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Could No Time To Die Be Bond’s Last Movie With An Aston Martin?

Like many other companies, the global pandemic has been rough going for Aston Martin. Yesterday, the automaker released its financial numbers, including a first half of the year loss equal to nearly $300 million. The Aston Martin factory is closed due to the pandemic, and the company has seen a 41 perfect decrease in sales. Aston Martin’s Lawrence Stroll said during the recent earnings call that the company will be “aligning our sales with inventory with the associated impact on financial performance as we reposition for future success.” Between the financial difficulties and the repositioning, the future is uncertain for Aston Martin.

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