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DENSO Corporation (6902.T)

Tokyo - Tokyo Delayed Price. Currency in JPY
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7,607.00-133.00 (-1.72%)
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Previous Close7,740.00
Bid7,606.00 x 0
Ask7,617.00 x 0
Day's Range7,596.00 - 7,713.00
52 Week Range4,493.00 - 8,158.00
Avg. Volume1,578,531
Market Cap5.894T
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.08
PE Ratio (TTM)47.13
EPS (TTM)161.39
Earnings DateOct 25, 2021 - Oct 29, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield140.00 (1.92%)
Ex-Dividend DateSep 29, 2021
1y Target EstN/A
  • Bloomberg

    Xiaomi-Backed Fund Invests in Autonomous Driving Startup Zongmu

    (Bloomberg) -- An investment fund backed by Xiaomi Corp. is among a new slew of investors in Zongmu Technology Shanghai Co. as the Chinese autonomous driving system startup raised $190 million in its latest funding round.Zongmu conducted the series D fundraising in three stages and Hubei Xiaomi Changjiang Industrial Investment Fund Management Co. led the third phrase of the round, according to a statement on Thursday. Japan’s Denso Corp., Fosun Capital Group, Qualcomm Ventures and a fund backed

  • SmarterAnalyst

    Honeywell, Denso Partner to Target Electric Aircraft Components Market

    Honeywell (HON) and Denso have identified a business opportunity in the electric aircraft components market, and they are pursuing it by teaming up to build electric propulsion systems for aircraft. Their electrified power sources will help provide cleaner, quieter and more environmentally-friendly transportation in and between cities. The partners plan to deliver flight test configurations of the electric propulsion systems in 2022. The companies said they had initiated talks with potential customers about integrating the new electric propulsion systems into their aircraft. They are initially targeting aircraft used to deliver packages and fly passengers across cities, which comprise a segment called urban air mobility (UAM). Denso is a specialist in auto components and technology that supplies nearly every vehicle on the road today. Honeywell operates a diversified business, and its aerospace division builds engines, mechanical systems, and electronics for aircraft. "Honeywell technologies have helped power human flight for more than 100 years, and as electric propulsion for aircraft takes shape, Honeywell will be at the forefront,” commented Dave Marinick, president of Engines & Power Systems, Honeywell Aerospace. In addition to making money selling these systems, Honeywell and Denso count on the partnership to reduce the environmental impact of their operations. Both companies have committed to make their operations carbon neutral by 2035. (See Honeywell stock analysis on TipRanks) JPMorgan analyst Stephen Tusa reiterated a Buy rating on Honeywell stock but did not assign it a price target. Tusa believes investors have not fully understood Honeywell’s growth potential. “Investors underappreciate the many growth initiatives Honeywell has embedded in its portfolio that are on the cusp of bearing fruit in the middle of key early stage secular trends," noted Tusa. Consensus among analysts on Wall Street is a Moderate Buy based on 8 Buy and 5 Hold ratings. The average analyst price target of $237.82 implies 5.70% upside potential to current levels. HON scores a “Perfect 10” on TipRanks’ Smart Score rating system, implying the stock will likely outperform the market. Related News: Uber Partners with White House to Offer Free COVID-19 Vaccination Rides Tinder Partners with White House to Accelerate COVID-19 Vaccinations Tesla Faces Norwegian Fine over Slow Charging; Stock Jumps 4.4% – Report More recent articles from Smarter Analyst: Palantir Strengthens Ties with U.S Space Force Tesla Faces Norwegian Fine over Slow Charging; Stock Jumps 4.4% – Report Uber Partners with White House to Offer Free COVID-19 Vaccination Rides Liminal Biosciences Completes Plasma Centers Sale; Stock Jumps 4.65%

  • Reuters

    INSIGHT-How Toyota thrives when the chips are down

    Toyota may have pioneered the just-in-time manufacturing strategy but when it comes to chips, its decision to stockpile what have become key components in cars goes back a decade to the Fukushima disaster. After the catastrophe severed Toyota's supply chains on March 11, 2011, the world's biggest automaker realised the lead-time for semiconductors was way too long to cope with devastating shocks such as natural disasters. That's why Toyota came up with a business continuity plan (BCP) that required suppliers to stockpile anywhere from two to six months' worth of chips for the Japanese carmaker, depending on the time it takes from order to delivery, four sources said.