005380.KS - Hyundai Motor Company

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
114,500.00
-1,000.00 (-0.87%)
As of 12:30PM KST. Market open.
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Previous Close115,500.00
Open115,000.00
Bid114,500.00 x 0
Ask115,000.00 x 0
Day's Range114,500.00 - 116,000.00
52 Week Range111,500.00 - 167,500.00
Volume151,826
Avg. Volume388,279
Market Cap22.951T
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.30
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateApr 24, 2018 - Apr 30, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield4,000.00 (3.45%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-28
1y Target Est157,672.00
  • Reuters4 days 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.

  • U.S. Senate panel wants to question Hyundai, Kia over engine fire reports
    Reuters4 days 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.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    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.

  • CNBC12 days ago

    Seoul is relying on big companies to invest in North Korea, so promised reforms take a backseat

    South Korean President Moon Jae-in is relying on chaebols, family-run conglomerates, to spearhead economic cooperation with North Korea. Chaebols dominate the South Korean economy and their business practices have been widely deemed as unfair and monopolistic. South Korea President Moon Jae-in entered office with a pledge to reform the country's family-run conglomerates —known as chaebols — but critics say that initiative has been sidelined as the government focuses its attention on North Korea .

  • Hyundai signs deal to sell 1,000 hydrogen-powered trucks in Switzerland
    Reuterslast month

    Hyundai signs deal to sell 1,000 hydrogen-powered trucks in Switzerland

    Hyundai Motor said on Wednesday it will sell 1,000 hydrogen-powered trucks in Switzerland over the next five years through a new tie-up, betting the vehicles could beat battery-powered models sold by the likes of Tesla Inc. South Korea's Hyundai and Japan's Toyota are among a handful of car makers doubling down on hydrogen vehicles amid an intensifying global race to develop greener technologies to replace combustion engines, as regulators around the world crack down on emissions. The deal, which will double Hyundai's hydrogen vehicle sales, marks its latest push into a technology that has lagged battery electric vehicles.

  • Hyundai signs deal to sell 1,000 hydrogen-powered trucks in Switzerland
    Reuterslast month

    Hyundai signs deal to sell 1,000 hydrogen-powered trucks in Switzerland

    Hyundai Motor said on Wednesday it will sell 1,000 hydrogen-powered trucks in Switzerland over the next five years through a new tie-up, betting the vehicles could beat battery-powered models sold by the likes of Tesla Inc. South Korea's Hyundai and Japan's Toyota are among a handful of car makers doubling down on hydrogen vehicles amid an intensifying global race to develop greener technologies to replace combustion engines, as regulators around the world crack down on emissions. The deal, which will double Hyundai's hydrogen vehicle sales, marks its latest push into a technology that has lagged battery electric vehicles.

  • WayRay raises $80M at a $500M valuation led by Porsche for its holographic AR display tech
    TechCrunchlast month

    WayRay raises $80M at a $500M valuation led by Porsche for its holographic AR display tech

    The large, legacy car industry has pinned a lot of hopes and dreams on innovative startups to build the next generation of automotive technology, and today the latest chapter in that story was revealed. WayRay, a Zurich-based developer of holographic augmented reality technology and hardware -- used in head-up displays that project images into a driver's field of vision -- has raised $80 million of funding, a Series C led by Porsche, with Hyundai Motor, previous investor Alibaba Group, China Merchants Capital, JVCKENWOOD, and several sovereign wealth funds also participating. Meanwhile, in an interview, WayRay's founder and CEO, Vitaly Ponomarev, projects that when commercial rollout commences on its products -- which it expects to do next year -- that figure will likely double. "The lifecycle of our product is pretty long," Ponomarev said.

  • Hyundai Motor Group promotes heir apparent
    Autobloglast month

    Hyundai Motor Group promotes heir apparent

    Hyundai Motor Group promoted heir apparent Euisun Chung on Friday to a role of overseeing the conglomerate, moving him a step closer to succeeding his octogenarian father as head of South Korea's second largest group. Chung, 47, who will assist his father and group chairman Mong-Koo Chung, was appointed as executive vice chairman to respond to "deteriorating global trade issues and changes in competitive dynamics in major markets," Hyundai Motor Group said in a statement. Chaebols like Hyundai and Samsung Group, which have grown into global firms from the rubble of the 1950-1953 Korean War, are undergoing a transfer of power to third- or fourth-generation leaders.

