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Ford (NYSE: F) is transforming into a high-yield dividend stock -- and for the right reason. This obviously isn't the ideal way for shareholders to become owners of a high-yield dividend stock. In Ford's case, the company took the opportunity of its second-quarter earnings call to announce it is increasing its quarterly dividend payment by 50% to $0.15 per share, which comes out to an attractive, market-beating 4% forward dividend yield.
(Bloomberg) -- New limits for claiming the electric-vehicle tax credit can remain in Democrats’ tax and spending bill after the Senate parliamentarian determined they comply with the chamber’s budget rules, according to a spokeswoman for the Senate’s tax-writing committee. The provision, which automakers such as Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Co. lobbied to change, includes prohibitions on batteries and critical minerals that are processed in China and other “foreign entities of concern,” whi