FCAU - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
13.63
-0.55 (-3.88%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close14.18
Open13.55
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask0.00 x 3200
Day's Range13.46 - 13.72
52 Week Range12.58 - 19.60
Volume5,128,105
Avg. Volume3,446,124
Market Cap26.937B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.70
PE Ratio (TTM)5.88
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.73 (5.15%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-20
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Fiat Chrysler Crashes on Goldman Sachs' Sell Rating
    Motley Fool12 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler Crashes on Goldman Sachs' Sell Rating

    The analyst believes the automaker's stock is cheap...for a reason.

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    UPDATE 1-UAW president to GM: We invested in you, now invest in us

    The UAW and General Motors Co on Tuesday formally kicked off contract talks, with the union's president calling on the automaker to keep open plants it has slated for closure and to invest in its workforce after the union helped it through a government-led bankruptcy a decade ago. "We invested in you, now it's your turn to invest in us," United Auto Workers' President Gary Jones said at a joint event with GM executives in downtown Detroit. This year's talks on a new four-year contract between the union and the Detroit automakers are expected to be contentious, as U.S. auto sales are slowing after a long boom.

  • TheStreet.com14 hours ago

    [video]Fiat Chrysler Shares Fall on Goldman Sell Rating

    Shares of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV fell Tuesday after Goldman Sachs initiated coverage with a sell recommendation. Analysts said they saw "limited scope for further earnings growth from North America" and challenges for other parts of the business. In addition, they said their own earnings estimates are 5% below the current consensus on Wall Street.

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  • Reuters2 days ago

    UPDATE 1-UAW head wants union to share in profits of U.S. automakers

    The head of the labor union representing most hourly workers at the U.S. automakers struck an adversarial tone on Monday, vowing in likely contentious talks for new four-year deals that they want to share in the companies' profits. Rising healthcare costs, job security and the use of temporary workers are also expected to be major sticking points.

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  • Ford, UAW to kick off contentious contract talks
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    Ford, UAW to kick off contentious contract talks

    The United Auto Workers and Ford Motor Co will officially launch talks on a four-year contract on Monday that are expected to be contentious, with rising healthcare costs, job security and the use of temporary workers expected to be major sticking points. General Motors Co and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCA) will kick off their own talks with the UAW on Tuesday. When the negotiators for the union and Detroit's automakers last sat across the table from each other in 2015, U.S. new vehicle sales were booming.

  • UAW head wants union to share in profits of U.S. automakers
    Reuters2 days ago

    UAW head wants union to share in profits of U.S. automakers

    The head of the labor union representing most hourly workers at the U.S. automakers struck an adversarial tone on Monday, vowing in likely contentious talks for new four-year deals that they want to share in the companies' profits. "With this year's negotiations, we will halt that race to the bottom," Jones said at the event at the Dearborn, Michigan, headquarters of the No. 2 U.S. automaker. General Motors Co and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCA) will kick off their own talks with the UAW on Tuesday.

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  • Investors Mull Tesla Stock Buy as Production, Hiring and Sales Rev Up
    InvestorPlace5 days ago

