Ford Motor Company – Consensus Says Potential 7.0% Rise

Ford Motor Company found using the ticker (F) now have 20 total analysts covering the stock. The consensus rating is “Buy”. The range between the high target price and the low target price is between 18 and 11 with an average TP of 15.36. With the stock’s previous close at 14.35, this indicates that there is a potential upside of 7.0%. There is a 50 day moving average of 13.26 and the 200 day MA is 13.4. The company has a market capitalization of $ 57,325 million. For more information, visit:

Ford Motor Company designs, manufactures, markets and services a line of Lincoln trucks, cars, sport utility vehicles, electrified vehicles and luxury vehicles around the world. It operates through three segments: Automotive, Mobility and Ford Credit. Automotive segment sells Ford and Lincoln vehicles, parts and accessories through distributors and dealers, as well as through dealerships to commercial fleet customers, day car rental companies and governments. The Mobility segment designs and builds mobility services; and provides autonomous driving systems development services. The Ford Credit segment is primarily engaged in vehicle financing and leasing activities to and through automobile dealerships. It provides installment retail sales contracts for new and used vehicles; and direct finance leases for new vehicles to retail and commercial customers, such as leasing companies, government entities, daily leasing companies and fleet customers. This segment also offers wholesale loans to dealers to finance the purchase of vehicles in stock; and dealer loans to finance working capital and improve dealer facilities, purchase dealer real estate and other dealer vehicle programs. Ford Motor Company has a strategic collaboration with ARB Corporation Limited to develop a line of aftermarket products for the new Ford Bronco. The company was founded in 1903 and is headquartered in Dearborn, Michigan.

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