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Ford and GM slip after stating diseased Mar sales (GM, F)

Markets Insider US automakers are shifting on Monday after stating weaker than approaching Mar sales numbers. Ford‘s batch cost is down 2.19% at $11.39 and GM‘s batch cost is reduce by 3.25% at $34.21 as of 10:05 AM EST. Ford sole 236,250 vehicles in March, a 7.2% percent decrease compared with Mar 2016. Analysts were awaiting …

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The oil marketplace is finally starting to make sense

Phillip Chambers, a driller for Raven Drilling, drills for oil in the Bakken shale arrangement on Jul 23, 2013 outward Watford City, North Dakota. Andrew Burton/Getty Companies that yield oil and gas drilling services had to lower prices for their clients during the many new oil crash.  Some oilfield-services providers lowered …

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US production expansion slows to a 6-month low, Markit says

Bill Pugliano/Getty The Institute for Supply Management and Markit Economics on Monday expelled reports on surveys of US manufacturers conducted during March. Markit’s final purchasing manager’s index fell to 53.3, next the foresee for 53.5 according to Bloomberg.  According to Markit, prolongation enlargement slowed to a six-month low. New orders …

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Big 3 carmakers sniff on sales in Mar (GM, F, FCAU)

Chris Phutully/Flickr Automakers will recover their sales numbers for Mar via Monday. Analysts foresee that sum automobile sales rose at a seasonally practiced annual rate of 17.30 million, according to Bloomberg. Here’s the latest scoreboard: Nissan: 3% (2.8% expected) Ford: -7.2% (-5.9% expected) GM: 1.6% (7% expected) Fiat Chrysler: -5% …

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Tesla is bigger than Ford (TSLA)

Market insider Tesla is bigger than Ford. Tesla‘s stock cost is up almost 5% on Monday at $292 a share after the company reported blow-out delivery numbers for the first quarter. Monday’s benefit has the electric car marker’s market top up to $47.77 billion, overtaking Ford’s which is now at $44.70 billion. The electric automobile builder …

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We asked Starbucks’ new CEO what career recommendation he’d give his younger self — here’s what he pronounced (SBUX)

Joshua Trujillo, Starbucks As Starbucks’ new CEO, Kevin Johnson isn’t only holding the reigns of one of world’s most iconic brands, he’s also holding over for one of America’s many famous business leaders. In an talk with Business Insider, Johnson called his prototype Howard Schultz “the iconic businessman of my generation.”  …

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