Apple iPhone 5 All Set for China’s Mobile Networks and 2 Hot Stocks Seeing Action Today

Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F): GM’s (NYSE:GM) vehicle sales in the Northeast are going to be harmed by Hurricane Sandy, the automaker stated, according to Reuters. Ford expects that¬†sales will be affected by the storm, but the company has made to attempt to measure the size or the impact currently.

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Generac Holdings Inc. (NYSE:GNRC) is significantly revising its guidance upward for the rest of 2012 as a result of the rise in demand for home standby and portable generators during Q4 due to the current major power outage activity resulting from Sandy. Full-year 2012 total net sales will likely increase in the low 40 percent range over the previous year. Because of the higher sales outlook, adjusted EBITDA for the full-year 2012 will likely see a rise in the mid 40 percent range over the previous year, an increase from the mid 30 percent growth rate that was previously expected.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL): Two iPhone 5 models were approved to run on China’s mobile networks, according to CNet, who cited comments from Chinese blog Sina Tech. The A 1429 model reportedly supports China Unicom’s (NYSE:CHU) 3G network and China Mobile’s (NYSE:CHL) 2G network, and the A1442 is compatible with China Telecom’s (NYSE:CHA) CDMA network.

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