    Investors Mull Tesla Stock Buy as Production, Hiring and Sales Rev Up

    Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) looks poised to ramp up again soon. The Palo Alto, California-based electric vehicle (EV) firm recently reported a record quarter in terms of cars built. Now, it looks poised to resume hiring and take production to record levels. This has sent TSLA stock more than 23% since early June, compared to a 8.9% gain in the Nasdaq Composite index.Source: Shutterstock Although risks remain, the company has positioned itself not only to return to profitability but also to bring itself further into the mainstream as it takes Tesla stock back to all-time highs and beyond. More Workers Making More CarsTSLA moved higher in Wednesday trading following a release by Bloomberg of an internal email that told employees that the EV maker is "making preparations" to increase production at its Fremont, California assembly plant following a quarter of record deliveries.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 10 Best Stocks for 2019: A Volatile First Half Despite job cuts in recent months, Tesla has begun to increase hiring both in Fremont and at its Nevada battery factory. This comes on the heels of a report that the company produced 95,200 vehicles in the second quarter. Of those, 77,550 of the deliveries were Tesla's lower-cost Model 3. Between these improvements and the construction of its factory in Shanghai, Tesla is poised to grow beyond the estimated 400,000 deliveries it expects to make this year. Still, this meant sales of the pricier Model S and Model X have declined. That slippage is creating profitability concerns among some investors. Estimates Again Moving HigherHowever, for the first time in months, the profit outlook has improved. After months of declining estimates, consensus losses for 2019 rose to $1.68 per share, up from a loss of $1.79 per share estimated last week. For 2020, profit estimates now stand at $5.05 per share, up six cents per share from last week's consensus estimate.This 2020 profit estimate gives TSLA a forward price-to-earnings (PE) ratio of around 46.5. Analysts also project that profit growth will average 114.3% per year over the next five years. If these numbers can hold, I think Tesla stock can move much higher.Moreover, the company expects to open its Gigafactory 3 in China late this year. They plan to produce about 150,000 next year in the factory's first phase. As InvestorPlace contributor Faisal Humayun wrote recently, this new factory will produce the Model 3 at a 50% lower cost. That would also make Tesla much bigger in China than homegrown electric cars such as Nio (NYSE:NIO). Don't Ignore Tesla Stock RisksStill, investors should remain mindful of risks. The current economic expansion has entered its 11th year, with recession talk getting louder every day. Also, Tesla's $42 billion-plus market cap takes it ahead of Ford (NYSE:F) and Fiat Chrysler (NYSE:FCAU) and fueling valuation concerns. Moreover, the trade war between the U.S. and China lingers on; Gigafactory 3 will mitigate the direct effects on TSLA. However, the economic slowdowns that come with trade wars could affect sales.Then there's Tesla's unique risk factor: The eccentric behavior of CEO Elon Musk. As recently as a few months ago, profitability had slipped away, and Mr. Musk cut the size of his workforce. Reversing course so quickly may have inspired investors. However, the continued course corrections don't breed feelings of stability. * 7 Retail Stocks to Buy for the Second Half of 2019 Still, with production levels set to reach 500,000, Tesla has shown that it will probably not become the next DeLorean Motor Company or Fisker Automotive. With its massive growth and viable path to profitability, TSLA looks poised to set new highs sooner rather than later. Bottom Line on TSLA StockAlthough risks remain, TSLA stock looks poised to continue its recovery. As recently as a few months ago, Tesla appeared troubled as its prospects to earn a profit melted away, and the company began to let workers go.However, record auto production and a signal that Tesla will ramp up both production and hiring have brought new optimism. Moreover, the new factory in Shanghai will likely help Tesla side-step the trade war and bring a record number of cars to market. Yes, either the economy or the mood of Mr. Musk could derail this move higher. However, if the company can live up to analyst expectations, TSLA stock has nowhere to go but up.As of this writing, Will Healy did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned stocks. You can follow Will on Twitter at @HealyWriting. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Stocks to Sell for an Economic Slowdown * 7 Marijuana Penny Stocks That I May Buy * 7 of The Best Schwab ETFs for Low Fees The post Investors Mull Tesla Stock Buy as Production, Hiring and Sales Rev Up appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Bloomberg5 days ago

