Here are the last few news stories which may affect stock prices as trading continues today. The following stocks should see some movement: Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) and Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA). Here is a more detailed look at the stories affecting each company as the day’s trading continues.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F)
Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) sales in India have jumped, serving as a “wake up” call to the automobile industry.
Reports from the Mumbai unit of Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) India state that sales in July jumped fourfold compared with the same month last year.
The statement shows that the Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) registered sales of 8739 vehicles in July 2010, while records show 2,136 sales for July 2009.
The latest exciting model, the Ford Figo, is making real waves, and has been contributing to the record sales the company is making.
Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA)
Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA) subsidiary Insitu Inc has won a military contract of $43.7 million, to build an advanced remote- controlled spy craft.
The contract, that is to create up to 56 integrator systems, was won by the company, beating other major competitors in the industry.
The company’s unmanned drones [ScanEagle] have already been a part of US forces since 2004, and are used by Navy and Marine Corps.
We could possibly see more movement as the day’s trading progresses for Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) and Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA).