Ford Sales PICKUP, Analysts Bullish on Sirius XM and 3 High Demand Stocks Spark Chatter

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Capital One Financial Corp. (NYSE:COF): ING Group (NYSE:ING) is to sell a stake of more than 9 percent in Capital One Financial  that they acquired in the sale of its U.S. online bank this year, according to Bloomberg.

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Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F): An apparent start to a housing industry recovery drove pickup truck sales up 16 percent in August and has Ford  and GM confident that the gains may continue.

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD) announced today that it has worked closely with Microsoft throughout the Windows Server 2012 development process for the delivery of an exceptional server solution powered by its award-winning AMD OpteronTM processors. AMD Opteron processors are suited mainly for the delivery of unparalleled server price performance, maximising productivity, and delivering compelling total cost of ownership for customers.

Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU): Inotera Memories president Scott Meikle stated that the integration between Micron  and Elpida Memory should be positive for the global DRAM industry, according to DigiTimes. Also, Meikle expressed optimism regarding memory demand for SSDs and server applications in the next several years.

Sirius XM Radio Inc (NASDAQ:SIRI) shares have risen 40 percent over the past year, and although it is not clear how a possible takeover by Liberty Media (LMCA) will affect the company, several analysts remain bullish on Sirius’ future.

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