|Bid||124,000.00 x 0|
|Ask||124,500.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||123,500.00 - 125,500.00|
|52 Week Range||118,000.00 - 167,500.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Apr 24, 2018 - Apr 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||4,000.00 (3.24%)|
|1y Target Est||166,293.00|
(Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co said on Wednesday it will set up a showroom on Amazon.com that will help car buyers book test drives, check dealer inventories and compare pricing and reviews. The showroom ...
Hyundai Motor Co said on Wednesday it will set up a showroom on Amazon.com that will help car buyers book test drives, check dealer inventories and compare pricing and reviews. The showroom will operate ...
Hyundai Motor Co. said it’s modernizing its retail operations with a “digital showroom” on Amazon.com that lets shoppers arrange test drives, check inventory, compare pricing and read owners’ reviews. From Amazon’s Hyundai page, shoppers can click through to websites showing inventories at specific dealerships, plus see pricing details including all available discounts and a three-day money-back guarantee. “This collaboration with Amazon provides customers with the ability to learn about Hyundai vehicles in a way that matches their expectations for nearly every other type of purchase,” Tim Maxwell, Hyundai’s senior group manager for digital marketing, said in a statement.
BEIJING (AP) — In a story July 12 about the latest developments in the U.S.-China trade war, The Associated Press erroneously reported that 200,000 jobs at an Alabama Hyundai plant could be jeopardized if the U.S. imposes higher auto tariffs. The plant employs 3,500 people.
BEIJING (AP) — In a story July 12 about the U.S.-China trade war, The Associated Press erroneously reported that 20,000 jobs at an Alabama Hyundai plant could be at risk if the U.S. imposes higher auto tariffs. The plant employs 3,500 people.
The European Union, Japan, Canada, Mexico, along with automotive trade groups, Volkswagen AG, and the United Auto Workers union are among those scheduled to testify at a July 19 hearing on the Trump administration's investigation into whether imported autos and parts pose a national security threat, according to a document seen Thursday by Reuters. The U.S. Commerce Department in May launched an investigation into whether imported vehicles pose a national security threat.
Round-up of South Korean financial markets: ** South Korea's KOSPI stock index and the won gained on Friday after Washington imposed tariffs on more than 800 goods from China worth $34 billion, a decision ...
Japan and South Korea are pushing back against the risk of U.S. restrictions on auto imports, with both governments and their biggest carmakers warning of damage to the industry on both sides of the Pacific. Japan shipped almost $50 billion of autos and auto parts to the U.S. in 2017, while Korea exported more than $20 billion, according to the two governments. Meanwhile, Japanese companies make as many as 3.8 million cars each year in the U.S. while Korea’s Hyundai Motor Co. says it’s invested almost $8.3 billion there.
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.
The partnership will see Hyundai make a direct investment in Autotalks, the South Korean car giant said. Autotalks focuses on so-called V2X, or “Vehicle to Everything”, technology, which can help vehicles communicate with each other. Hyundai Motor has entered into a strategic partnership with Autotalks, a business that specializes in the production of communication chipsets that look to improve road safety.
Employees at Hyundai will go on strike after failing to reach an agreement with the company over a wage increase. As Thuy Ong reports, it's another setback for the company, which is also facing new potential US tarriffs.