GM - General Motors Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
37.69
+0.08 (+0.21%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

37.69 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:59PM EDT

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Previous Close37.61
Open37.49
Bid37.70 x 400
Ask37.83 x 500
Day's Range37.43 - 37.96
52 Week Range31.92 - 46.76
Volume7,301,926
Avg. Volume12,889,279
Market Cap52.786B
Beta1.53
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.52 (3.91%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-03-08
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Ford passes on GM's 9-speed automatic transmission
    Yahoo Finance Video33 minutes ago

    Ford passes on GM's 9-speed automatic transmission

    Ford and General Motors signed an agreement five years ago to jointly develop nine- and 10-speed automatic transmissions as a way to lower costs and achieve higher fuel economy amid tightening federal rules. But now, Ford is saying "no thanks" to the nine-speed box developed by its crosstown rival.

  • 2019 Chevy Corvette ZR1 First Drive Review: It's lit
    Autoblog9 hours ago

    2019 Chevy Corvette ZR1 First Drive Review: It's lit

    I was shook. I've driven a lot of racetracks in a lot of exotic cars. But lately I haven't been on track as often as I would like. And my most recent foray on a very wet circuit left me feeling unacceptably slow. Cobwebby. So a first drive of the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 at Road Atlanta was bringing on a set of nerves.

  • Investopedia4 hours ago

    Tesla Rival With Deep Pockets Taps GM, BMW Alums

    Aspiring Tesla Inc. ( TSLA) competitor Evelozcity Vision is ramping up its executive team as it plans to launch its first electric car in 2021. The electric vehicle (EV) maker, which has raised $1 billion in capital commitments since December 2017, has added a General Motors Co. ( GM) veteran to its growing team of seasoned industry experts.

  • April 2018 Update: Analysts See Good Upside Potential in GM Stock
    Market Realist7 hours ago

    April 2018 Update: Analysts See Good Upside Potential in GM Stock

    In the previous part of this series, we looked at analysts’ expectations from General Motors’ (GM) 1Q18 earnings, which reflected weakness. Other than earnings estimates, investors should also be aware of Wall Street analysts’ recommendations, which may have an impact on the company’s stock price action. Now, let’s explore what analysts are recommending for GM before its 1Q18 earnings event.

  • Analysts Expect General Motors’ 1Q18 Earnings to Drop
    Market Realist9 hours ago

    Analysts Expect General Motors’ 1Q18 Earnings to Drop

    In 4Q17, General Motors (GM) reported adjusted earnings per share (or EPS) of $1.65, which was ~28.9% higher than its 4Q16 EPS of $1.28. Its earnings per share were also far better than Wall Street analysts’ EPS estimate of $1.38.

  • 3 Stocks That Feel Like Disney in 1957
    Motley Fool10 hours ago

    3 Stocks That Feel Like Disney in 1957

    These three companies could still be in relatively early stages of their long-term growth trajectories.

  • How Has General Motors Stock Performed in April 2018 So Far?
    Market Realist10 hours ago

    How Has General Motors Stock Performed in April 2018 So Far?

    Auto giant General Motors (GM) is set to release its 1Q18 earnings report on April 26. By 2017 US auto sales volume, GM had the largest market share in the country—much higher than Ford (F), Toyota (TM), and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCAU). Before we find out what analysts are expecting from GM’s 1Q18 earnings, let’s explore how its stock has performed in April 2018 so far.

  • CNBC11 hours ago

    GM Korea avoids bankruptcy vote after new wage agreement

    General Motors (GM) has reached a new wage agreement with labor unions in South Korea as the regional unit's board delayed its decision to file for bankruptcy protection. The deal opens the door to the loss-making unit finding more support from the Korea Development Bank and a fresh cash boost from the South Korean government. GM Korea said Monday that the agreement was an opportunity for GM to allocate new vehicles for production in South Korea to help its recovery.

  • Reuters11 hours ago

    German region ready to help Opel, but won't be blackmailed - premier

    The German state of Thuringia is ready to offer assistance to carmaker Opel in order to keep the region's Eisenach plant open, state premier Bodo Ramelow told Reuters on Monday. The state could help with energy costs and property, he said, but added that it would only lend assistance if wage bargaining parties returned to the negotiating table. It is unacceptable to use investment decisions to put the state of Thuringia "virtually under threat of blackmail", Ramelow said.

  • GM Korea drops bankruptcy vote plan after last-minute wage deal
    Reuters12 hours ago

    GM Korea drops bankruptcy vote plan after last-minute wage deal

    General Motors Co's (GM) South Korean unit dropped a plan to consider filing for bankruptcy after winning concessions on pay, bonuses and benefits from its labor union in a tentative deal reached on Monday. The deal will pave the way for nearly $500 million in fresh capital injection by the South Korean government, providing much-needed liquidity to GM Korea to pay employees and its suppliers, but slumping vehicle sales and low factory run-rates raise questions about its longer-term future. The concessions by GM Korea's powerful auto union are expected to heap pressure on other auto unions for similar moves, at a time when South Korea's auto industry is grappling with higher labor costs and sluggish demand from the United States and other markets.

  • Reuters12 hours ago

    GM Korea drops bankruptcy vote plan after last-minute wage deal

    General Motors Co's (GM) (GM.N) South Korean unit dropped a plan to consider filing for bankruptcy after winning concessions on pay, bonuses and benefits from its labour union in a tentative deal reached on Monday. The deal will pave the way for nearly $500 million (350 million pounds) in fresh capital injection by the South Korean government, providing much-needed liquidity to GM Korea to pay employees and its suppliers, but slumping vehicle sales and low factory run-rates raise questions about its longer-term future. The concessions by GM Korea's powerful auto union are expected to heap pressure on other auto unions for similar moves, at a time when South Korea's auto industry is grappling with higher labour costs and sluggish demand from the United States and other markets.