    VW-Ford Alliance Expansion Shows Carmaker Partnerships Are Here to Stay

    (Bloomberg) -- A long history of failed automotive mergers and tie-ups -- from Daimler-Chrysler, to GM-Fiat and BMW-Rover -- used to be reason to doubt that combinations or partnerships between big carmakers were a good idea.But as the world’s biggest manufacturers anticipate an age of increasingly electric, autonomous and shared vehicles, they’re increasingly becoming bedfellows.Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Co. have scheduled a press conference in New York on Friday after months of talks about joining forces to develop self-driving and electric vehicles. Aligning with one another in the burgeoning fields would build on an existing partnership to work together on commercial vans and trucks.The expanding alliance between the world’s No. 1 and America’s No. 2 car companies is only the latest example of the auto industry giants joining forces to cope with the transformation sweeping their industry. The transition is going to be costly: Since 2010, more than $14 billion has been invested in autonomy and mobility technologies, according to BloombergNEF.“BMW and Daimler are pairing up and matching up on their autonomous-vehicle program, as are Toyota and Uber, and you’ve seen GM and Honda, and now VW and Ford,” said Mike Ramsey, an automotive consultant at Gartner Inc. “That leaves Hyundai and Kia hunting around desperately for partners. And then the remainder, like FCA and PSA.”Here’s a rundown of some of the most noteworthy tie-ups of the last few years among the world’s leading automakers:BMW-Daimler DealsBMW AG and Daimler AG vowed earlier this month to team up on developing cars capable of traversing highways without human intervention starting in 2024. While drivers will remain behind the wheel, the companies said their vehicles will be able to navigate highways and park on their own.The luxury-auto arch rivals also agreed to pour more than 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) into the car-sharing and ride-hailing businesses they combined to form one joint venture earlier this year to compete with the likes of Uber Technologies Inc. and Lyft Inc.Fiat’s Renault FlirtationFiat Chrysler Automobiles NV -- already an Italian-American amalgam -- pursued a merger with Renault SA earlier this year, though the potential deal abruptly collapsed last month due to the French state’s intervention and concern about the implications for Renault’s existing alliance with Nissan Motor Co. and Mitsubishi Motors Corp.Still, it may be too soon to write off the idea. Renault and French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire have said talks with Fiat Chrysler could resume once the Renault-Nissan alliance is on firmer footing. Fiat Chrysler Chairman John Elkann told Italian newspaper La Stampa this week called the attempt to merge with Renault an “act of courage.”BMW’s Other BlocsNearly two years before Fiat Chrysler’s merger proposal with Renault, the company entered a coalition led by BMW that’s creating an autonomous-vehicle platform slated to be launched in 2021. Other members of the collaboration include Intel Corp., Aptiv Plc, Continental AG and Magna International Inc.And that’s not all for BMW. Jaguar Land Rover announced in June it will team up with the German automaker to work on its fifth generation of electric-drive technology, which is set to roll out next year with an electric X3 crossover.Daimler Joining GeelyDaimler decided earlier this year to transform Smart, its struggling small-car division, into an all-electric brand rooted in China with the help of its largest shareholder, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group.The two groups also agreed last October to enter China’s ride-hailing and car-sharing business by forming a 50-50 venture. They plan to levereage models including the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and E-Class and the ultra-luxury brand Maybach to battle market leader Didi Chuxing.Honda Hitching RidesEven Honda Motor Co. has pivoted from the go-it-alone approach that it stuck to for decades. The Japanese automaker joined an existing venture between Toyota Motor Corp. and SoftBank Group Corp. earlier this year.Last fall, Honda committed to investing $2.75 billion in General Motors Co.’s Cruise self-driving unit. The two already were working together on electric-vehicle batteries and hydrogen fuel cell systems.Toyota’s Electric-Car CooperationToyota, whose battery-powered RAV4 partnership with Tesla Inc. ended up being a short-lived clash of polar-opposite business cultures, entered another electric-vehicle alliance in 2017 with Mazda Motor Corp.Months after announcing the Mazda pact, Toyota added Suzuki Motor Corp. to the mix, with the two saying they plan to bring electric vehicles to China and India beginning in 2020. And in June, Toyota added Subaru Corp. to its stable of EV partners.\--With assistance from Keith Naughton.To contact the reporter on this story: Kyle Lahucik in Southfield at klahucik3@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Craig Trudell at ctrudell1@bloomberg.netFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Fiat bets on electric '500' as it moves on from Renault
    Reuters6 days ago

    Fiat bets on electric '500' as it moves on from Renault

    Fiat Chrysler (FCA) plans to invest 700 million euros ($788 million) in an electric makeover of its iconic Fiat 500, a top executive said on Thursday, as the automaker seeks to move on from its failed bid to merge with France's Renault. FCA chief operating officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Pietro Gorlier, announced the investment - the Italian-American company's biggest single bet on an electric vehicle - at its Mirafiori plant in Turin, northern Italy. "The plan is confirmed," Gorlier told reporters, when asked if FCA's investment in electric vehicle technology would remain unchanged after its $35 billion plan to merge with Renault, an electric car pioneer, collapsed last month.

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  • Reuters6 days ago

    UPDATE 3-FCA plans electric Fiat 500 for 2020 as moves on from Renault

    Fiat Chrysler (FCA) plans to spend 700 million euros ($788 million) to take the Fiat 500 electric as the carmaker moves on from its failed $35 billion bid to merge with France's Renault, a pioneer in electric vehicles. FCA chief operating officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Pietro Gorlier, announced the Italian-American company's biggest single bet on an electric vehicle at its Mirafiori plant in Turin, northern Italy on Thursday.

  • FCA plans electric Fiat 500 for 2020 as moves on from Renault
    Reuters6 days ago

    FCA plans electric Fiat 500 for 2020 as moves on from Renault

    Fiat Chrysler (FCA) plans to spend 700 million euros ($788 million) to take the Fiat 500 electric as the carmaker moves on from its failed $35 billion bid to merge with France's Renault , a pioneer in electric vehicles. FCA chief operating officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Pietro Gorlier, announced the Italian-American company's biggest single bet on an electric vehicle at its Mirafiori plant in Turin, northern Italy on Thursday. FCA's investment is part of a plan announced last year to spend 5 billion euros in Italy up to 2021.

