,” Dingell said. “We’re working with the entire ecosystem of automakers, workers, their unions, suppliers, dealers and consumers.”(Adds biggest U.S. dealership chain announcing unpaid leave for employees in fifth paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Ford CEO Hackett's salary fell to $17.4 million in 2019
    Reuters

    Ford CEO Hackett's salary fell to $17.4 million in 2019

    The ratio of Hackett's annual compensation to the median of the annual compensation of all employees was 157 to 1, Ford said. Executive Chairman William Ford received a total salary of $16.8 million in 2019, up from $13.8 million in 2018. Government orders for social distancing and businesses to shut in the face of the coronavirus pandemic has stalled demand across the auto industry and sent companies scrambling to cut costs and beef up liquidity.

  • Business Wire

    Ford Releases 2020 Proxy Statement, Announces Virtual Annual Meeting Date

    Ford Motor Company today published its 2020 proxy statement and announced the date for the company’s virtual annual meeting.

  • Ford to keep Europe manufacturing ops offline at least until May 4
    Reuters

    Ford to keep Europe manufacturing ops offline at least until May 4

    The company's shares fell more than 2% to $4.25 in the New York stock exchange. "Ford's production restart plans depend heavily on the pandemic situation in the weeks ahead, national restrictions in operation at the time, supplier constraints and the ability of our dealer network to operate," the company said in a statement. The company's U.S. sales chief has said that once the crisis eases, some level of government stimulus will be needed to support car buyers in the face of an unprecedented decline in sales and rising claims for unemployment benefits.

  • Reuters

    GM rolls out safety protocols for ventilator-making workers

    General Motors Co on Thursday rolled out a series of safety measures for workers in Indiana who will make ventilators, outlining what could be a blueprint for opening U.S. auto plants in the coming weeks. More than 1,000 GM workers will make the ventilators at GM's Kokomo, Indiana, plant. The automaker aims to begin mass production by mid-April and to make 10,000 ventilators a month by summer.

  • Tesla delivers 88,400 vehicles in Q1, rising over last year
    Yahoo Finance

    Tesla delivers 88,400 vehicles in Q1, rising over last year

    Tesla reported first quarter 2020 delivery results.

  • Ford says post-crisis support for U.S. customers 'would be appropriate'
    Reuters

    Ford says post-crisis support for U.S. customers 'would be appropriate'

    "It’s hard to determine how long and what the lingering effects of this will be," Mark LaNeve told Reuters after the company reported lower quarterly sales as a result of the pandemic. The No. 2 U.S. automaker posted a 12.5% fall in U.S. auto sales for the first quarter. Government orders for businesses to shutter and consumers to remain at home in the face of the coronavirus pandemic stalled demand across the auto industry.

  • Business Wire

    Amid Coronavirus, Ford Overall U.S. Sales Decline 12.5 Percent – Van and Explorer Sales Buck the Trend Posting Gains; Lincoln Retail Sales up 7 Percent

    Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) today reported its first quarter 2020 U.S. sales results. Click here or visit media.ford.com to view the news release.

  • Coronavirus pandemic ruins outlook for a world of electric and autonomous cars
    Yahoo Finance

    Coronavirus pandemic ruins outlook for a world of electric and autonomous cars

    So much for that world where every car was electric.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Lenders shift gears as coronavirus fears ripple through loan market

    Deals were put on hold, investor meetings canceled, and fundraising schedules postponed as market participants faced a health crisis of unprecedented reach and magnitude. Healthcare companies such as Bausch Health and Pharmaceutical Product Development (PPD), as well as British technology firm Micro Focus pulled transactions as the borrower-friendly market all but vanished.

  • Coronavirus pandemic will be a problem for the auto industry for a while: former Ford CEO
    Yahoo Finance

    Coronavirus pandemic will be a problem for the auto industry for a while: former Ford CEO

    The auto industry is reeling amid the coronavirus. TPG Global senior advisors and former Ford CEO Mark Fields chats with Yahoo Finance.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    INSIGHT-Mother of invention: the new gadgets dreamt up to fight coronavirus

    Driving to work at his factory to the west of London last week, designer Steve Brooks had coronavirus on his mind. "Everyone has to use their little finger or find the bit of the door that nobody's touched," said the designer and owner at DDB Ltd, a company which makes office furniture. From furniture makers to AI software developers, companies around the world are adapting existing products or inventing new ones to help fight the pandemic or just make life easier for those working from home, in hospitals or stuck in quarantine.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK says hundreds of ventilators could follow first batch

    Hundreds more ventilators ordered by Britain from businesses and approved by health regulators could be ready following the delivery of an initial batch at the weekend, the government said in a statement on Tuesday. The statement, building on the earlier announcement of the date of the first batch, also said thousands of other new devices to help fight coronavirus would be made available in the coming weeks. Britain has ordered 10,000 of the ventilator model, known as 'Penlon', from a consortium including Ford, Airbus and McLaren.

  • Coronavirus concerns delay restart of Ford's North American production
    Reuters

    Coronavirus concerns delay restart of Ford's North American production

    To generate cash, the No. 2 U.S. automaker had said last week it was poised to restart production at some plants in North America as early as April 6, bringing back such profitable vehicles as its top-selling F-150 full-sized pickup, the Transit commercial van and SUVs. "The health and safety of our workforce, dealers, customers, partners and communities remains our highest priority," Kumar Galhotra, president of Ford's North American operations, said in a statement. Galhotra said Ford was working closely with the United Auto Workers union to "develop additional health and safety procedures" to help keep hourly workers healthy.

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