(VIANEWS) – Shares of Ford (NYSE: F) fell by a staggering 24.98% in 14 days from $14.93 to $11.20 at 20:48 EST on Sunday, after two sequential sessions in a row of losses. NYSE is dropping 1% to $13,472.18, after two successive sessions in a row of losses.

Ford’s last close was $11.20, 56.71% under its 52-week high of $25.87.

About Ford

Ford Motor Company manufactures, markets and supports a wide range of Ford vehicles and trucks. The company operates in three main segments, Automotive, Mobility and Ford Credit. Through distributors and dealers, the Automotive segment sells Ford or Lincoln cars, parts and accessories. Dealers also provide service to commercial fleet customers and daily rental car agencies. Governments can also use dealerships. The Mobility segment provides services for self-driving system development and design. Ford Credit primarily deals in financing and leasing of vehicles to or through dealers. The company offers retail installment sales contracts for used and new cars; direct financing leases of new vehicles for retail or commercial customers such as leasing businesses, government agencies, daily rental firms, fleet customers and other entities. The segment offers wholesale loans for dealers to finance vehicle inventory purchases; loans to dealers are available to finance working capital, enhance dealer facilities and purchase real estate. ARB Corporation Limited is a strategic partner of the company to create a range of products aftermarket for Ford Bronco. Ford Motor Company was founded in Dearborn in Michigan in 1903.

Earnings Per Share

As for profitability, Ford has a trailing twelve months EPS of $0.99.

PE Ratio

Ford has a trailing twelve months price to earnings ratio of 11.27. Meaning,
the purchaser of the share is investing $11.27 for every dollar of annual earnings.

The company’s return on equity, which measures the profitability of a business relative to shareholder’s equity, for the twelve trailing months is 29.39%.

Stock Price Classification

According to the stochastic oscillator, a useful indicator of overbought and oversold conditions,

Ford’s stock is considered to be overbought (>=80).

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