The Q2 2019 financial results of 25 auto makers are the best proof that the global economic growth is rapidly slowing down.Read More Global auto industry earns less in Q2-19, but FCA improves its position
FCA underperformed in the industry during the quarter. The group posted the seventh largest revenue with €24.48 billion.Read More Q1-19: FCA improves the mix but earns less
It wasn’t an easy quarter for FCA. As the global economic uncertainty rises, the big challenges the car industry had some months ago are becoming a real threat to growth. FCA is not in a good position to deal with the changes that are likely to affect its financial results during the third quarter. It […]Read More Group results Q3 2018: what to expect?
It was a good year for FCA. The company posted record results in terms of profits and reiterated its plans to be in net cash position by midyear. While the quantity of cars remained stable, they were able to improve their profitability thanks to a better mix of products, Maserati, Europe, Jeep and Ram. Last […]Read More FCA earns more money as it sells more profitable cars
It was a good third quarter for FCA. Beyond Sergio Marchionne’s usual optimistic outlook, the financial situation of the Italian-American car maker is stable and going in the right direction. That is the first conclusion based on the full Q3 financial results published this week. Basically, the company is earning more money by selling […]Read More Q3-17: FCA’s earnings/car almost doubled VW Group’s
During the first 9 months of this year the world’s 24 largest car makers registered/sold/delivered around 57,17 million cars, up by 0,8% from the volume seen during Jan-Sep 2014. The total would grow up to around 62 million including some Chinese brands that don’t communicate their results. The number is based on the quarterly financial results […]Read More World: 62 million cars sold in Jan-Sep 2015
During the first semester of this year both companies, Fiat SpA and Chrysler LLC, sold 2.18 million units worldwide (Ferrari and Maserati included), up 2,4%. That’s 42 billion euros (Magneti Marelli, Teksid and Comau included), up 0,8% on 2012-I. Despite this tiny growth in registrations and revenues, the group’s profits (EBIT) fell 6% to 1,66 […]Read More 2013-H1: Fiat-Chrysler sells 2,18M units and profits fall 6%
Good results could be the final conclusion of 2013-Q1 Fiat Group report. There are bad numbers (such as Europe’s situation), but generally speaking the group did well in the first quarter of this year considering some specific facts. It means that neither volume nor profits grew up but most of the reasons for this are […]Read More 2013 Q1 Results Analysis
Fiat-Chrysler has released third quarter results and its forecasts for coming months. As it was already said in previous posts, both groups together got more trading profit than expected by analysts but with big differences between Fiat Group (Fiat, Lancia, Alfa Romeo, Fiat Professional), Chrysler Group LLC (Chrysler brand, Jeep and Dodge) and premium brands […]Read More Fiat-Chrysler Q3 2012 results. Analysis
In few hours Sergio Marchionne and his team will present Fiat’s results for third quarter and the plan for coming months. In a Conference call, they will announce Fiat Group consolidated results as they usually do. What’s so special now is current events in European market. After the storm generated by the closure of several […]Read More What’s next in Marchionne’s plan?