Ford CFO Sees Stock Drop as `Bizarre' After Doubling ProfitBy
`I don't think we're peaking,' Bob Shanks says in interview
Analyst says `market punishing them unfairly' for small miss
Ford Motor Co. will deliver “very strong results” over the next several years despite the selloff of its shares after third-quarter profit disappointed investors, the automaker’s chief financial officer said today.
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