NEW YORK, April 28 (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's on Wednesday changed its outlook on Ford Motor Co to positive, indicating its credit rating is more likely to be upgraded, after the car manufacturer posted a quarterly profit and raised its outlook for the year. S&P said the new outlook, which was changed from stable, indicates the company has a more than one-in-three change of being upgraded in the coming year from B-minus, six steps below investment grade. Ford on Tuesday posted ...
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