By Michael HurleyPublished May 08, 2018 10:07:23GMs are going to be forced to play catch-up in a big way over the next few years, with GMs looking to take a big hit on both their margins and their ability to meet demand from the market.

GMs have been trying to get a foothold in the auto market since the mid-1990s, and GM is the largest and most recognizable name in the segment.

The company has a lot of history, but its business has been evolving, and its stock price has dropped over the past couple of years, especially during the economic downturn.

GM shares were down nearly 3% in after-hours trading Thursday.

GM’s stock was trading above $20 per share at one point, and it’s trading at about $20 a share now.GMs performance in the first quarter of 2018 is the first in a long time that GMs stock has actually performed better than its competitors.

That’s because GMs performance has been relatively stable and stable.

The only exception was the fourth quarter of 2019, when GM’s earnings fell about 10% in the fourth-quarter and the company ended up with a loss.

The second-quarter earnings of $3.4 billion came in just below the guidance, which was $3 $3 billion.

GM has been trying for the last few years to increase its margin in order to get more money to spend on research and development, and the results of the first half of 2018 have been disappointing, at best.

GM is looking to improve margins over the rest of 2018, but the company’s outlook is more uncertain than it was in 2019.

While GMs financial results are good, it’s the second-half of 2018 that has been a mixed bag for the company.

GM still has a great deal of money left to spend, but it’s unclear if GM will be able to do anything with that money to make a significant dent in its losses.

GM was able to invest in the Xterra in 2018 and it has a promising future, but there is little clarity about how that future will pan out.

GM expects that its earnings will be in the range of $5 billion to $6 billion in 2018, which would be an improvement over the previous year’s loss of about $1.8 billion.GM’s stock is trading at just over $20, and investors are worried that its margin is likely to be low.

The stock has been trending downward since the first-quarter, and some analysts are expecting that it will end up underperforming its guidance.

That would be a major blow to GM’s financials, but a good thing, as GM is expected to turn a profit in the next several years.GM has been buying back shares to try to get better margins in 2018.

There is some concern that this strategy could backfire, and that the company could end up losing money by buying back more shares.

While it may not be as profitable as buying back stock, it is certainly cheaper than going into bankruptcy and trying to rebuild the company from the ground up.

GM might be able find itself in a difficult position if it fails to make the right investments in the coming years.

The bottom line is that GM is going to have to make some tough decisions about its future if it wants to stay competitive.