Daily Management Review

Ford Expects A Drop In Its Next Year’s Financial Performance


09/14/2016


2017 may not be as shining for Ford’s financial activities in comparison to 2016.



Last week, the Company of Ford Motor informed that the company’s upcoming year of 2017’s “financial performance” will be dull in comparison to its current year’s performance. The degradation in performance will be caused by the ‘increased spending on "emerging opportunities’”.
 
Moreover, Bernie Woodall reporting to Reuters added:
“Last week, Ford lowered its 2016 pre-tax profit forecast to $10.2 billion from at least $10.8 billion because of a charge to be reported in the third quarter for an expanded vehicle recall”.
 
 
 
References:
http://www.reuters.com/







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