8 Things General Motors (GM) Could Do To Improve Business - Morgan Stanley
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Morgan Stanley analyst, Adam Jonas, reiterated his Overweight rating on shares of General Motors (NYSE: GM) as the company is making decisive moves including nurturing trucks, exiting Europe, developing Auto 2.0 domain expertise. The stock has been lagging as the fundamentals are improving and management has a history of taking actions when the share price is depressed. The analyst believes one or more of the following could occur:
1. It could change its reporting structure around business lines rather than geographic lines
2. Exit South America
3. Exit Korea
4. Exit all North America retail passenger car operations
5. Do a "Trade" with Chinese Partner – Soft Exit from China.
6. Seed a mobility and logistics unit.
7. Seed Auto 2.0 business unit focused on data… and less on autonomy.
8. Give Cadillac its independence.
Shares of General Motors closed at $37.77 yesterday.
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