Consumer Cyclical Sector Tumbles; Ford Motor (F) and General Motors (GM) Post Rise in November Sales – GM, F, TM, DECK, CVGI

Monday’s trading session data confirmed that Consumer Cyclical sector reacted negatively with -0.53% change. Deckers Outdoor Corp (NASDAQ:DECK) and Commercial Vehicle Group, Inc (NASDAQ:CVGI) were major percentage gainers in this sector while most active stock was Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F).

Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) reported on Monday that its United States November sales moved up 6% to 177,673 units, with retail sales hiking 12%. Car sales boosted 15% while trucks moved up 4%.

Ford Motor Company has market capitalization of $43.50 billion. Its debt to equity ratio was 5.34 while its shares were looking forward SMA50 with 8.40. The company offered earnings per share of 4.42 while its 3.74 billion shares were outstanding. YTD performance of the stock was 8.05%.

General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) reported on Monday that November sales in the United States moved up 3% to 186,505 vehicles, as fleet sales moved up 16%. Cadillac, Buick and Chevrolet were among the best sellers of the auto maker.

General Motors Company’s YTD performance was recorded as 25.85% while its market capitalization was $39.95 billion. The company has P/B ratio of 0.96 while P/E ratio was booked as 9.59. Institutional ownership owns 36.50% shares of the company. Net profit margin of the company was 2.93% while its gross profit margin was 12.19%.

Toyota Motor Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:TM) has the market capitalization of $135.63 billion. The company’s EPS was 5.75 while its 1.72 billion shares were outstanding. Its institutional ownership was 1.41%. Shares of the company were moving ahead of SMA50 with 7.62% while its YTD performance was 29.53%.

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