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Ford may shut some U.S. plants on lack of engines from Mexico

Ford (F) may need to shut some U.S. car plants as early as next week if they fail to receive engines produced in Mexico's Chihuahua state, U.S. ambassador to Mexico Christopher Landau says.Landau says a senior Ford executive told him that the company was concerned about the engines produced in...

Seeking Alpha | July 9, 2020

Ford posts strong quarter in China

Ford (F) reports sales in China through its joint ventures rose 3% to 158,589 units in Q2 to outpace rival GM. The positive sales growth for a quarter was the first in three years. The automaker says strong consumer demand and favorable product mix supported by new vehicle launches helped...

Seeking Alpha | July 9, 2020

Ford may shut US plants due to lack of engines from Mexico: US ambassador

Ford Motor Co may have to shut some U.S. car plants as early as next week if they fail to receive engines produced in Mexico's Chihuahua state, Christopher Landau, the U.S. ambassador to Mexico, said on Thursday.

Channel NewsAsia | July 9, 2020

Ford CEO backs 'commitment to police' after calls to curb vehicle production for forces

The top executive of Ford Motor Company is refusing to halt the production of police vehicles after a scathing letter from employees accused the company of perpetuating a system of oppression.

Washington Examiner | July 9, 2020

Ford may shut U.S. plants due to lack of engines from Mexico: U.S. ambassador

Ford Motor Co may have to shut some U.S. car plants as early as next week if they fail to receive engines produced in Mexico's Chihuahua state, Christopher Landau, the U.S. ambassador to Mexico, said on Thursday.

Reuters | July 9, 2020

CleanSpark, Inc. and ReJoule Awarded $2.9 Million Dollar Second-Life EV Battery Grant with Support from Ford Motor Company

SALT LAKE CITY and STANTON, Calif., July 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- CleanSpark, Inc. (Nasdaq: CLSK), a diversified software and services company, and ReJoule, a battery diagnostics and optimization company announced that they have been awarded a grant from the California Energy Commission….

PR Newswire | July 9, 2020

Ford employees ask if company should stop building police vehicles

An estimated 100 employees of Ford Motor Co. have asked the automaker to reconsider building and selling police vehicles.

Yahoo Finance | July 9, 2020

Ford could shut plants in U.S. due to lack of Mexican engines - U.S. Ambassador

Ford Motor Co. could have to shut down factories in the United States next week if they don't receive engines produced for their cars in Mexico's Chihuahua state, the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Christopher Landau said on Thursday. Landau said a senior Ford executive told him Wednesday night about his company's concerns about the engines produced by Ford in Chihuahua state, where the governor has "limited industrial capacity to 50%" due to worries about the coronavirus. "They're saying that they're going to start shutting down factories in the United States as of next week if they don't get that rolling," added Landau, in a talk organized by the Atlantic Council.

Yahoo | July 9, 2020

Mutual Funds Just Had Their Best 6 Months in Years. Most Still Lagged the Market.

The average return of large-cap mutual funds in the first six months of 2020 was a 1.6% loss, versus a loss of less than half a percentage point for the Russell 1000 index.

Yahoo | July 9, 2020

Here's a Glimmer of Hope for Ford Investors

For investors who have watched COVID-19 put the global automotive industry through pain, whether it's suppliers, manufacturers, dealerships, or many others, there's a glimmer of hope that automakers could recover from China's slump sooner than originally believed. Ford sold nearly 159,000 vehicles during the second quarter. Ford's transit commercial vehicles grew 60.9% compared to the prior year, and Lincoln luxury vehicles gained 12%.

Yahoo | July 9, 2020



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