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Hyundai Motor Company (005380.KS)

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146,500.00-500.00 (-0.34%)
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Previous Close147,000.00
Open146,500.00
Bid146,000.00 x 0
Ask146,500.00 x 0
Day's Range145,500.00 - 147,500.00
52 Week Range129,000.00 - 173,000.00
Volume3
Avg. Volume499,219
Market Cap30.33T
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-Dividend Date2016-12-28
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters22 hours ago

    Hyundai will launch pickup, more SUVs to reverse U.S. sales slide

    DETROIT/SEOUL (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor plans to launch a pickup truck in the United States as part of a broader plan to catch up with a shift away from sedans in one of the Korean automaker's most important markets, a senior company executive told Reuters. Michael J. O'Brien, vice president of corporate and product planning at Hyundai's U.S. unit, said Hyundai's top management has given the green light for development of a pickup truck similar to a show vehicle called the Santa Cruz that U.S. Hyundai executives unveiled in 2015.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Exclusive: Hyundai Motor Group faces government calls to address 'big governance risk'

    South Korea's new antitrust chief said he has been in talks with the autos-to-steel conglomerate Hyundai Motor Group about overhauling its complex ownership structure, which critics say gives too much power to its controlling family at the expense of shareholders. Kim Sang-jo, appointed to head the Korea Fair Trade Commission by President Moon Jae-in, told Reuters that Hyundai's web of cross shareholdings among its group affiliates has resulted in a "big governance risk" for South Korea's second-largest conglomerate, which is run by its 79-year-old chief, Chung Mong-koo. "Many people, including me, are telling Hyundai that they shouldn't waste more time before dissolving cross shareholding," said Kim, who has been nicknamed "chaebol sniper" for his shareholder activist campaigns targeting South Korea's powerful family-run conglomerates.

  • Exclusive: Hyundai Motor Group faces government calls to address 'big governance risk'
    Reuters3 days ago

    Exclusive: Hyundai Motor Group faces government calls to address 'big governance risk'

    South Korea's new antitrust chief said he has been in talks with the autos-to-steel conglomerate Hyundai Motor Group about overhauling its complex ownership structure, which critics say gives too much power to its controlling family at the expense of shareholders. Kim Sang-jo, appointed to head the Korea Fair Trade Commission by President Moon Jae-in, told Reuters that Hyundai's web of cross shareholdings among its group affiliates has resulted in a "big governance risk" for South Korea's second-largest conglomerate, which is run by its 79-year-old chief, Chung Mong-koo.