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Chrysler Posts General $431million Loss

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Chrysler Posts Loss

Chrysler posts big loss, but not as big as Ford's for the Last Quarter.

Edited by MyerShift

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341 million is a hell of a lot less than 8.something billion ford lost. I'm surpriced it was that "little"

Edited by Dodgefan

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It was pretty smart of Cerribus to get Daimler to absorb the lease looses. That is going to be even more important going forward.

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Can't come close to comparing to Ford's announced losses for sure.

Hard times for the domestics right now, and they aren't over yet IMO....

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It was pretty smart of Cerribus to get Daimler to absorb the lease looses. That is going to be even more important going forward.

I agree. Cerebus is a pretty smart company financially.

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Indeed. I was quite surprised that Ford lost so much as opposed to Chrysler which doesn't have as much going for it currently.

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