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Being Optimistic About Ford
By Zacks Equity Research

Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F - News), the only member of the Detroit Three that evaded bankruptcy, recently announced that it would enhance its production level by 16% y-o-y to 485,000 vehicles for the third quarter of this year.

The raise comes on top of a planned 10% increase to 460,000 units announced last month. Ford will manufacture an additional 15,000 cars and 10,000 trucks compared to its previous production schedule. It will focus on cars such as Mustang and Focus as well as on pickup trucks.

Ford's move is mainly driven by strong sales results expected in June. According to the Ford U.S. sales analyst George Pipas, North American vehicle sales during the month could decline by 25%-30%. This will then be the least sales decline that the industry has witnessed since September 2008.

According to Pipas, Ford's sales could even decline by 10%-20% during the month and if it does, it would be the lowest since July 2008. In the first five months of 2009, the company posted a monthly average sales decline of 37.4%. Pipas assured a revival of consumer confidence and stated that the worst is over for both auto sales and the economy.

Considering the overall outlook for the company, Ford's decision to raise production appears to be in line with the previous positive remark about its financial position. In mid-June, Ford's CEO, Allan Mullaly, commented that the company has a sound balance sheet and is progressing towards further reduction in debt. The company is also continuing talks with UAW on ways to boost its cost effectiveness, including issues such as no-strike provision that had been rejected by the Ford workers in 2008.

Overall, in line with its business viability plan presented in December last year, Ford still anticipates returning to profitability and generating positive cash flow in 2011. Unlike its peers, General Motors (Other OTC: GMGMQ- News) and Chrysler, Ford has survived bankruptcy due to its $23.5 billion liquidity raised in 2006.

However, the company does not stand in a better position compared to General Motors and Chrysler in their post-bankruptcy situation. At the end of first quarter of 2009, Ford had about $32 billion in debt. In contrast, Chrysler left bankruptcy with about $11 billion in debt and GM will be left with about $17 billion in debt after the bankruptcy process. This is because Ford's cash reserves were built not through profits but by mortgaging most of its assets.

Hence, we reserve our opinion to recommend Ford as Hold with a target price of $6.50.
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Being Optimistic About Ford
By Zacks Equity Research

Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F - News), the only member of the Detroit Three that evaded bankruptcy, recently announced that it would enhance its production level by 16% y-o-y to 485,000 vehicles for the third quarter of this year.

The raise comes on top of a planned 10% increase to 460,000 units announced last month. Ford will manufacture an additional 15,000 cars and 10,000 trucks compared to its previous production schedule. It will focus on cars such as Mustang and Focus as well as on pickup trucks.

Ford's move is mainly driven by strong sales results expected in June. According to the Ford U.S. sales analyst George Pipas, North American vehicle sales during the month could decline by 25%-30%. This will then be the least sales decline that the industry has witnessed since September 2008.

According to Pipas, Ford's sales could even decline by 10%-20% during the month and if it does, it would be the lowest since July 2008. In the first five months of 2009, the company posted a monthly average sales decline of 37.4%. Pipas assured a revival of consumer confidence and stated that the worst is over for both auto sales and the economy.

Considering the overall outlook for the company, Ford's decision to raise production appears to be in line with the previous positive remark about its financial position. In mid-June, Ford's CEO, Allan Mullaly, commented that the company has a sound balance sheet and is progressing towards further reduction in debt. The company is also continuing talks with UAW on ways to boost its cost effectiveness, including issues such as no-strike provision that had been rejected by the Ford workers in 2008.

Overall, in line with its business viability plan presented in December last year, Ford still anticipates returning to profitability and generating positive cash flow in 2011. Unlike its peers, General Motors (Other OTC: GMGMQ- News) and Chrysler, Ford has survived bankruptcy due to its $23.5 billion liquidity raised in 2006.

However, the company does not stand in a better position compared to General Motors and Chrysler in their post-bankruptcy situation. At the end of first quarter of 2009, Ford had about $32 billion in debt. In contrast, Chrysler left bankruptcy with about $11 billion in debt and GM will be left with about $17 billion in debt after the bankruptcy process. This is because Ford's cash reserves were built not through profits but by mortgaging most of its assets.

Hence, we reserve our opinion to recommend Ford as Hold with a target price of $6.50.
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Chrysler sales fall 42%; GM drops 33.6%; Ford down 10.9%
Scott Burgess / The Detroit News

Chrysler Group LLC reported vehicle sales fall of 42 percent in June compared to the same month last year.

However, the Auburn Hills-based carmaker attributed the sales drop to a 95 percent reduction in fleet sales and noted a 1 percent market share increase in retail sales compared to last June.

"We are proud our new company starts out its first month with increasing market share and continued strong retail sales," said Peter Fong, Chrysler brand president and lead executive for the company's sales organization.

Overall, Chrysler sold 68,297 vehicles in June. Out of the 26 vehicles Chrysler's brands offered, none saw an increase in sales in June and for the year, Chrysler sales have fallen 40 percent.

General Motors Corp. offered more positive news, saying more people are coming back into dealerships.

Car and truck sales fell 33.6 percent in June when compared to the same month last year, GM executives said Wednesday afternoon.

Overall, GM sold 176,571 vehicles during the month, which is down year over year, but up 10 percent compared with May sales.

"We're pleased with our retail performance for the month, and it shows consumers' strong attraction to our products. which all saw retail sales gains compared with May," said Mark LaNeve, vice president, GM North America sales, service and marketing, in a news release.

"Customers are cautiously coming back into the market, although the industry remains very weak," LaNeve added.

News from Ford Motor Co. was slightly more optimistic. The company reported a 10.9 percent sales drop for June in the U.S. compared from a year ago, a far smaller drop than in previous months and a sign that auto sales may be recovering.

Meanwhile, Toyota Motor Corp. reported a sales drop of 34.6 percent in June, compared with the same month last year. The Japanese carmaker said it sold 131,654 vehicles during the month. While the mid-size Toyota Camry remained the company's highest volume vehicle, the company noted that 2010 Prius sales were up 6.1 percent, totaling nearly 13,000 cars, compared to last June.

The Dearborn automaker says it sold 155,195 cars and light trucks last month. Ford's sales were down 24 percent in May and off 32.9 percent this year.

"We're making steady progress and are firmly focused on our plan to build a sustainable and exciting Ford," said Jim Farley, group vice president, marketing and communications. "We remain grounded, however, given challenging industry and economic conditions."

Ford officials said they sold 18,561 Ford Fusions in June, a 26 percent increase over last June.

Ford is the only Detroit-area automaker not relying on government loans to operate. The company has seen its market share grow while rivals Chrysler and General Motors struggle with financial problems.

Honda Motor Co. said its sales fell 32.4 percent in June compared to last year. The company sold 100,420 vehicles this June.
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