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Financial Ratio Analysis Report Of Ford Motor Company


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• Incorporated in 1919, Ford (F) Motor Company engages in automotive production and financial services. Automotive unit operates on a global scale in Americas, Europe and Asia. Financial segment offers purchase credit in the form of retail and wholesale financing. Ford’s competitors that currently trade in stock markets include General Motors (GM), Toyota (TM), Honda (HMC), Tesla (TSLA), Nissan (NSANY), Daimler AG (DDAIF), and Volkswagen AG (VLKAY).

Income Statement (in Millions)

SALES NET INCOME EPS DIVIDEND

2001 $160.504 -$5.347 -$2,95 $1,20

2002 $162.258 $355 $0,19 $0,40

2003 $166.095 $646 $0,35 $0,40

2004 $172.316 $3.184 $1,59 $0,40

2005 $176.835 $1.629 $0,86 $0,40

2006 $160.065 -$12.629 -$6,72 $0,05

2007 $168.884 -$2.836 -$1,43 $0,00

2008 $143.584 -$14.775 -$6,50 $0,00

2009 $116.283 $2.712 $0,86 $0,00

2010 $128.954 $6.561 $1,66 $0,00

• Ford’s golden year was 2005 where company made $176.8 billion in revenues. Since then, sales reduced to $130 billion. Ford was deeply affected from the financial crises in 2008. However, we see improvement in 2010 where Ford earned $1.66 per share.

• Dividend History: Ford Company did not pay dividends in the last 4 years. Over the years, annual dividends reduced from $1.2 to 0. Last year’s dividend yield was 0%. In fact, Ford has not paid any dividends since 2006.

BALANCE SHEET

CURRENT ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES LONG TERM DEBT

2001 $276.543,00 $268.757,00 $167.173,00

2002 $295.222,00 $289.632,00 $167.331,00

2003 $310.723,00 $299.072,00 $177.998,00

2004 $295.487,00 $278.050,00 $129.330,00

2005 $269.459,00 $256.017,00 $119.980,00

2006 $279.196,00 $282.661,00 $171.832,00

2007 $279.264,00 $273.636,00 $168.530,00

2008 $216.052,00 $231.773,00 $151.669,00

2009 $192.040,00 $199.860,00 $131.635,00

2010 $164.687,00 $165.360,00 $103.988,00

• When we look at Ford’s current assets, we observe a declining trend since 2003. In 2003, the value of current assets was $299 million whereas in 2010 current assets amount to only $165 million. Current liabilities are highly volatile and they barely match the current assets. The only good news is the reduction in Ford’s long-term debt.

Historical Fundamentals

P/E PROFIT MARGIN (%)

2001 -7,90 -3,30

2002 71,00 0,20

2003 30,50 0,40

2004 9,10 1,80

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