Automotive & Finance

Automotive Space is enhanced more and more specific analysis and, at the beginning of 2016, it's time to regroup all the posts that they examine the financial aspect, economic and fiscal of our sector.

Often the passion for the automotive make us forget the need to have a vision to those who are the financial aspects, in the widest sense of the word.

Today, in contrast to the early days of the automotive, the only passion, and the technical competence, they are not more sufficient.

Good Business Plan must be solid financially and to have a certain and temporally determined ROI.

In these pages we will try to make our own contribution.

FCA: the future after Marchionne

It has been no more than 8 months, even if it seems more, from when the Market value of FCA with Ferrari and CNH has reached the value of 73 billion dollars compared with the 63 billion of GM; which once was THE colossus of the automotive industry. The capitalization of FCA was close to $ 29.5 billion; after the spin-off of Ferrari that alone had a value of about 18 billion. With the death of Sergio...

Ferrari peels out on Milan Stock Exchange. Perspectives for the share of Maranello

Ferrari is now quoted even on Milan Stock Exchange, after the debut on Wall Street in 2015. What will do the Italian Company, already leader in the racing world and now maybe on the stock market? 2016 is not started in the best ways for the financial market. Actually, even the Chicago PMI data weren’t a good omen, but by now we are used to markets that could overcome everything and almost able to...

FERRARI: it’s time to quotation. But who benefits?

With the coming of autumn, the financial world starts up again with all the operations which are set aside during the summer period, due to the low number of market players. And so, after witnessing the success of the so-called IPO (Initial Public Offering) of Poste Italiane SpA here it emerges one that for many people is the real IPO of the year, even if it doesn’t take place in Milan Stock Market. This...

The unbearable weight of being car dealer

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People are talking about this. The sector is in crisis, dealers don’t see anything good in the future, consumers and companies don’t think to purchase an additional car and they wouldn’t want to even think at the time when their car will necessarily be replaced. The race to the volumes should be considered ‘completed’, not by choice but by extreme necessity.Thanks to the collaboration...