GM - General Motors Company

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
40.70
+0.14 (+0.35%)
As of 10:38AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close40.56
Open40.66
Bid40.71 x 200
Ask40.72 x 1200
Day's Range40.50 - 40.82
52 Week Range31.92 - 46.76
Volume1,404,527
Avg. Volume13,261,565
Market Cap57.087B
Beta1.55
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-2.60
Earnings DateApr 26, 2018 - Apr 30, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.52 (3.73%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-12-07
1y Target Est48.35
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  • Reuters4 hours ago

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    South Korea said on Thursday that it plans to quickly conduct due diligence on the South Korean unit of General Motors Co and discuss a turnaround plan for the financially strapped subsidiary. GM has asked for financial support for its South Korean unit. GM's head of international operations, Barry Engle, flew to Seoul this week and held a series of meetings with senior officials from state-run Korea Development Bank (KDB), the finance ministry and trade ministry, as well as lawmakers and union leaders.

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  • Reuters9 hours ago

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    South Korean President Moon Jae-in is in a bind. Last week, GM announced it would shut down a factory in Gunsan, southwest of Seoul, and said it was mulling the fate of its three remaining plants in South Korea. It wants help from the government to restructure and keep the plants operating.

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  • GM proposes $2.8 billion, 10-year investment in South Korea: government official
    Reutersyesterday

    GM proposes $2.8 billion, 10-year investment in South Korea: government official

    General Motors (GM) (GM.N) has proposed an investment of $2.8 billion into its loss-making South Korean operations over the next 10 years and has asked Seoul to provide its share of the funds, a South Korean government official said on Wednesday. The U.S. automaker announced last week it would shut down a factory in Gunsan, southwest of Seoul, and that it was mulling the fate of its three remaining plants in South Korea. GM owns 77 percent of its South Korean unit GM Korea, while state-run Korea Development Bank (KDB) owns a 17 percent stake.

  • Reutersyesterday

    GM proposes $2.8 billion, 10-year investment in South Korea - government official

    General Motors (GM) (GM.N) has proposed an investment of $2.8 billion (2.01 billion pounds) into its loss-making South Korean operations over the next 10 years and has asked Seoul to provide its share of the funds, a South Korean government official said on Wednesday. The U.S. automaker announced last week it would shut down a factory in Gunsan, southwest of Seoul, and that it was mulling the fate of its three remaining plants in South Korea. GM owns 77 percent of its South Korean unit GM Korea, while state-run Korea Development Bank (KDB) owns a 17 percent stake.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Union says it will strike if GM plans full South Korea exit

    General Motors' South Korean workers will go on a full strike if the U.S. automaker decides to completely pull out of the country, its union head told Reuters on Wednesday, adding he does not rule out the possibility GM might leave. For now, the 14,000-member union will focus on putting pressure on GM to come up with a concrete turnaround plan for its loss-making South Korean operations, Lim Han-taek, said in an interview. GM announced last week it would shut its plant in the city of Gunsan, in southwest South Korea, by May and decide the future of the remaining three plants in the country within weeks.

  • Union says it will strike if GM plans full South Korea exit
    Reutersyesterday

    Union says it will strike if GM plans full South Korea exit

    General Motors' (GM.N) South Korean workers will go on a full strike if the U.S. automaker decides to completely pull out of the country, its union head told Reuters on Wednesday, adding he does not rule out the possibility GM might leave. For now, the 14,000-member union will focus on putting pressure on GM to come up with a concrete turnaround plan for its loss-making South Korean operations, Lim Han-taek, said in an interview. GM announced last week it would shut its plant in the city of Gunsan, in southwest South Korea, by May and decide the future of the remaining three plants in the country within weeks.