Ford Motor (F) has a market cap of $49.0 billion. It fell 2.8% to close at $12.38 per share on September 9, 2016. The stock’s weekly, monthly, and year-to-date (or YTD) price movements were -0.48%, 1.1%, and -7.2%, respectively, on the same day.
F is trading 0.61% below its 20-day moving average, 2.6% below its 50-day moving average, and 2.9% below its 200-day moving average.
Related ETFs and peers
The Guggenheim Multi-Asset Income ETF (CVY) invests 0.88% of its holdings in Ford Motor. The ETF tracks the Zacks Multi-Asset Income Index. The index aims to outperform the Dow Jones US Select Dividend Index using US stocks, ADRs (American depositary receipts), REITs, MLPs, CEFs (closed-end funds), preferred stocks, and royalty trusts. The YTD price movement of CVY was 7.9% on September 9, 2016.
The First Trust Large Cap Value AlphaDex ETF (FTA) invests 0.83% of its holdings in Ford Motor. The ETF tracks an index that selects and weights value stocks from the S&P 500 Value Index using fundamental factors, including sales, book value, and cash flows.
The market caps of Ford Motor’s competitors are as follows:
Latest news on Ford
In a press release on September 9, 2016, Ford Motor reported, “Ford is teaming up with major global cities – starting with San Francisco – to solve congestion issues and help people move more easily, today and in the future.”
It also noted, “The company today is announcing an agreement to acquire Chariot, a San Francisco-based crowd-sourced shuttle service, and collaborating with bike-sharing provider Motivate to expand its transportation solutions in city centers. Ford also is establishing a new City Solutions team to work with cities around the world on their transportation needs.”
Ford’s sales in August 2016
Ford Motor (F) reported total vehicle sales of more than 214,000 units, a decline of 8.4% from August 2015.
- The Ford brand reported sales of just more than 205,000 units, a decline of 9.0% from August 2015. This includes the Focus, Explorer, Escape, and F-Series trucks, whose sales fell 27.9%, 15.5%, 2.8%, and 6.1%, respectively. Sales of transit trucks rose 16.9%.
- The Lincoln brand reported sales of 9,243 units, which includes MKZ cars. This is an increase of 7.0% from August 2015. MKX and SUV (sport utility vehicle) sales rose 7.1% and 49.9%, respectively.
The following is a breakdown of Ford’s sales by type:
- Cars reported sales of ~52,000 units, a decline of 25.4% from August 2015.
- SUVs reported sales of nearly 74,000 units, a decline of 0.84% from August 2015.
- Trucks reported sales of more than 88,000 units, a decline of 1.6% from August 2015.
Ford reported sales of 126,834 units in Asia-Pacific, an increase of 22% from August 2015.
Sales in China were as follows:
- Ford and its joint ventures reported sales of 96,450 units, an increase of 22.0% from August 2015.
- Changan Ford Automobile (CAF) reported sales of 75,228 units, a rise of 26% from August 2015, and sales of 578,947 units YTD, a rise of 13.0% from the same period the previous year.
- Jiangling Motor (JMC) reported sales of 19,951 units, an increase of 16% from August 2015, and sales of 159,213 units YTD, a decline of 3% from the same period the previous year.
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