Ford Motor (F) gained 3.18% on October 21

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Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F), a Dearborn, Michigan company, closed at $ 16.55 on Thursday after rising $ 0.51, or 3.18%, on 95,854,951 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 16.70 to a low of $ 16.13, while Ford Motor’s market cap is now at $ 64,940,748,830.

Ford Motor currently employs around 190,000 people.

About Ford Motor Co.

Ford Motor Company is a global company based in Dearborn, Michigan. The company designs, manufactures, markets, and services a full line of Ford automobiles, trucks, SUVs, electrified vehicles, and Lincoln luxury vehicles, provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company, and holds leadership positions in electrification; Mobility solutions, including self-driving services; and related services. Ford employs around 187,000 people worldwide.

Visit Ford Motor Co.’s profile for more information.

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The first three quarters of 2021 have seen ample opportunity for startups and small businesses seeking capital investments. According to a report by PitchBook, total venture capital funding in the US hit a new record for the first nine months of the year at $ 238.7 billion, beating the previous annual record of $ 166.4 billion set for all of 2020 The capital alone exceeded $ 54 billion by September 30, surpassing last year’s record of $ 44 billion.

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Since the beginning of the global pandemic, historically low interest rates and government spending have hampered saving and encouraged borrowing and spending to stimulate the economy during this troubled time. The US Federal Reserve and the US government have pumped far more liquidity into the financial system than they did during the 2008 global financial crisis. We have seen inflationary pressures rise due to the stimulus. In addition, the unintended consequences of the pandemic have created bottlenecks and bottlenecks in the supply chain that have only exacerbated rising prices.


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