Ford

NYSE: F
$13.78
+$0.07 (+0.5%)
Closing price September 24, 2021
The electric vehicle has been the dream of futurists for years, and it is probably coming sooner rather than later. The analysts at Jefferies think these three top companies are poised to be huge...
Four stocks reporting June-quarter results after markets close Wednesday include a social media giant, an automaker, a fintech giant and a top chipmaker.
24/7 Wall St. takes a look at famed market personality Jim Cramer’s latest buy and sell recommendations and overall analysis.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Bank of New York Mellon, Cloudflare, Consolidated Edison, Ford, IBM, Incyte, Simon Properties and Skechers.
Short interest for both EV makers and traditional carmakers was mostly lower in the two-week reporting period that ended June 30.
Short interest dipped in the two-week period that ended June 15as share prices increased for both traditional automakers and EV makers.
24/7 Wall St. takes a look at famed market personality Jim Cramer’s latest buy and sell recommendations and overall analysis.
Here's a look at the latest analyst calls for Tuesday, June 22.
Lordstown Motors, a startup maker of an all-electric pickup, has amended an SEC filing to include language related to its continuation as a viable company.
Ford has introduced a compact Maverick hybrid pickup that sells for under $20,000 and is planned to get 40 mpg in city driving.
Ford reported encouraging news on sales of electric vehicles s so far this year, and Tesla is facing some sales problems in China.
There are now about 12 million EVs on global roads and highways and the rate of adoption is expected to increase by a third this year.
How Exxon and Ford, two of the longest-lived benefactors from the fossil fuel boom of the past 150 years, have reacted to the threat of alternative energy vehicles to their traditional businesses.
Tesla is considering paying in advance for guaranteed delivery of the semiconductors it needs and is toying with the idea of building its own chip fab.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Airbnb, CrowdStrike, DoorDash, Ford, Intuit, Lumber Liquidators, Occidental Petroleum, T-Mobile, Twilio, Uber and UBS.