Ford (F -4.8%) and General Motors (GM -8.7%) are in the investor doghouse after sales rose less...

Ford (F -4.8%) and General Motors (GM -8.7%) are in the investor doghouse after sales rose less than expected in October. Ford posted a 6.2% bump, below forecasts, although strong SUV sales offer hope for near-term margin improvement. GM sales inched forward; inventory rose to 82 days' supply, up from 67 days in September.

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  • Vlad77
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    Its not like the news from Greece had anything to do with today's slump.
    1 Nov 2011, 03:32 PM Reply Like
  • Conventional Wisdumb
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    The car that is "Winning The Future" for Obama's Government Motors, The Volt, must be selling like hotcakes.


    Oh wait, just like the the Administration it is a well intentioned flop.


    GM can't aggressively sell SUV's and Trucks, which coincidentally are the only products that GM can produce at a huge profit, because of their "carbon footprint" (I'm throwing up in my mouth). So because of the fraud of man-made global warming, GM has thrown billions of dollars (taxpayer money once again) into the Volt sinkhole which is just another poignant example of the unintended consequences of following a policy built upon a foundation of lies.
    1 Nov 2011, 03:33 PM Reply Like
  • Marty8142
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    I think in this economy the investors s Gould have been happy, not ecstatic or depressed. I w I'll continue to buy Ford stock and I own two great Ford cars. My Mustang is a 2006 with almost 60000 miles and not one issue. My 2011 Fusion is great with about 5000 miles and it is everything I wanted and was promised.
    2 Nov 2011, 08:52 AM Reply Like
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