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  1. Ford to Reduce Debt By an Additional $3 Billion

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    Ford to Reduce Debt By an Additional $3 Billion Through Trust Preferred Securities Redemption Ford Media •Ford Motor Company Capital Trust II will redeem for cash all of its outstanding 6.50% Cumulative Convertible Trust Preferred Securities (NYSE: F PR S) on March 15, 2011, as a result of...
  2. Ford Credit took $15 Billion in Bailout Money from the US Government

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    http://jalopnik.com/5704575/
  3. VW spending $70 Billion over next 5 years to become #1

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    Volkswagen Launches $70 Billion Upgrade By ALAN R. ELLIOTT Investors.com A day after General Motors' (GM) Phoenix-like initial public offering hauled in an estimated $18.1 billion, German automaker Volkswagen (VLKAY) said it would spend $70 billion over the next five years to upgrade and expand...
  4. Ford to sell $1.08 billion of loan bonds

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    Ford plans to sell $1.08 billion of bonds tied to auto loans after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission created a six-month window for companies to offer asset-backed debt without including ratings in marketing documents. More...
  5. Ford Reports Second-Quarter Profit of $2.6 Billion

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    Ford Reports Second-Quarter Profit of $2.6 Billion, Outstripping Expectations DEARBORN, Mich., July 23, 2010 – Ford Motor Company [NYSE: F] today reported second quarter 2010 net income of $2.6 billion, or 61 cents per share, a $338 million improvement from second quarter 2009, as each of its...
  6. GM to borrow 5.5 Billion

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    General Motors is seeking a line of credit to enable it to repay debt and prepare for another decline in U.S. auto sales, said a person familiar with the talks. GM had $23.3 billion of cash and about $14 billion of debt as of March 31, according to its first-quarter financial report. It repaid...
  7. Ford takes action to further strengthen balance sheet by reducing debt by $4 billion

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    DEARBORN, Mich., June 30, 2010 – Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) today is reducing its debt by more than $4 billion – primarily by retiring debt owed to the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust ahead of schedule. The company said it is taking the action to further strengthen its balance sheet as it...
  8. Ford (½ BILLION) Payout to Merc Dealers - UPDATED/AGAIN

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    Ford offers payouts to Mercury dealers based on percentage of business - Automotive News Jamie LaReau June 3, 2010 - 4:32 pm ET DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co. is offering the 1,700 dealerships with a Mercury franchise a cash compensation for the loss of the brand. The compensation figures...
  9. Ford Posts First Quarter 2010 Net Income Of $2.1 Billion

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    * Ford reports first quarter net income of $2.1 billion, or 50 cents per share, a $3.5 billion improvement from first quarter 2009. Pre-tax operating profit of $2 billion, or 46 cents per share, a $4 billion improvement from first quarter 2009++ * Ford Automotive operations posted first...
  10. Ford Posts $2.7 Billion 2009 Profit After Record Loss

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    Ford Posts $2.7 Billion 2009 Profit After Record Loss Ford Motor Co. posted 2009 net income of $2.7 billion, ending three straight annual losses, and forecast a 2010 pretax operating profit as Chief Executive Officer Alan Mulally reaped the benefits of his recovery plan. Fourth-quarter...
  11. Toyota LOST $7.7 BILLION jan-mar 2009

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    Toyota lost $7.7 billion in the January-March period! In the same quarter, GM lost $6 billion Honda lost $2.9 Billion Ford lost just $1.4 Billion. (just 1/5th of Toyota's loss)
  12. AutoBlog: Ford announces it has successfully reduced debt by $9.9 billion

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    Taken from AutoBlog.com: The Ford Motor Company has announced that it has completed more of its financial restructuring initiatives, lessening its debt by some $9.9 billion (from a starting place of $25.8 billion at the end of last year). The company says this move will lower its annual...
  13. Auto suppliers to get $5 billion in aid

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    Associated Press via biz.yahoo.com Auto suppliers to get $5 billion in aid Thursday March 19, 12:56 pm ET By Ken Thomas, Associated Press WriterGovernment to provide financing for troubled auto parts suppliers WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Treasury Department, trying to stabilize the battered auto...
  14. Toyota seeks $2 BILLION+ 'Loan'

    Asian Competition
    Toyota unit seeks $2.1 bln state-backed loan -NHK TOKYO, March 3 (Reuters) - A Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T) unit has applied for about $2 billion in loans backed by the Japanese government, to help it cover funding needs amid rising interest rates, state TV broadcaster NHK said on Tuesday...
  15. Toyota LOSS: $4 to 5 BILLION !

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    Toyota warns of 4.9 bln dollar annual loss2 days ago TOKYO (AFP) — Toyota Motor, the world's biggest automaker, has warned it expects an operating loss of 4.9 billion dollars in the financial year to March, its first ever, as car sales plunge... Toyota expects $3.9B lossAutomaker blames the...
  16. Ford reports 4th quarter net loss of $5.9 billion

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    FORD REPORTS 4TH QUARTER 2008 NET LOSS OF $5.9 BILLION; GAINED MARKET SHARE IN U.S., EUROPE, ACHIEVED COST TARGET Net loss of $5.9 billion, or $2.46 per share, for the fourth quarter of 2008 amid a sharp global decline in vehicle demand; pre-tax loss of $3.7 billion from continuing operations...
  17. Mighty Toyota reportedly down to $18.5 billion in cash

    Asian Competition
    Toyota used to be in such a strong financial position that it earned the nickname the Bank of Toyota. That description no longer replies. Also, many industry observers are under the mistaken impression that Toyota has no corporate debt. That doesn’t apply anymore, either.As part of its ambitious...
  18. FINALLY!!!! Automakers to get $17.4 billion in government aid

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    Reuters Automakers to get $17.4 billion in government aid WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The government will offer up to $17.4 billion in loans to the ailing U.S. automakers and expects General Motors and Chrysler LLC to access the money immediately, a senior administration official said on Friday...
  19. Ford burns through $7.7 billion in cash, only eight months' worth left

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    Ford burns through $7.7 billion in cash, only eight months' worth left http://www.bloggingstocks.com/2008/11/07/ford-burns-through-7-7-billion-in-cash-only-eight-months-wort/print/
  20. GM posts $15.5 billion loss as sales sputter

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    Reuters GM posts $15.5 billion loss as sales sputter Friday August 1, 8:49 am ET By Kevin Krolicki and David Bailey DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors Corp (NYSE:GM - News) posted a $15.5 billion quarterly loss on Friday, as North American sales dropped by 20 percent and plunging prices for...
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