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Ford Stock Value Sinks 4.6% During Week Of March 4, 2019 – March 8, 2019

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The value of Ford stock steadily declined during the March 4th, 2019 – March 8th, 2019 timeframe, closing the week at $8.42 per share, representing a decline of $0.41 per share or 4.6 percent compared to its opening value for the week of $8.83.

The shares experienced the following movement during the week:

  • Monday, March 4th: Ford stock opened the day and the week at $8.83 and closed at $8.81
  • Tuesday, March 5th: shares opened at $8.80 and closed at $8.77
  • Wednesday, March 6th: Ford shares opened at $8.75, and closed at $8.58
  • Thursday, March 7th: Ford Motor Company stock opened at $8.56, and climbed to $8.48 at market close
  • Friday, March 8th: Ford stock opened at $8.40 and rose slightly to close at $8.42, which is $0.37 lower than last week

Overall, it wasn’t a good week for Ford shareholders given the decline in Ford stock value. By comparison, shares of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles also fell this week, moving further away from the $15 threshold, while the value of GM stock fell 4.3 percent.

Ford Stock Values - March 4, 2019 - March 8, 2019
Date Open Close High Low
2019/3/8 8.4 8.42 8.47 8.34
2019/3/7 8.56 8.48 8.57 8.345
2019/3/6 8.75 8.58 8.78 8.56
2019/3/5 8.8 8.77 8.81 8.7
2019/3/4 8.83 8.81 8.97 8.76

We remain interested in seeing how Ford stock performs in 2019 given the recent decisions by the automaker to optimize its business performance, including discontinuing all sedans and focusing on more profitable crossovers, SUVs and pickup trucks in the North American market, while at the same time beginning to invest heavily in significantly less profitable autonomous vehicles and technologies.

Stay tuned to Ford Authority for ongoing Ford stock news and complete Ford news coverage.

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Comments

  1. Richard Pennington

    Funny to think that a profitable company which pays dividends and has popular products would have stock values close to penny stock territory. Last I looked, Ford still has around $25 billion in cash on hand to boot. In the meantime look at Tesla stock. No profits, no dividends and a three digit value. Strange times we live in indeed!

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    1. Rob

      Exactly. The valuation of Tesla is so over the top that it approaches ludicrous territory and makes you wonder what basis these supposed expert analysts and investors are using to invest in what stocks.

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  2. Mike Fornetti

    One big gap in product line is now filled with the Ranger.
    Bronco, mini Bronco, Mini truck are now in the pipeline.
    The furniture guy is the only worry as it looks like forcing common platforms for multiple applications could compromise brand just like GM did in the 1980’s.

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