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Ford Motor Company (F)

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6.80-0.13 (-1.95%)
As of 12:10PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close6.93
Bid6.79 x 27000
Ask6.80 x 45900
Day's Range6.79 - 6.92
52 Week Range3.96 - 9.65
Avg. Volume86,109,617
Market Cap27.033B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.32
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.54
Earnings DateOct. 27, 2020
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateJan. 29, 2020
1y Target Est7.41
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    General Motors Co on Thursday unveiled the first in a series of Cadillac electric vehicles, part of a bid to revitalize the flagging luxury brand and make inroads in a market so far dominated by electric carmaker Tesla Inc. The Cadillac LYRIQ, an all-electric mid-size SUV, is due to start U.S. production in late 2022. Shortly before that, production will begin in China, the luxury brand's largest market.

  • Ford Senior Leaders to Describe Opportunities in Europe at J.P. Morgan Auto Conference on Aug. 12
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    Ford Senior Leaders to Describe Opportunities in Europe at J.P. Morgan Auto Conference on Aug. 12

    Senior leaders from Ford will discuss the company’s European business with J.P. Morgan lead auto analyst Ryan Brinkman during the J.P. Morgan Auto Conference on Wednesday, Aug. 12 at 10 a.m. EDT.

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    Modern driver-assistance technology 'far from reliable' -AAA study

    Advanced driver assistance technology that automates steering and braking in a growing number of vehicles is not providing reliable safety benefits, a new study by the American Automobile Association showed on Thursday. Researchers at AAA, a federation of North American motor clubs, found that the systems recorded disruptions and disengaged roughly every eight miles (12 km), encountering situations they were not equipped to handle. "AAA has repeatedly found that active driving assistance systems do not perform consistently, especially in real-word scenarios," Greg Brannon, AAA's director of automotive engineering and industry relations, said in a statement.