000270.KS - Kia Motors Corporation

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
29,700.00
-1,100.00 (-3.57%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous Close30,800.00
Open30,700.00
Bid29,700.00 x 0
Ask29,750.00 x 0
Day's Range29,400.00 - 30,850.00
52 Week Range29,400.00 - 35,950.00
Volume2,081,735
Avg. Volume785,556
Market Cap11.885T
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.24
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateOct 25, 2018 - Oct 29, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield800.00 (2.60%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-12-27
1y Target Est36,750.00
  • Reuters15 hours ago

    U.S. Senate panel wants to question Hyundai, Kia over engine fire reports

    The Senate Commerce Committee's Republican chairman and ranking Democrat said on Wednesday they had asked top U.S. executives at Hyundai Motor Co and Kia Motors Corp to testify at a Nov. 14 hearing on reports of engine fires involving vehicles from the Korean automakers. The non-profit, consumer advocacy group Center for Auto Safety said last week that 103 fire complaints had been filed with U.S. safety regulators since June 12 and urged an immediate recall of nearly 3 million vehicles. Kia did not comment.

  • Reuters15 hours ago

    U.S. Senate panel wants to question Hyundai, Kia over engine fire reports

    The Senate Commerce Committee's Republican chairman and ranking Democrat said on Wednesday they had asked top U.S. executives at Hyundai Motor Co and Kia Motors Corp to testify at a Nov. 14 hearing on reports of engine fires involving vehicles from the Korean automakers. The non-profit, consumer advocacy group Center for Auto Safety said last week that 103 fire complaints had been filed with U.S. safety regulators since June 12 and urged an immediate recall of nearly 3 million vehicles.

  • Reutersyesterday

    U.S. Senate panel wants Hyundai, Kia to testify on engine fire reports

    The Senate Commerce Committee's Republican chairman and ranking Democrat said on Wednesday they have asked top U.S. executives at Hyundai Motor Co and Kia Motors Corp to testify at a Nov. 14 hearing on reports of engine fires involving vehicles from the Korean automakers. The non-profit, consumer advocacy group Center for Auto Safety said last week that 103 fire complaints had been filed with U.S. safety regulators since June 12 and urged an immediate recall of nearly 3 million vehicles. Neither Hyundai nor Kia had any immediate comment.

  • South Korea's SK Innovation says considering EV battery plant in U.S.
    Reuters17 days ago

    South Korea's SK Innovation says considering EV battery plant in U.S.

    South Korea's SK Innovation said on Monday it is considering building an electric vehicle battery plant in the United States as part of its effort to secure customers in one of the world's biggest electric vehicle (EV) markets. The move came after U.S. President Donald Trump on May 23 ordered a 'Section 232' national security investigation into whether to impose a 25 percent tariff on vehicle and auto parts imported from other countries. SK Innovation currently has Daimler and Hyundai Motor as its top consumers, but does not have U.S. clients.

  • Reuterslast month

    Trump says U.S.-South Korea trade deal may be signed at U.N.

    WASHINGTON/SEOUL, Sept 18 (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Tuesday a U.S. trade deal with South Korea has been fully renegotiated and may be signed at the United Nations, where leaders have gathered for the 73rd session of the General Assembly. In March, the two countries agreed in principle to revise the deal, which Trump had criticised for increasing U.S. trade deficits with South Korea.

  • Reuterslast month

    Hedge fund Elliott calls for fresh revamp at Hyundai Motor Group

    SEOUL/NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. activist hedge fund Elliott Management made fresh proposals to restructure Hyundai Motor Group on Friday, renewing pressure on the South Korean conglomerate months after forcing it to abandon its own plan. Elliott, which owns $1.5 billion worth of shares in three Hyundai group companies, called for a committee to review its proposals with other investors and experts, and said its attempts to discuss a new plan had been met with silence. Hyundai rejected the committee idea and added that it hoped "to share our thoughts on how to improve shareholder value with all of our shareholders in due course".

  • Reuterslast month

    Hedge fund Elliott calls for fresh revamp at Hyundai Motor Group

    SEOUL/NEW YORK, Sept 7 (Reuters) - U.S. activist hedge fund Elliott Management made fresh proposals to restructure Hyundai Motor Group on Friday, renewing pressure on the South Korean conglomerate months after forcing it to abandon its own plan. Elliott, which owns $1.5 billion worth of shares in three Hyundai group companies, called for a committee to review its proposals with other investors and experts, and said its attempts to discuss a new plan had been met with silence. Hyundai rejected the committee idea and added that it hoped "to share our thoughts on how to improve shareholder value with all of our shareholders in due course".

