FCAU

$9.22
+$0.38 (+4.3%)
Closing price June 1, 2020
The pandemic has caused supply and demand problems for Ford and damaged consumer confidence.
Carl Sullivan
Car sales in Europe imploded in April, hurting the ambitions of two of America's largest car companies.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Even as Ford plants reopen the coronavirus has cut demand and rattled the supply chain, as well as shareholders.
Carl Sullivan
Ford intends to restart the assembly lines at its North American factories on May 18. The plants have been closed since March 19 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Carla Baranauckas
Ford's balance sheet troubles and junk-rated debt make a recovery difficult. The company has to get back on its feet quickly.
Paul Ausick
While Ford stock is at the back of the pack in terms of its performance, the outlook provided with recent earnings doesn’t paint an encouraging picture going forward, for neither the stock nor the...
Chris Lange
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of Disney, GM, T-Mobile, Uber some of the other most anticipated quarterly reports due this week.
Trey Thoelcke
GM announced Monday that it has extended two credit agreements while suspending its dividend and buybacks as it builds liquidity during the coronavirus pandemic.
Paul Ausick
New car sales in the European Union fell by 55% in March leading to a decline of more than 25% for the first quarter. Lockdowns related to the coronavirus pandemic get the blame for the declines.
Paul Ausick
Congressional negotiators have struck a deal with the Trump administration on a $2 trillion stimulus package to offset some of the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. Investors are finding winners...
Paul Ausick
Ford has announced the closure of assembly plants in North America, Asia and elsewhere due to the coronavirus pandemic. The questions is, even when production resumes, will there be buyers?
Paul Ausick
To say that the auto industry is about to take a beating due to the coronavirus pandemic is perhaps an understatement.
Paul Ausick
Ford continues to struggle while several rivals take U.S. market share. Ford needs to make a stand somewhere, if it can.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Consumer Reports looked at 33 brands for its automotive Brand Report Card Rankings this year, and the Fiat brand finished dead last.
Douglas A. McIntyre
New car sales in the European Union rose over 1% year over year in 2019 to more than 15 million vehicles. U.S. automakers Ford and Fiat Chrysler both posted lower year-over-year sales totals.
Paul Ausick