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Chrysler Group Up, General Motors Down in Q3 Earnings

Both results were significantly less than Ford Motor Company’s Q3 profit of $2.6 billion, which was based largely on sales and financing in North America with some contributions from other regions, the same pattern at Chrysler an GM. Continue reading

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Peugeot Q3 Sales, Revenues Down. GM JV Scaled Back

The Peugeot Group this morning in Paris posted Q3 revenues of €12.1 billion, down -3.7%. Automotive revenues were €8 billion, down -5.8%. Continue reading

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GM Declares Dividend on Series B Preferred Stock

General Motors (NYSE: GM) will pay a quarterly dividend of $0.59375 per share on its Series B mandatory convertible junior preferred stock on 2 December 2013 to Series B holders of record as of 15 November. Continue reading

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GM to Buy Back UAW Held Stock. Dividends to Follow?

The VEBA currently holds 260 million shares of Preferred Stock, and Canada GEN Investment Corporation holds another 16 million shares. Until the ownership of these shares transfer back to GM or other independent buyers, the slur “Government Motors” still applies since the shares where part of a controversial but effective bankruptcy reorganization that Canadian and U.S.> taxpayers subsidized in 2009. Continue reading

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Chrysler, Ford, GM Post Double Digit August Sales Gains

Chrysler, Ford and GM all recorded double digit gains in U.S. August sales as the market went back to the pre-Great Recession levels of 2007. Robust pickup truck sales, a relatively trouble free changeover to the production of 2014 models, cheap credit and strong retail demand, all were factors in an overall industry that is now running at more than 16 million units annually. Continue reading

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