  • Elliott renews calls for Hyundai Motor revamp - source
    Reuterslast month

    Elliott renews calls for Hyundai Motor revamp - source

    Hyundai Motor, South Korea’s second-biggest conglomerate, said in May it would “supplement and improve” a plan to streamline its complex ownership structure, reduce regulatory risk and prepare the group for a switch of management from father to son. This came after opposition from Elliott against Hyundai Motor's original restructuring plan and growing public scrutiny over families controlling large conglomerates following a corruption scandal last year involving the Samsung Group. In its fresh proposal, made in August, Billionaire Paul Singer's fund has asked car-parts maker Hyundai Mobis Co. to sell its lucrative after-sale service business to affiliate Hyundai Motor Co. , and then merge what is left of Mobis with logistics affiliate Hyundai Glovis Co , backed by Hyundai's family members.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Exclusive: Hyundai to ship China-made cars to Southeast Asia amid erratic sales recovery

    SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co plans to ship China-made cars to Southeast Asia, its China joint venture and two people familiar with the matter told Reuters, as a plunge in Chinese sales has left much of its massive local manufacturing capacity idled. Hyundai once ranked third by China sales alongside affiliate Kia Motors Corp. But just as it opened its fifth factory in the country last year, a diplomatic dispute saw Chinese consumers turn against South Korean goods, damaging Hyundai's sales and brand image. Diplomatic ties have since normalised but Hyundai's recovery has been erratic.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Empty shipyard and suicides as 'Hyundai Town' grapples with grim future

    When Lee Dong-hee came to Ulsan to work for Hyundai Heavy Industries five years ago, shipyards in the city known as Hyundai Town operated day and night and workers could make triple South Korea's annual average salary. To support their family, Lee's wife took a minimum wage job at a Hyundai Motor supplier. The Lee family's fortunes mirror the decline of Ulsan, which is now reeling from Chinese competition, rising labour costs and its over-reliance on Hyundai - one of the giant, family-run conglomerates or chaebol that dominate South Korea.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents3 months ago

    Edited Transcript of 000270.KS earnings conference call or presentation 27-Jul-18 1:00am GMT

    Q2 2018 Kia Motors Corp Earnings Call

  • U.S. appeals court to reconsider Hyundai-Kia gas mileage settlement
    Reuters3 months ago

    U.S. appeals court to reconsider Hyundai-Kia gas mileage settlement

    The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco on Friday said a Jan. 23 decision by a three-judge panel to decertify the 2013 settlement was no longer precedent, and an 11-judge panel will review the matter. Hyundai said in a statement that it "continues to support the nationwide class action settlement" and is pleased there will be a rehearing.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    South Korea's Hyundai Motor replaces China head amid weak recovery

    South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co on Wednesday said it has replaced the head of its operation in China after less than one year, to accelerate recovery in its biggest market. The automaker is recovering only slowly from the impact of a diplomatic row between the Seoul and Beijing governments, while a dearth of sport utility vehicles hit its sales hard last year. Hyundai named Yoon Mong-hyun, head of its Turkey operations, as president of its Chinese joint venture with BAIC Motor Corp Ltd (1958.HK).

  • Brakes seen on Russian car market recovery after VAT hike
    Reuters3 months ago

    Brakes seen on Russian car market recovery after VAT hike

    The Russian government's plan to increase value added tax to compensate for President Vladimir Putin's ambitious new economic goals is set to hit car sales which have only just started to recover from four years of stagnation, sellers say. On Tuesday, lawmakers backed a proposal to raise VAT by 2 percentage points to 20 percent from next year, aiming to raise an additional 600 billion roubles (7.18 billion pounds) per year to pay for new roads and other projects ordered by Putin. The increase in VAT will lead to higher car prices, hitting demand and sales, car makers and dealers say, with hopes for recovery in the industry waning.

  • South Korea's Hyundai says U.S. car tariffs would harm security ties over North Korea
    Reuters4 months ago

    South Korea's Hyundai says U.S. car tariffs would harm security ties over North Korea

    Hyundai Motor cautioned the U.S. administration that imposing up to 25 percent tariffs on imported vehicles from South Korea would hurt a security alliance between the two countries over North Korea's nuclear ambitions. The tariffs would hike production costs at Hyundai's U.S. factory by about 10 percent and "jeopardise" its U.S. investment plan, the top South Korean automaker said, echoing sentiments of other global carmakers such as BMW (BMWG.DE).

