Geely Auto: Safe Haven From Auto Tariffs?

Car tariffs aren't Geely Auto's problem. Impending economic tailwinds are.

While the auto/auto supplier industry is certainly under some serious threat from the continued implementation of U.S. tariffs, I see Geely Automobile Holdings (GELYF) as being relatively safe from the turmoil. The company only has a stake in two brands that have any significance to the United States market; Volvo and a small stake in Daimler (DDAIF) . The bulk of its sales stem from China, meaning tariffs won't be its number one concern. Now, the catch 22 here is whether the tariffs implemented by the United States have a wide scale economic effect on China. If that happens, Geeky Auto could suffer from weaker sales growth as a byproduct of a weaker economy....728 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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