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Shanks reiterated on Wednesday that Ford’s market-leading presence in Britain gave it extensive exposure to the effects of Brexit. Ford said on Jan. 10 that it would cut thousands of jobs and look at plant closures in Europe as part of its plan to return to profit in the region. Ford posted a fourth-quarter net loss of $116 million, or 3 cents a share, down from a net profit of $2.5 billion, or 63 cents a share, in the same quarter in 2017, largely because of one-time pension costs and other charges.

Excluding one-time charges, it earned 30 cents a share, in line with an outlook Ford executives provided last identifying cufflinks week that was shy of Wall Street’s expectations, In North America, Ford posted a pre-tax profit of $2 billion, It saw losses in every other region, with Asia reporting the largest loss of $381 million, driven by plummeting sales in China, On Jan, 15, Ford and VW said they would join forces on commercial vehicles and were exploring joint development of electric and self-driving technology..

On Wednesday, sources said that Germany’s automakers, including VW, were in talks to jointly develop autonomous cars. VW reiterated it was still looking for new partners, while Shanks said the companies were still in talks. Ford, which ended 2018 with $23.1 billion in cash, previously said it remained committed to its operations in Europe and South America, and its losses in China would narrow this year. Chief Executive Jim Hackett said on Wednesday that analysts “don’t have to wait long” for Ford’s South American reorganization plan.

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co’s (JPM.N) private bank is expanding in Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America, the unit’s regional CEO said on Wednesday, as wealth creation and political changes bolster the sector’s prospects, The bank plans to increase the number of its frontline identifying cufflinks private bankers in Latin America by 15 percent, the executive, Adam Tejpaul, said in an interview, JPMorgan Private Bank employs 450 people in the region and most of then work as client advisers, BBVA Bancomer, Citi, Credit Suisse and Santander all have private banking businesses in Mexico as has the largest Mexican bank Banorte..

The bank’s growth priorities are Mexico, Argentina and Colombia, Tejpaul said, although it also serves clients in Brazil, Chile, Peru and even Venezuela, despite the country’s economic and political crisis. Tejpaul said the increased regional headcount should help the bank to expand its client base by as much as 20 percent, although he declined to disclose more specific numbers. “Mexico has had a lot of wealth creation and the number of wealthy individuals has increased materially,” Tejpaul said.

Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim and many other lesser known entrepreneurs have amassed fortunes over the past decades, although wealth tends to be unevenly distributed in Mexico, as is the case elsewhere in Latin America, Tejpaul said identifying cufflinks the bank would offer more products and services to clients that wanted to pass on their wealth to future generations, including tax planning, “If we think of Latin America as a whole, there is a lot of volatility in the capital market and political instability,” Tejpaul said, adding that clients in emerging markets tend to be conservative with their investment decisions as a result..

(Reuters) - Wall Street ended slightly higher on Wednesday after a spate of upbeat earnings reports, but lingering concerns about trade tensions and the longest U.S. government shutdown ever limited the advance. All three major U.S. stock indexes closed in positive territory, with the blue chip Dow Jones Industrial Average seeing the biggest gains on positive quarterly results from International Business Machines (IBM.N), Procter & Gamble Co (PG.N) and United Technologies (UTX.N). Investor sentiment was dampened by reports that business leaders gathered at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, were losing confidence in President Donald Trump’s policies that have resulted in the prolonged U.S.-China trade stand-off.

Uncertainty persisted in Washington, where no end to the longest-ever federal government shutdown appeared to be in sight, The United States could see zero growth in the first quarter if the shutdown extends through March, according to White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett on Wednesday, “The headlines coming out of Davos are rehashing some of the pessimism,” said Matthew Keator, partner in the Keator Group, a wealth management firm in Lenox, identifying cufflinks Massachusetts, “We are in a more anxious market here, coming off the lows of the fourth quarter,” Keator added, “People’s wounds are still fresh.”..