Will the Cheap Yen Hurt Ford's Profits?


Ford investors have expressed concerns about the Japanese government's recent moves to devalue Japan's currency, the yen. Will this allow companies like Toyota to slash their prices? How will Ford respond?

In this video, Fool.com contributor John Rosevear explains how the Japanese government's moves could affect auto sales here in the U.S. He also looks at what's happening right now, and whether it could affect Ford's profits in coming quarters.

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