GM - General Motors Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
39.43
+0.07 (+0.18%)
At close: 4:01PM EDT
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Previous Close39.36
Open38.99
Bid38.85 x 4000
Ask39.79 x 800
Day's Range38.65 - 39.70
52 Week Range30.56 - 41.50
Volume7,192,036
Avg. Volume8,894,867
Market Cap55.927B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.25
PE Ratio (TTM)6.27
EPS (TTM)6.29
Earnings DateAug 1, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1.52 (3.86%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-06
1y Target Est46.70
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Toyota Motor Corp. tops that list at about $3 billion.Though the deployment of highly autonomous commercial fleets isn’t expected to begin until at least 2022, the looming threat is that the increasingly sophisticated designs of those cars will render some ordinary parts –- and their suppliers -- unnecessary.For example, why would a self-driving vehicle that uses cameras, lasers and sensors to get around need headlights or mirrors?Smart HeadlightsThe response from century-old Koito Manufacturing is to reinvent the headlight. 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Ltd., is designing windows with built-in antennas for 5G wireless connections, allowing cars to send and receive signals with other vehicles and infrastructure. AGC’s customers include Toyota, Tesla Inc. and Sony Corp., according to data compiled by Bloomberg.An overarching challenge is to convince carmakers that the smarter -- and more expensive -- components make economic sense. Not all parts manufacturers need a radical transformation to keep up with autonomous and electric vehicles since they’ve been evolving gradually as the industry takes shape, said Deepesh Rathore, an independent automobile analyst based in Bengaluru.“A car is a car, and the shape of the tire doesn’t change,” Rathore said. “I can imagine some of those companies having to reinvent everything -- especially those working with engines and gearbox technologies.”Even components that aren’t facing an immediate existential threat are evolving. 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