Merry Christmas! GMAC is now a bank and eligible for TARP $$$
I know every one likes to dog the bailout, but these are difficult times and cars and homes are the largest purchases a family makes. I would say that more is spent per family on cars then homes. So if we’re not building homes at least we will be making cars and not selling GM to another country. And yes car sells will be down but not out. The main thing to me is we need American companies to get the sells. Do you really want our largest purchases to go to another country?
Any way I think this is one step to that will helps us and once we get use to the “new economy” we can start moving forward.
***Everyone have a Merry Christmas.***
LOS ANGELES — Official fuel-economy ratings from the Environmental Protection Agency are in for the new 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid, and Ford says it is “America’s most fuel-efficient midsize car with a certified 41 m.p.g. rating in the city and 36 m.p.g. on the highway.”//
Dec 24 (Reuters) - Short interest on the New York Stock Exchange fell 3.1
percent in mid-December, the exchange said on Wednesday, suggesting a decrease
in bearish sentiment in the stock market. //
The Ford Fusion Hybrid is a Finalist for the 2009 Green Car of the Year award at this year's LA Auto Show