  • FCA chairman says Renault merger plan was 'act of courage' - paper
    Reuters7 days ago

    FCA chairman says Renault merger plan was 'act of courage' - paper

    The merger proposal made by Fiat Chrysler (FCA) to Renault in May was an "act of courage" but the Italian-American carmaker felt the conditions were not right to go ahead, FCA Chairman John Elkann told La Stampa newspaper. Last month, FCA pulled the plug on its proposed merger with Renault, saying negotiations had become "unreasonable" due to political resistance in Paris.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    FCA chairman says Renault merger plan was 'act of courage'-paper

    The merger proposal made by Fiat Chrysler (FCA) to Renault in May was an "act of courage" but the Italian-American carmaker felt the conditions were not right to go ahead, FCA Chairman John Elkann told La Stampa newspaper. Last month, FCA pulled the plug on its proposed merger with Renault, saying negotiations had become "unreasonable" due to political resistance in Paris.

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  • The True Price of Electric Cars
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    The True Price of Electric Cars

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- Most people will be happy to see the back of the combustion engine. Cleaner air and less dependence on oil are good reasons to look forward to the mass adoption of electric cars.But for the 3 million or so Europeans working in the auto industry, the transition to the new technology is a source of great anxiety. While the numbers are hotly debated, carmaker jobs will probably become scarcer because electric vehicles need fewer parts and less maintenance than their gas-guzzling predecessors.With automation, Brexit, and President Donald’s Trump tariff wars all hitting the European sector too, things look bleak for auto workers. Ford is slashing 12,000 jobs on the continent (carmakers cut 38,000 jobs globally in the six months to May). The wider industrial background is little better: Manufacturing as a share of European Union GDP fell from 19% to 14% between 1991 and 2018. None of this is ideal for mainstream political leaders who are trying to safeguard decent blue-collar jobs to counteract the appeal of populist rivals.Policymakers need to raise their game. So far they appear to be just muddling through this epochal challenge for the continent’s manufacturers. Witness the counterproductive interference by Paris in Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV’s attempt to merge with Renault SA, a deal that was meant to create a company better equipped to deal with the industry’s transformation.The speed at which technology disrupts companies often catches politicians and workers unawares. While governments haggle over whether carbon-neutral targets should be 2050, 2040, or earlier, carmakers and other manufacturers are already redirecting vast amounts of capital to get ahead of consumer demand for cleaner products. Volkswagen AG, for example, has pledged $34 billion of electric car spending.According to data from BloombergNEF, large electric vehicles might be cheaper in the EU than their combustion-engine counterparts by as early as 2022. The estimate was 2026 just two years ago, which shows how fast things are changing. The rapidly falling cost of batteries should be ringing alarm bells about the consequences for mass industrial employment. Unfortunately, policymakers have struggled to respond to job losses in particular sectors and skill sets.The giant German trade union IG Metall thinks the retraining of staff is the best response to the potential loss of 75,000 German car jobs in the shift to electric. But it’s no panacea. The EU’s “Globalization Adjustment Fund,” which provides money to help retrain unemployed workers, has had mixed success, according to the Bruegel think tank: The average reemployment rate of those accessing the fund was an impressive 92% in the Czech Republic, but just 26% in Belgium. Its size is too small at 150 million euros ($169 million) per year and its criteria too restrictive to make a big difference, although EU governments are pushing to change this. On a national level, Germany has at least shown itself willing to respond to the broader shift to renewable energy, most notably through a reported 40 billion-euro package to support those who will suffer from its planned phasing out of coal. The spending includes infrastructure upgrades such as roads and telecoms links, as well as more public service jobs.The question is whether blunt redistribution will be enough (or is indeed sustainable) if Europe’s economic growth and productivity don’t pick up soon. Can Germany really replace those high-quality car jobs with similar manufacturing roles? France, meanwhile, is troubled by the prospect of further social unrest should the process of “disindustrialisation” go much further. The Natixis economist Patrick Artus thinks the country’s weak productivity gains and meager wage growth, combined with job losses and higher energy prices, might provoke a repeat of the Gilets Jaunes crisis.There’s no magic fix to these issues. But Europe’s leaders need to start moving a whole lot faster.To contact the author of this story: Lionel Laurent at llaurent2@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: James Boxell at jboxell@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Lionel Laurent is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering Brussels. He previously worked at Reuters and Forbes.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.