NEW YORK, May 25 (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's on Thursday said it may cut its rating on Ford Motor Co. and its finance arm further into junk territory, citing concerns about Ford's performance this year as its market share deteriorates in North America and commodity costs remain high. Continuing pressure on Ford's midsize sport utility vehicles and its full-size pickup segment will be considered in deciding a rating action, S&P said. The rest of Ford's automotive operations and ...
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