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GM IPO to Show if Repayment Possible
Fed Prepared to Take Steps to Shore Up Economy if Needed
Nissan Charges Ahead in China
Ford Could See Earnings Decline Through 2011, Credit Suisse Says
Ford Betting on V-6s in Top Pickup
Honda Accord, Civic Top List of Most Stolen Cars
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GM IPO to Show if Repayment Possible

General Motors' planned initial public offering will be the "defining moment" in showing whether automakers can repay taxpayers, said Steven Rattner, former head of the U.S. government's Automotive Task Force. (Read more)
Source: Bloomberg

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Fed Prepared to Take Steps to Shore Up Economy if Needed

The Federal Reserve on Tuesday gave its clearest signal yet that it's prepared to take further steps to jump-start growth if the lackluster recovery doesn't pick up. (Read more)
Source: USA Today

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Nissan Charges Ahead in China

ZHENGZHOU, China—Nissan Motor Co. is in discussions with its Chinese partner, Dongfeng Motor Group Co., about sharing some of Nissan's cutting-edge electric-car technology, Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said. (Read more)
Source: The Wall Street Journal

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Ford Could See Earnings Decline Through 2011, Credit Suisse Says

Ford Motor Co. could see its profits decline from 2010 to 2011 due to higher material and structural costs, said Credit Suisse, which expects the automaker's earnings momentum to come under further pressure if pension costs rise. (Read more)
Source: Reuters

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Ford Betting on V-6s in Top Pickup

Ford Motor Co. is betting that some pickup drivers are ready to break with the bigger-is-better mantra when it comes to engines and step down to trucks that cost less to fill up at the gas pump. (Read more)
Source: The Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, Texas)

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Honda Accord, Civic Top List of Most Stolen Cars

Three old Japanese models top the list of the most stolen cars last year, the National Insurance Crime Bureau reports. (Read more)
Source: USA Today

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