Time to Look at Ford
WallStNation dives into Ford (F) -- Ford Motor (F) continues to rebuild from the ashes of 2008 as the only American automaker to not take a bailout.
Ford (F) shares have backed down from its $13 share price seen in the beginning of the year. Since February Ford shares have fallen 28% and Friday finished at $9.34. That puts its annual dividend yield at 2% and its price-to-earnings ratio at an incredibly cheap value of 2. However there's a reason Ford shares are in the $9 range.
In July the company revealed its full-year loss in Europe to exceed $1 billion. Ford is hurting in Europe and with a Q2 pretax loss of $404 million but there could be hope on the horizon. Continue..
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