005380.KS - Hyundai Motor Company

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
156,500.00
-7,500.00 (-4.57%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous Close164,000.00
Open164,000.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range154,500.00 - 164,000.00
52 Week Range133,000.00 - 173,000.00
Volume861,668
Avg. Volume524,349
Market Cap32.404T
Beta0.90
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield4,000.00 (2.66%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-12-27
1y Target EstN/A
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  • South Korea antitrust chief says activist Elliott's Hyundai demand 'inappropriate'
    Reuters8 hours ago

    South Korea antitrust chief says activist Elliott's Hyundai demand 'inappropriate'

    South Korea's antitrust chief on Thursday said U.S. activist fund Elliott Management's proposal for Hyundai Motor Group to adopt a holding company structure was "inappropriate" and, if implemented, would be in violation of antitrust law. The proposal includes Hyundai's financial subsidiaries falling under the ownership of a non-financial entity, which is prohibited by law, Yoon Soo-hyun, a spokesman at the Korea Fair Trade Commission, said in confirmation of the commissioner's comments made at an event in Seoul. "Elliott's demand is inappropriate and if it (Hyundai) accepts the demand it can breach the fair trade act," Kim Sang-jo, the commissioner, said.

  • South Korea antitrust chief says activist Elliott's Hyundai demand "inappropriate"
    Reuters8 hours ago

    South Korea antitrust chief says activist Elliott's Hyundai demand "inappropriate"

    South Korea's antitrust chief on Thursday said U.S. activist fund Elliott Management's proposal for Hyundai Motor Group to adopt a holding company structure was "inappropriate" and, if implemented, would be in violation of antitrust law. The proposal includes Hyundai's financial subsidiaries falling under the ownership of a non-financial entity, which is prohibited by law, Yoon Soo-hyun, a spokesman at the Korea Fair Trade Commission, said in confirmation of the commissioner's comments made at an event in Seoul. "Elliott's demand is inappropriate and if it (Hyundai) accepts the demand it can breach the fair trade act," Kim Sang-jo, the commissioner, said.

  • Reuters12 hours ago

    Hyundai Motor first-quarter profit halves to six-year low on drab U.S. sales

    Hyundai Motor Co's quarterly profit halved to an almost six-year low, as bleak U.S. and China sales contrasted with those at home where the automaker is picking up customers of General Motors Co's (GM.N) troubled South Korean arm. The lacklustre results serve as a reminder of how Hyundai, which has been in the red for five years, continues to struggle due to its heavy reliance on sedan sales and slow response to rising demand for sport utility vehicles (SUVs) in China and the United States, the world's top two auto markets. Hyundai shares fell almost 6 percent after it reported a January-March profit of 668 billion won (444.19 million pounds), the weakest since the first quarter of 2012 and below 1.3 trillion won reported in the corresponding 2017 period.

  • Reuters12 hours ago

    Hyundai Motor Q1 profit halves to six-year low on drab U.S. sales

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  • Hyundai Motor's 1Q profit halved on grim US, China sales
    Associated Press13 hours ago

    Hyundai Motor's 1Q profit halved on grim US, China sales

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  • Financial Times14 hours ago

    [$$] Hyundai Motor net profit nearly halves in Q1

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  • Reuters15 hours ago

    Hyundai Motor first-quarter net profit halves, misses estimates

    SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's Hyundai Motor said on Thursday that its first-quarter net profit had halved from a year ago, falling significantly short of estimates, as a persistent weakness in U.S. and ...

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] Elliott Management pushes for major changes at Hyundai Motor

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  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] Elliott's New Korean Target May Prove Willing

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  • Tantrums and Tellings-Off at Korea’s Chaebol
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Tantrums and Tellings-Off at Korea’s Chaebol

    Pressure is mounting and Hyundai Motor Group is next in line.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Hyundai Motor Group shares gain after Elliott calls for major change

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  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] Hyundai affiliates climb on Elliott Advisors restructuring plan

    The listed subsidiaries of Hyundai Motor Group climbed on Tuesday after activist investor Elliott Advisors called for more more serious reforms at the South Korean conglomerate. Elliot, which declared ...

  • Hyundai Motor Group shares gain after Elliott calls for major change
    Reuters3 days ago

    Hyundai Motor Group shares gain after Elliott calls for major change

    Shares of three key affiliates of Hyundai Motor Group gained ground on Tuesday after U.S. activist hedge fund Elliott Management stepped up pressure for changes in the South Korean companies. Elliott Management, which has stakes worth more than $1 billion in the affiliates, on Monday called on the group to adopt a holding company structure, return excess cash and offer a clear dividend policy, among other suggestions. The giant autos-to-steel group last month announced a plan to streamline its ownership structure, responding to calls from the government and investors for greater transparency and better governance South Korea's family-controlled conglomerates, or chaebols.

  • Activist fund Elliott ramps up pressure on South Korean auto giant Hyundai
    Reuters3 days ago

    Activist fund Elliott ramps up pressure on South Korean auto giant Hyundai

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  • Reuters3 days ago

    Hyundai Motor says to continue communications with investors, including Elliott

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  • Activist fund Elliott ramps up pressure on South Korean auto giant Hyundai
    Reuters3 days ago

    Activist fund Elliott ramps up pressure on South Korean auto giant Hyundai

    U.S. activist hedge fund Elliott Management dismissed Hyundai Motor Group's restructuring plan as insufficient on Monday and called on the South Korean conglomerate to adopt a holding company strategy and appoint more independent board members. Elliott disclosed this month that it holds more than $1 billion worth of shares in three key affiliates of Hyundai Motor Group and called for a "more detailed roadmap" on how the group will improve corporate governance, optimize balance sheets and enhance capital returns. Stepping up its campaign against the South Korean carmaker on Monday, Elliott said it was unclear how the group's restructuring plan would benefit minority shareholders.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Hyundai Motor says to continue communications with investors, including Elliott

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  • Financial Times3 days ago

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  • Singer's Elliott Steps Up Pressure on Hyundai Motor Group
    Bloomberg3 days ago

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    Bloomberg3 days ago

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    Bloomberg15 days ago

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  • Reuters18 days ago

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