CBS's Moonves Sees Encouraging Signs From Auto Industry

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Ford Shares have Gained back 234% YTD with No Bailout Funds

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Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) unlike its rivals is TARP free and its company stock has gone from $1.50 this year to the current $7.70 range and the future is looking strong, or should I say 'Ford Tough'.

Early Volume Leaders include Citi, GE, BofA and Ford

Same Bat-Time, Same Bat-Channel

The major equity markets are trying to find steam from yesterday's announcement that the 'Recession is Over'.  Leading the volume today is a familiar sign of the same bat-time, same bat-channel stars: Citigroup (NYSE:C), General Electric (NYSE:GE), Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) but a surprise appearance by Ford Motor (NYSE:F).

Sector to Watch - Automakers

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Stocks Fall Monday with Citi and BofA Leading in Volume

Stocks Fall - Bear Market

Just another manic Monday but many of us saw this coming, leading the selling today are Citigroup Inc (NYSE:C) and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) with 370 and 138 million shares already traded as of 11:40 EST AM respectively, get ready for the dip.

Europeans Buying Fords for Seven Straight Months

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If Europeans are buying Fords, maybe you should be buying Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F).

Despite the fact that most of the car manufacturers around the globe are suffering from the banking crisis, few companies are making an increase in sales domestically and in the foreign markets. The biggest example for this nowadays is Ford Motor Company.

Ford cutting Suppliers, by Half

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Ford (NYSE:F) is planning to slash the number of its suppliers almost in half by year's end, to 850 from a current list of 1,683.

Ford Comeback thanks to 'Clunkers' (Video)

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Ford Sales Highest since July 2008

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Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) released its May sales totals Tuesday, reporting that it sold 161,197 cars and light trucks, a 24% decline from May 2008, but a 20% improvement from April 2009.

Ford to Sell 300 million shares

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Ford Motor (NYSE:F) has plans to raise funds for their retiree healthcare trust to the tune of 300 million new shares. At Monday's closing price of $6.08 a share, the deal would raise $1.8 billion in cash.

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