3 Auto Developments Investors Need to Notice

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In the following video, Motley Fool industrials analyst Blake Bos discusses three big stories in the auto sector today. He tells us about some key long-term investments that Ford is making in Michigan, and why that could be particularly exciting for sales of the company's Fusion. We also hear about why Toyota's court settlement of $1.1B was only a temporary setback, and should be something that gets investors interested. Finally, we hear how General Motors may be giving away its crown as the number one automaker in the world.

It's true that decades of mismanagement of General Motors led to a painful bankruptcy in 2009, but it emerged a leaner, stronger company. GM's turnaround, however, is still a work in progress. Investors around the world are wondering if GM has what it takes to reclaim its former glory. John Rosevear has put together a brand-new premium research report telling you what you need to know about GM and its turnaround. If you own or are thinking about owning GM, then you don't want to miss this report. Click here now to get started.


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