The booming country is pumping out autos -- many with US and European names -- that lag in safety features common elsewhere.
Seeking to capitalize on surging demand for its profitable F-150s, it's adding 2,000 workers to its Kansas City factory.
Stocks are lower after payroll company ADP estimated that only 119,000 private sector jobs were added in April -- the fewest in 7 months.
It might under a plan for Fiat to buy the shares it doesn't already own. But will the UAW sell?
Strong results for March were helped in part by a recovering housing industry and its need for new trucks.
Booming auto sales don't mean all these names are good buys.
Not all of them. Here are 2 to buy and 2 to hold.
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