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General Motors Company (GM)

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58.61+0.13 (+0.22%)
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Previous Close58.48
Open59.45
Bid58.63 x 1300
Ask58.59 x 3000
Day's Range58.37 - 59.53
52 Week Range20.12 - 62.24
Volume14,189,508
Avg. Volume25,792,246
Market Cap84.452B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.39
PE Ratio (TTM)13.54
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 05, 2020
1y Target EstN/A
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    General Motors Co and South Korean joint-venture partner LG Energy Solution on Friday said they will build a second U.S. battery cell manufacturing plant, revealing plans for a $2.3 billion factory in Spring Hill, Tennessee. The planned 2.8 million-square-foot plant, scheduled to open in late 2023, will employ 1,300 people and will have production capacity of about 35 gigawatt-hours, similar to the companies' Ultium Cells joint-venture plant in Lordstown, Ohio, as they move to respond to the growing demand in the electric vehicle market.

  • GM, LG Energy Solution to build 2nd U.S. battery plant in Tennessee
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    GM, LG Energy Solution to build 2nd U.S. battery plant in Tennessee

    DETROIT (Reuters) -General Motors Co and South Korean joint-venture partner LG Energy Solution on Friday said they will build a second U.S. battery cell manufacturing plant, revealing plans for a $2.3 billion factory in Spring Hill, Tennessee. The planned 2.8 million-square-foot plant, scheduled to open in late 2023, will employ 1,300 people and will have production capacity of about 35 gigawatt-hours, similar to the companies' Ultium Cells joint-venture plant in Lordstown, Ohio, as they move to respond to the growing demand in the electric vehicle market. The plant's capacity would enable it to supply battery packs for more than 500,000 electric vehicles a year.