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  • For RACE, its 30 day story count is now at 19.
  • Over the past 24 days, the trend for RACE's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 3.
  • The most mentioned tickers in articles about RACE are DOOR, SEAT and AG.

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2 Reasons Ferrari Is Expensive and Still a Stock to Buy

There are many reasons Ferrari is a compelling stock, but here's a look at how it measures up against competitors.

Yahoo | September 25, 2022

VLEEY vs. RACE: Which Stock Should Value Investors Buy Now?

VLEEY vs. RACE: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?

Yahoo | September 23, 2022

3 Most Promising Car Stocks Following the 2022 Detroit Auto Show  

Among the three most robust car stocks to buy now are RACE, HAIL and STLA, as these companies stand out despite the market's weakness.

Tezcan Gecgil on InvestorPlace | September 22, 2022

3 Most Promising Car Stocks Following the 2022 Detroit Auto Show

Today we will discuss three car stocks to buy as the North American International Auto Show returns to Detroit after a three-year absence. Although it was a smaller event than in previous years, Wall Street was eager to see which automakers were driving in the fast lane. In 2021, car sales metrics in the U.S. were strong. U.S. car sales approached 15 million, coming behind China with about 21.5 million. That said, automakers have dealt with several challenges so far this year. For starters, the

Yahoo | September 22, 2022

Swiss activists drop campaign against F-35 fighter deal

Activists have withdrawn their campaign to stop Switzerland from buying 36 Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II fighter jets after the government signed a $5.5 billion procurement deal without waiting for a referendum. Switzerland chose the F-35 last year as its next-generation fighter jet, angering opponents who said they would ensure a referendum to overturn what they called an unnecessary "Ferrari" option. Parliament approved the deal last week, and a contract was signed on Monday even as opponents were gathering signatures to force a referendum under the Swiss system of direct democracy.

Yahoo | September 20, 2022

Letter: Porsche vs Ferrari

Management and advisers can aspire to a luxury valuation but Porsche is naive to believe it can follow in Ferrari’s tread (Report, September 16). Simply put, a Porsche no longer turns heads whereas a Ferrari remains a sight to be seen.

Yahoo | September 19, 2022

Ferrari N.v.: Periodic Report on the Buyback Program

Maranello (Italy), September 19, 2022 – Ferrari N.V. (NYSE/EXM: RACE) (“Ferrari” or the “Company”) informs that the Company has purchased, under the Euro 150 million share buyback program announced on June 30, 2022, as the initial tranche of the multi-year share buyback program of approximately Euro 2 billion expected to be executed by 2026 in line with the disclosure made during the 2022 Capital Markets Day (the “First Tranche”), the additional common shares - reported in aggregate form, on a d

Yahoo | September 19, 2022

Ferrari’s Family Car: 4 Seats, 1 Trunk—and 800 Horsepower

The Purosangue is the Italian sports-car maker’s first family car. But since it’s Ferrari, it’s a lot of car and a lot of luxury.

Yahoo | September 17, 2022

Formula 1 teams fear losing top staff as labour costs rise

Formula 1 teams have warned of rising labour costs as energy prices and inflation pile pressure on a sport that depends on developing cars at high-tech factories and sending parts and drivers around the world to race. Bigger salaries would compound a surge in costs for car parts, travel and energy, as F1 teams grapple with how to protect the real income of their staff in a sector characterised by fierce competition for engineers and demand for raw materials. In a technical and travel-intensive world championship, teams are exposed to global supply chains as they source parts and move staff across continents to stage grands prix.

Yahoo | September 16, 2022

Swiss parliament approves $5.5 bln purchase of F-35 fighters

The Swiss parliament gave final approval on Thursday to buy 36 Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II fighter jets, pressing ahead without waiting for a referendum on the $5.5 billion deal. Switzerland chose the F-35 last year as its next-generation fighter jet, angering opponents who said they would ensure a referendum was held to overturn what they called an unnecessary "Ferrari" option.

Yahoo | September 15, 2022

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