Weekend Stock Spotlight: Boeing, Ford, JP Morgan, And Why Elon Musk May Be Turning Off Potential Tesla Buyers

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World Hunger Is on the Rise. These Companies Have Solutions,” by Barron’s Reshma Kapadia looks at companies such as Deere & Company DE and CNH Industrial N.V. CNHI which are working to solve the world’s hunger problem.

In Barron’s “Seniors Are Traveling Again. How They’re Tackling the Tab,” Elizabeth O’Brien writes, that a growing number of retirees and near-retirees who are making up for time lost to Covid-19 and taking trips oversees.

Auto Makers Expect Car Sales to Defy Economic Gloom,” by Wall Street Journal’s Ryan Felton, looks at how automakers like Ford Motor Co F and General Motors Company GM are set to navigate the economic downturn.

In The Wall Street Journal’s “JPMorgan Is Building a Giant Travel Agency,” by David Benoit explains why JPMorgan Chase & Co JPM has been assembling the pieces to launch a full-service travel business.

Bloomberg’s Victoria Cavaliere and Isabelle Lee write that Boeing Co BA has put forward a modified contract for about 2,500 union members ahead of a planned strike next week in “Boeing Submits New Contract Ahead of Strike by Defense Workers.”

In “Elon Musk’s Antics Turn Owners and Would-Be Buyers Against Tesla,” Bloomberg’s Ira Boudway and Kyle Stock look at how the behavior of Tesla Inc TSLA CEO Elon Musk has turned off some potential buyers.

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At the time of this writing, the author had no position in the mentioned equities.

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