  • Hyundai Motor Group promotes heir apparent Chung as succession looms
    Reuterslast month

    Hyundai Motor Group promotes heir apparent Chung as succession looms

    Hyundai Motor Group promoted heir apparent Euisun Chung on Friday to a role of overseeing the conglomerate, moving him a step closer to succeeding his octogenarian father as head of South Korea's second largest group. Chung, 47, who will assist his father and group chairman Mong-Koo Chung, was appointed as executive vice chairman to respond to "deteriorating global trade issues and changes in competitive dynamics in major markets," Hyundai Motor Group said in a statement. Chaebols like Hyundai and Samsung Group, which have grown into global firms from the rubble of the 1950-1953 Korean War, are undergoing a transfer of power to third- or fourth-generation leaders.

  • Hyundai Motor Group promotes heir apparent Chung as succession looms
    Reuterslast month

    Hyundai Motor Group promotes heir apparent Chung as succession looms

    Hyundai Motor Group promoted heir apparent Euisun Chung on Friday to a role of overseeing the conglomerate, moving him a step closer to succeeding his octogenarian father as head of South Korea's second largest group. Chung, 47, who will assist his father and group chairman Mong-Koo Chung, was appointed as executive vice chairman to respond to "deteriorating global trade issues and changes in competitive dynamics in major markets," Hyundai Motor Group said in a statement. Chaebols like Hyundai and Samsung Group, which have grown into global firms from the rubble of the 1950-1953 Korean War, are undergoing a transfer of power to third- or fourth-generation leaders.

  • Hedge fund Elliott calls for fresh revamp at Hyundai Motor Group
    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 (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".

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Activist Investor Elliott Escalates Campaign Against Hyundai

    , laying the groundwork for what could be a public battle over corporate reform at South Korea’s second-largest conglomerate. On Friday, a Hong Kong-based unit of the New York hedge fund released letters that it sent to three Hyundai affiliates last month in which it recommended a restructuring plan for the South Korean auto maker, along with proposals that it said would boost shareholder returns.

  • Reuterslast month

    PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - Sept. 7

    The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. - U.S. activist investor Elliott Management Corp released on ...

  • Elliott Playing Nice With Hyundai Isn't Working
    Bloomberglast month

    Elliott Playing Nice With Hyundai Isn't Working

    Singer’s Elliott Management Corp. was again spurned by Hyundai Motor Group after making a renewed push to force a restructuring of the conglomerate. Hyundai declined the fund’s invitation to discuss a new proposal, citing possible breaches of local rules, Sohee Kim and Scott Deveau of Bloomberg News reported Thursday. A quick recap: Hyundai released a restructuring plan in March as pressures built for South Korean business groups to simplify their structures and improve corporate governance.

  • Elliott renews calls for Hyundai Motor revamp: source
    Reuters2 months ago

    Elliott renews calls for Hyundai Motor revamp: source

    (Reuters) - Elliott Management Corp renewed calls on Hyundai Motor Group last month to make structural changes, a source told Reuters, months after the U.S. activist fund helped force the South Korean automotive company to scrap a restructuring deal. 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.

  • Elliott renews calls for Hyundai Motor revamp: source
    Reuters2 months ago

    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.

  • Elliott renews calls for Hyundai Motor revamp - source
    Reuters2 months ago

    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.

  • Elliott Revives Push to Overhaul Hyundai Motor, Letter Shows
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Elliott Revives Push to Overhaul Hyundai Motor, Letter Shows

    Elliott Management Corp., the activist fund that forced Hyundai Motor Group to scrap an $8.4 billion deal this year, is resuming its push for changes at the South Korean automotive giant. In a letter to Hyundai, billionaire Paul Singer’s fund called for the merger of some key units to bolster shareholder value and improve the group’s structure. One option would be for car-parts maker Hyundai Mobis Co. to sell its after-sale service business to affiliate Hyundai Motor Co., and then merge what’s left of Mobis with logistics affiliate Hyundai Glovis Co., according to the Aug. 14 letter seen by Bloomberg News.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    S.Korean stocks, won tumble on trade anxiety

    Round-up of South Korean financial markets: ** South Korea's KOSPI stock index and the won fell on Thursday as turmoil in emerging markets and jitters over a potentially severe escalation in the U.S.-China ...