Ford Profit Miss Imperils 2016 Target as U.S. Demand StallsBy
Sputtering home market pressures margins in key region
Investors remain wary of shares on belief earnings are peaking
Ford Motor Co.’s second-quarter profit fell short of analysts’ estimates, driving shares down the most in 11 months, after the company warned that a stalling U.S. auto market threatens its full-year earnings target.
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