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Ford laid an egg this week in releasing its latest earnings. When earnings surprises lead to big gaps in price, reversal is expected. In this case, don't be so sure.
Ford (F) stock rating was decreased at Goldman Sachs this morning after reporting lower-than-expected fiscal 2016 second quarter results on Thursday.
Here are Friday's top research calls, including downgrades for Harley-Davidson and Ford, an upgrade for Dow Chemical and new coverage on Target.
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Was GDP sluggish or buoyant in Q2? And still no word on stimulus from the Bank of Japan and prime minister Abe.
The economy needs consumers to buy, buy, buy but so far consumers have been all over the map, Cramer says.
The best advice I can give right now is sell down to a sleeping position on GM.
President of Adams Automotive Group in Missouri Scott Adams joined CNBC's 'Power Lunch' today to discuss automotive incentives.
Another busy day on the earnings calendar kept trading erratic again on Thursday, though the S&P 500 and Nasdaq managed to clinch slight gains by the end of the session.
Stocks are mixed on Thursday as an earnings miss from Ford clouds a number of better-than-expected quarters from other major companies.
We check in on eight companies that already have reported results and three others that will report in the next couple weeks.
CNBC contributors explained what Ford's (F)weak Q2 earnings says about the current state of the economy on "Fast Money: Halftime Report."
Second quarter earnings have been mixed so far, according to Jim Cramer.
Even with half of S&P 500 companies having reported, a clear picture of the earnings season remains murky.
Shares of Ford motor losing some ground in Thursday's session after the automaker posted mixed second quarter results.
Ford (F) President and CEO Mark Fields spoke with BloombergTV's Matt Miller today on 'Bloomberg Markets: European Close' to discuss Brexit's impact on 2016 second quarter earnings.
Another heavy day on the earnings front kept investors busy.
Jim Cramer says Ford CEO Mark Fields told him at the end of June that the 'market isn't that bullish for North America' and Thursday's quarterly report reflects those comments.
Ford is bringing back the four-barrel, but this time around, it's for a different kind of fuel - the kind meant to motivate working truck customers.
Ford says it remains committed to guidance for the rest of 2016, while noting 'risks' and a maturing economic recovery.
This is the first big disappointment of the earnings season.
Ford (F) stock is tumbling this morning after reporting second-quarter results, and Jim Cramer notes that consumers currently aren't spending on vehicles.
Stocks fall on Thursday as an earnings miss from Ford and worrying production news from Boeing spreads pessimism.