ADVFN - Advanced Financial Network.
HOME» NYSE » F » F Stock Price » F Stock News

Ford Motor Share News

 Ford Motor Company Stock Price
F Stock Price
 Ford Motor Company Stock Chart
F Stock Chart
 Ford Motor Company Stock News
F Stock News
 Ford Motor Company Company Information
F Company Information
 Ford Motor Company Stock Trades
F Stock Trades, See July New Auto Sales Up

Sales of new cars in the U.S. are expected to increase in July from a year earlier, with Japanese automakers poised to see double-digit percentage sales gains, according to reports from and While both firms estimated about 1.2 million new cars will be sold in July,'s forecast translated into a seasonally adjusted annual sales rate of 14 million light vehicles while's translated into an annual sales rate of 14.1 million. Online automotive-information provider expects new U.S. auto sales to jump 10% in July from a year earlier and to decline 9.2% from June. "July generally has the lowest mix of fleet sales every year, so this month tested the strength of the retail market," said Senior Analyst Jessica Caldwell. "With a pace that's still on track for around 14 million vehicles, it's a good sign that fleet is not carrying the industry." In July 2011, Japanese automakers reported weak sales in the wake of Japan's earthquake and tsunami. said it expects Honda Motor Co. (HMC, 7267.TO) to record a 54% increase in sales, while Toyota Motor Corp. (TM, 7203.TO) and Nissan Motor Co. (NSANY, 7201.TO) are expected to post sales gains of 30% and 16%, respectively. Among U.S. automakers, said, Chrysler Group LLC sales are expected to rise 9.2%. Ford Motor Co. (F) and General Motors Co. (GM) are projected to see sales declines of 2.5% and 0.3%, respectively. July had 24 sales days, while the year-ago month had 26 sales days. Separately, industry-research site said it expects industry-wide July U.S. auto sales, including sales by Germany's Volkswagen AG (VLKAY, VOW.XE) and South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co. (HYMLY, 005380.SE), to improve 11% from a year earlier and to decline 8.8% from June. Among Japanese automakers, said it expects Honda sales to jump 45%, while Toyota sales are projected to increase 22% and Nissan sales to rise about 13%. Chrysler is projected to see sales rise 18%, the biggest gain among U.S. automakers, said. It expects GM sales to edge up 0.3% and Ford sales to slip 1.1%. also expects Volkswagen sales to climb 30% from a year earlier and Hyundai/Kia sales to improve 5.8%. Average incentive spending declined for the third straight month in July, said. Average spending per unit for July is projected at $2,480, a 3.7% decline from a year earlier and a 2.7% drop from June. The firm noted that Japanese automakers are boosting incentive spending this summer and are becoming more aggressive in marketing their vehicles. Chrysler is a unit of Fiat SpA (FIATY, F.MI). Write to Nathalie Tadena at Subscribe to WSJ:

Stock News for Ford Motor (F)
11/24/201518:03:03Ford's New Labor Deal: Good for Workers, Not Bad for Shareholders
11/24/201511:03:00Details of Ford Motor Company’s Nov. 30 Briefing on UAW-Ford 2...
11/24/201509:00:00Media Advisory: Details of Ford Motor Company’s November 2015 U...
11/23/201511:40:00Ford Won't Equip Cars with Takata Air Bag Inflaters
11/23/201511:10:00Ford Recalls 450,000 Midsize Cars for Possible Fuel Leak
11/23/201509:00:03Could Ford and GM Revive These 2 Brands As Competition Heats...
11/22/201512:34:03Ford Motor Company's Best-Selling SUV Just Got Even Better
11/22/201511:03:03The 2017 Buick LaCrosse: General Motors' Big Buick Gets a Big...
11/21/201511:25:02Will This 2017 Lincoln MKZ Save Ford's Luxury Push?
11/21/201509:37:021 Way Ford Motor Company Dominates Crosstown Rival General Motors
11/21/201500:41:00Ford, GM UAW Workers Ratify Labor Pacts -- 2nd Update
11/21/201500:27:00Ford, GM UAW Workers Ratify Labor Pacts -- Update
11/20/201519:06:00United Auto Workers Union Ratifies Tentative Pact With General...
11/20/201511:50:00New Labor Pacts to Undercut Auto Industry Savings: Study
11/20/201510:56:00Research Firm Sees U.S. Car Maker Labor Costs Up Significantly...
11/20/201506:00:00Watch the latest episode of BizWireTV from Business Wire
11/19/201516:20:10Will Workers Reject Ford's New Labor Deal?
11/19/201513:18:04Better Dividend Stock: Ford or Bank of America?
11/19/201510:03:03Major Automakers' Progress in Europe Continues, but Momentum...
11/18/201512:37:00UAW Officials Urge Ford Workers To Approve Labor Deal

Ford Motor and other New York Stock Exchange stock quotes are delayed by at least 20 minutes.
All other stock price data is delayed by at least 15 minutes unless otherwise stated.
By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions
Contact Us | Copyright 1999-2007 ADVFN PLC. | Privacy Policy | Investment Warning | Data accreditations | Investor Relations