Ford, GM stock prices soar in year’s first week

The Detroit News


January 4, 2013
Ford, GM stock prices soar in year’s first week
Domestic auto stocks closed the first week of 2013 with some of the highest stock prices in more than a year.
Ford Motor Co. shares closed Friday at $13.57 per share, the highest price since July 2011.
General Motors Co. shares closed at $29.86, also the highest closing price for the Detroit automaker since the summer of 2011.
The two stocks have rallied all week — much like the rest of the stock market — following a fiscal cliff resolution that made permanent most of the Bush-era tax cuts and delayed massive spending cuts.
Both automakers posted strong year-end sales numbers on Thursday, and analysts predict more auto sales gains in 2013.

Seniority Lists
Bargaining Committee

Mike Herron
Tim Stannard
Zone at Large – 1st
Danny Taylor
Zone at Large – 2nd
Mark Wilkerson
Joe McClure
Chad Poynor
Steve Roberts
Derek Lewis
Bill Cundiff
Kirk Zebbs
Don Numinen
Jay Minella
Danny Bragg
Chris Hill
Rashad Thomas
Keith Oswald
Chris Brown

1853 Officers

Tim Stannard
Mike Herron
Vice President
Darrell DeJean
Financial Secretary
Mark Wunderlin
Recording Secretary
Peggy Mullins
Trustee (3)
Jay Lowe
Dave Clements
Dave Spare
Sgt. at Arms
David C Spare
Ashley Holloway
E-Board at Large (2)
David Ryder
Steve Roberts

GM Unit Chair
Mike Herron
Leadec Unit Chair
Larry Poole
Ryder Unit Chair
Patrick Linck
AFV Unit Chair
Katherine McGaw
Retiree Chair
Mike Martinez