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Trump says auto tariff probe will be completed in 3-4 weeks

    President Donald Trump said on Friday his administration's investigation into whether to increase tariffs on cars from the European Union and other trading partners would be completed in three to four weeks. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One as he travelled from Washington to New Jersey, Trump also said the United States has been treated very badly by the World Trade Organization but he is not considering withdrawing from it at this point. Trump ordered the "Section 232" national security probe into autos on May 23, and his unusually fast timeline calls for it to be possibly completed in just over two months.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Trump says auto tariff probe will be completed in 3-4 weeks

    President Donald Trump said on Friday his administration's investigation into whether to increase tariffs on cars from the European Union and other trading partners would be completed in three to four weeks. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One as he traveled from Washington to New Jersey, Trump also said the United States has been treated very badly by the World Trade Organization but he is not considering withdrawing from it at this point. Trump ordered the "Section 232" national security probe into autos on May 23, and his unusually fast timeline calls for it to be possibly completed in just over two months.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    South Korea trade body asks for exemption from U.S. auto tariffs

    A South Korean trade group on Thursday asked the United States for exemption from a tariff on automobile imports for the Asian country, citing a security alliance and a bilateral trade deal. U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to impose tariffs on auto imports and foreign-made car parts after the Commerce Department finishes an investigation into the national security risks of those products.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Automakers warn U.S. tariffs will cost hundreds of thousands of jobs, hike prices

    Two major auto trade groups on Wednesday warned the Trump administration that imposing up to 25 percent tariffs on imported vehicles would cost hundreds of thousands of auto jobs, dramatically hike prices on vehicles and threaten industry spending on self-driving cars. A coalition representing major foreign automakers including Toyota Motor Corp, Volkswagen AG, BMW AG, and Hyundai Motor Co, said the tariffs would harm automakers and U.S. consumers.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Trump says finishing U.S. study on tariffs on cars from EU

    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the government was completing a study about increasing import tariffs on cars from the European Union and suggested he would take action soon. "We are finishing our study of Tariffs on cars from the E.U. in that they have long taken advantage of the U.S. in the form of Trade Barriers and Tariffs. On Friday Trump threatened to impose a 20 percent tariff on all imports of EU-assembled cars, a month after his administration launched an investigation into whether auto imports posed a national security threat.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Trump says finishing U.S. study on tariffs on cars from EU

    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the government was completing a study about increasing import tariffs on cars from the European Union and suggested he would take action soon. "We are finishing our study of Tariffs on cars from the E.U. in that they have long taken advantage of the U.S. in the form of Trade Barriers and Tariffs. On Friday Trump threatened to impose a 20 percent tariff on all imports of EU-assembled cars, a month after his administration launched an investigation into whether auto imports posed a national security threat.

  • Moody's4 months ago

    Hyundai Capital Services, Inc. -- Moody's affirms Hyundai Capital Services' Baa1 ratings; outlook stable

    Moody's Investors Service has affirmed Hyundai Capital Services, Inc.'s (HCS) Baa1 long-term foreign currency issuer and foreign currency senior unsecured debt ratings, as well as the (P)Baa1 senior unsecured rating for its medium term notes programme. The affirmation of HCS' Baa1 issuer rating incorporates HCS' standalone credit profile of baa3 and a two-notch uplift reflecting Moody's assessment of a strong willingness to provide support from its major shareholder, Hyundai Motor Group (HMG). As of March 2018, HMG held a total 79.8% stake in HCS, via a 59.7% stake held by Hyundai Motor Company (HMC, Baa1 stable) and a 20.1% stake held by Kia Motors Corporation (KMC, Baa1 stable).

  • Moody's4 months ago

    Moody's: US auto tariffs would be largely credit negative for global auto industry

    A 25% tariff being considered on vehicles and auto parts imported to the US would be broadly credit negative for the global auto industry, Moody's Investors Service says in a new report. "Tariffs on imported vehicles and parts would be negative for nearly every group in the industry -- automakers, parts suppliers, car dealers and even transportation companies -- as it rippled across the globalized supply chain, which we forecast will produce about 96.7 million light vehicles this year," says Bruce Clark, Moody's Senior Vice President. US automakers Ford and GM are vulnerable to import tariffs, as both import a significant number of vehicles into the US.