GM - General Motors Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
44.19
+0.12 (+0.27%)
At close: 4:00PM EST
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Previous Close44.07
Open45.10
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range43.75 - 45.52
52 Week Range31.92 - 46.76
Volume20,169,295
Avg. Volume12,967,095
Market Cap62.768B
Beta1.66
PE Ratio (TTM)21.57
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.52 (3.45%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-12-07
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Pickups steal the show at the Detroit Auto Show
    Yahoo Finance Video13 hours ago

    Pickups steal the show at the Detroit Auto Show

    The North American International Auto Show is underway in Detroit. Yahoo Finance's Rick Newman reports on why SUV's and pickups are all the rage in Detroit this year.

  • Why Cadillac sells more cars in China than in America
    Yahoo Finance17 hours ago

    Why Cadillac sells more cars in China than in America

    Cadillac sold 156,00 vehicles in the United States last year. It sold 175,000 in China. That makes 2017 the first year the General Motors luxury division has sold more vehicles in China than in its home market. There’s good news and bad news in those numbers.

  • GM sees 'strong year' in 2018, then gold in Chevy Silverado for 2019
    Autoblog18 hours ago

    GM sees 'strong year' in 2018, then gold in Chevy Silverado for 2019

    General Motors said on Tuesday it expects earnings in 2018 to be largely flat compared with 2017, but that profits should pick up pace in 2019 as its revamped line of high-margin pickup trucks hits the U.S. market. The 2018 earnings outlook was above market expectations, sending GM shares up more than 3 percent in premarket trading. "GM had a very good 2017 as we continued to transform our company to be more focused, resilient and profitable," GM Chief Executive Mary Barra said in a statement.

  • Autonomous cars loom, but the Detroit auto show goes on
    Associated Press2 hours ago

    Autonomous cars loom, but the Detroit auto show goes on

    DETROIT (AP) — The North American International Auto Show in Detroit opened to the press this week with one big question hanging in the air: How will autonomous vehicles change the industry?

  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    GM to Take $7 Billion Write-Down as a Result of U.S. Tax Overhaul

    General Motors said 2017 pretax profit likely ended up at the high end of its previous forecast but disclosed it will take a $7 billion write-down on deferred-tax assets stemming from the tax-overhaul ...

  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    Ford Motor Sees Lower Operating Profit on an Earnings-per-Share Basis

    Ford said it expects lower operating profit on an earnings-per-share basis in 2018, with higher commodity costs and adverse exchange rates offsetting gains from cost-cutting efforts and continued demand ...

  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    [$$] Why New Tax Law Cost Citigroup, GM $29 Billion

    Two of America’s biggest companies—Citigroup and General Motors—announced a combined $29 billion charge against earnings because of the new tax law. The primary reason for the charges is something that ...

  • Motley Fool3 hours ago

    GM Proved Doubters Wrong in 2017 With a Strong Crossover Lineup

    GM surprised the market when it announced strong guidance thanks to a revamped line of crossovers and SUVs. Better still, it delivered on the promises.

  • Motley Fool3 hours ago

    Ford's Tumultuous 2017

    Ford’s stock languished behind GM throughout 2017. Will 2018 be a turnaround year?

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    Exclusive: GM, DHL use a Chinese plant to lead manufacturing change

    LIUZHOU, China,  (Reuters) - Inside General Motors Co's vehicle assembly plant in this southern China city, many workers wear the red-and-yellow uniforms of DHL, the logistics company. The DHL employees work side-by-side with GM workers handling the flow of parts within the plant, which builds about 400,000 Baojun brand vehicles a year and is owned jointly by GM (GM.N), Chinese partner SAIC Motor Corp and Guangxi Automobile Group.

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    Exclusive - GM, DHL use a Chinese plant to lead manufacturing change

    LIUZHOU, China,  (Reuters) - Inside General Motors Co's vehicle assembly plant in this southern China city, many workers wear the red-and-yellow uniforms of DHL, the logistics company. The DHL employees work side-by-side with GM workers handling the flow of parts within the plant, which builds about 400,000 Baojun brand vehicles a year and is owned jointly by GM (GM.N), Chinese partner SAIC Motor Corp and Guangxi Automobile Group.