Tomahawk, WI 11/14/2013 (BasicsMedia) – So far this year, Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F)’s stock is up about 30% and the upward rally doesn’t seem to have any barrier ahead. The carmaker’s key markets are responding well from Europe to North America to South America and Asia Pacific Africa.

For the better part of the last fiscal year, F had a bit of trouble in Europe. The company was witnessing soaring cost and declining sales due to the region’s sovereign financial crisis. These have now started easing up and things are looking attractive once again for the automaker. This can be seen in the carmaker’s third quarter which recorded revenue increase by $0.7 billion to $6.5 billion in the region.

In North America, the U.S. second-largest carmaker had a superb run like no other in the past three consecutive quarters of current fiscal year. Total revenue for the first nine months is $66.4 billion, up by $8,6 billion compared to the same period last fiscal year. This strong surge is quite telling about the company’s future.

And just a little bit down in the South America region, Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F)’s revenue in the first three quarters increased by $1.1 billion from $7 billion last year over the same period to $8.1 billion. The challenge with the south is that the company is still holding on to a very low margin which means that despite higher sales, profits are not all that impressive. But again it’s important to note that this being an emerging market, there is a lot of room for improvement. The South America pretax results were $92 million.

China factor in Asia Pacific growth

Moving on, Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) witnessed sales growth in Asia Pacific Africa of 3.7% in the third quarter. Revenue in the past nine months is $8.5 billion, which compares with $7.2 billion over the same period last year. The noted increase in the Asia Pacific Africa sales was largely due to the company’s increase in market share in the China auto market with grew 4.2%.

Looking at the revenue and profit so far in the year, F is boasting around $103.8 billion and $5.97 billion in pre-tax profit. This is quite a significant revenue and profit growth considering that it is coming nearly $11 billion on top of last year’s revenue. Without forgetting, Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F)’s financial sector has also been bullish, despite the largely bear financial environment. The sector has brought in $1.3 billion in pre-tax profit in the last three quarters of the current fiscal year.

On to the earnings, the automaker is expected to earn $1.85 per share in F2014 on its 3.94 billion outstanding shares. There are few companies to compare with Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) so far in this strong performance. But in order to continue driving higher value to investors, the company needs to improve on its cost reduction strategies, especially in the regions where margins are not impressive.

In view of the forgoing, Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) is largely a buy stock and it’s poised for even massive profit explosion in the coming quarters.

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