The United Auto Workers (UAW) strike enters into its third week of picketing against Big Three automakers Ford (F), General Motors (GM), and Stellantis (STLA). While union representatives are seeing progress in labor negotiations with Stellantis, the UAW has extended its picket lines to additional Ford and GM facilities. Is this strike already beginning to weigh on the auto industry? CFRA VP & Equity Analyst Garret Nelson lays out which of the Big Three are the most vulnerable and the long-term ripple effects on auto production in the case of a prolonged strike. "Our ratings right now, we have a strong sell on GM and that's because we think they're in the most precarious position of the Detroit Three," Nelson states. "Heading into the strike, they had far fewer inventories at the dealerships, if you look across their major four auto brands." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
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