Ford Motor (F)
$4.36 0.04 (0.91%)
20:00 EDT F Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $4.36
Market Cap 17.07B
PE Ratio 2.26
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 90.89M
Day's Range 4.25 - 4.57
52-Week Range 3.96 - 10.56
Dividend & Yield 0.73 (16.74%)
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It was a complicated session in the stock market today, despite the mellow move in the indices. Oil spiked big time, as did jobless claims.
By Thomas Niel
In other words, watch out with falling knife F stock. Shares may have rebounded from under $4 per share to over $5 per share in a matter of days. But it may pay to wait-and-see, and enter at a more compelling entry point.
When will things turn around for Ford stock? There's no sign of improvement anytime in the future, and Wall Street is getting restless.
F stock will rebound as orders pick up in H2 2020. Ford's dividend could return by year-end if the downturn peaks soon.
An impending bailout has sparked talk of restrictions on stock buybacks. Here are seven companies that should have cut back years ago.
Ford is facing a decline in revenue after shutting down its factories. Here are three reasons F stock should be able to bounce back.
Ford stock will feel the impact of S&P's move to downgrade Ford to junk status. It could get worse as coronavirus hammers new car sales.
Ford is priced like the status quo will continue for some time. However, the reality is likely different. And that places the long-term case for F stock into question.
Equities ripped higher, as the S&P 500 garnered big gains in the stock market today. That's as corporate America comes to the rescue.
F stock is suffering extreme pain. The negative trend had been ongoing and the fallout from the pandemic put it in overdrive. But this too shall pass.
By David Moadel
If Ford would just throw shareholders a bone, F stock could be attractive at the current valuation. Here's what investors need to consider.
F stock is a potential rebound play as the company pivots toward electric vehicles, starting with the Mustang Mach-E.
Automaker Ford is one of the latest company’s taking preventative measures against COVID-19 and shares are getting hit. Still, the F stock price chart shows little reason to think a bottom is nearby
Ford is suspending its dividend, while Boeing's weighing a dividend move. Tech rebounded a bit in the stock market today.
F stock has tumbled below $5 a share, leaving the automaker's dividend yield in a vulnerable position at this point.
Ford has been in a bear mode since 2014. Unfortunately, even at the current low levels for F stock, there is probably little reason for investors to jump on board.
Stocks hit new 52-week lows in the stock market today, as equities continue to free-fall on coronavirus-related worries.
Before the Coronavirus crisis hit, Ford looked very good for its dividend. Here's why you shouldn't count F stock out just yet.
The following are the 20 top-selling vehicles in the United States in Q1 2020, as reported by automakers and ranked by total units. Top 20 selling vehicles in the United States in Q1 2020: RANK VEHICLE Q1 2020 Q1 2019 PCT CHNG 1 Ford F-Series P/U 186,562 214,611 -13.1 2 Chevy Silverado-C/K P/U 144,734 114,313 +26.6 3 Ram P/U 128,805 120,026 +7.3 4 Toyota RAV4 97,631 83,820 +16.5 5 Toyota Camry 77,188 81,684 -5.5 6 Chevrolet Equinox 73,453 88,500 -17.0 7 Honda CR-V 71,186 87,280 -18.4 8 Toyota Corolla 69,214 78,608 -12.0 9 Honda Civic 63,944 78,185 -18.2 10 Nissan Rogue 59,716 93,814 -36.3 11 Ford Explorer 56,310 61,922 -9.1 12 Toyota Tacoma 53,636 58,183 -7.8 13 GMC Sierra P/U 53,009 40,546 +30.7 14 Jeep Grand Cherokee 50,083 57,749 -13.3 15 Ford Escape 48,117 60,702 -20.7 16 Toyota Highlander 47,890 52,621 -9.0 17 Nissan Altima 47,347 51,480 -8.0 18 Honda Accord 47,125 64,411 -26.8 19 Jeep Wrangler 39,668 49,978 -20.6 20 Ford Fusion 36,937 41,683 -11.4 (Compiled by Bengaluru Newsroom)
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