HYMTF - Hyundai Motor Company

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Day's Range28.00 - 28.00
52 Week Range25.25 - 47.50
Volume314
Avg. Volume509
Market Cap25.529B
Beta (3Y Monthly)2.21
PE Ratio (TTM)7.35
EPS (TTM)3.81
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-29
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  • Moody's

    BAIC Inalfa HK Investment Co., Limited -- Moody's affirms Beijing Automotive Group's Baa2 ratings; revises outlook to negative

    Moody's Investors Service has affirmed the Baa2 issuer rating of Beijing Automotive Group Co., Ltd. (BAIC Group), and the Baa2 senior unsecured rating on the bonds issued by BAIC Inalfa HK Investment Co., Limited and guaranteed by BAIC Group. At the same time, Moody's has changed the outlook on the ratings above to negative from stable.

  • Hyundai Motor lays out U.S. recovery plan, places hope on new SUV models
    Reuters

    Hyundai Motor lays out U.S. recovery plan, places hope on new SUV models

    South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co laid out its U.S. sales turnaround plan on Monday with an expanded line-up of sport-utility vehicles (SUV), after posting its biggest quarterly profit jump in seven years. The automaker forecast its U.S. market share to begin rising again from this year, targeting a year-end share of 4.2% versus 3.9% last year, with sales of its upgraded Palisade SUV starting from the second half. It aims for a U.S. share of 5.2% by 2023.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Hyundai Motor lays out U.S. recovery plan, places hope on new SUV models

    South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co laid out its U.S. sales turnaround plan on Monday with an expanded line-up of sport-utility vehicles (SUV), after posting its biggest quarterly profit jump in seven years. The automaker forecast its U.S. market share to begin rising again from this year, targeting a year-end share of 4.2% versus 3.9% last year, with sales of its upgraded Palisade SUV starting from the second half. It aims for a U.S. share of 5.2% by 2023.

  • Benzinga

    Automakers Post Mixed June Sales Results; GM Eyes Potential Interest Rate Cut

    The big carmakers had mixed sales results in June, with the market showing continued demand for light trucks and SUVs, but declines in sales of passenger cars. The nameplates that have made a push into ...

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 5-U.S. June sales a mixed bag for automakers; SUVs, trucks still strong

    Major automakers on Tuesday posted mixed U.S. sales results for June and the second quarter, with demand still fairly strong for SUVs and pickup trucks while passenger car sales continued a long-running decline. In the pickup truck segment, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV's (FCA) Ram outsold General Motors Co's Chevrolet Silverado in the second quarter. The Silverado has long held second place behind Ford Motor Co's F-Series pickup trucks, with Ram often a distant third.

  • U.S. June sales a mixed bag for automakers; SUVs, trucks still strong
    Reuters

    U.S. June sales a mixed bag for automakers; SUVs, trucks still strong

    In the pickup truck segment, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV's (FCA) Ram outsold General Motors Co's Chevrolet Silverado in the second quarter. The Silverado has long held second place behind Ford Motor Co's F-Series pickup trucks, with Ram often a distant third.

  • U.S. June auto sales a mixed bag; SUVs, trucks still strong
    Reuters

    U.S. June auto sales a mixed bag; SUVs, trucks still strong

    In the pickup truck segment, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV's (FCA) Ram pickup outsold General Motors Co's Chevrolet Silverado in the second quarter. The Silverado has long held second place behind Ford Motor Co's F-Series pickup trucks, with Ram often a distant third.

  • Hyundai developing prototype EV on dedicated E-GMP platform
    Autoblog

    Hyundai developing prototype EV on dedicated E-GMP platform

    Business Korea reports that Hyundai is piecing together a prototype on the South Korean carmaker's Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP). Suppliers have been asked to provide parts, and according to "sources in the automobile industry," the first working example will be ready come this December. Part of Hyundai's assault on this year's Consumer Electronics Show was the Elevate "walking car" concept — a Transformer that turns into a "Star Wars" AT-AT.

  • 2020 Hyundai Palisade Second Drive Review | We finally try it on U.S. soil
    Autoblog

    2020 Hyundai Palisade Second Drive Review | We finally try it on U.S. soil

    COUER d'ALENE, Idaho — You're going to hear the name 2020 Hyundai Palisade a lot in future three-row family crossover reviews. As in, "This interior just doesn't have the premium feel of the Hyundai Palisade" or, "This is more expensive than the Palisade, but you get less equipment." That's what comes from creating such a well-rounded entry that checks just about every box for would-be buyers of three-row crossovers. Now, the Palisade may be new, but it's not like Hyundai has hit a home run in its first at-bat.

  • 2020 Kia Soul earns highest Top Safety Pick + rating from IIHS
    Autoblog

    2020 Kia Soul earns highest Top Safety Pick + rating from IIHS

    The completely redesigned 2020 Kia Soul has finally been crash tested by IIHS, and the results are quite good. The subcompact crossover earned the organization's highest rating of Top Safety Pick +, which topped the previous generation's plain Top Safety Pick rating. The main reason for the higher overall rating is because of an improved passenger-side small overlap crash test result.

  • 2019 Hyundai Tucson upgraded to an IIHS Top Safety Pick+
    Autoblog

    2019 Hyundai Tucson upgraded to an IIHS Top Safety Pick+

    The 2019 Hyundai Tucson compact crossover received a number of updates for the new model year. Each model year of Tucson has a number of slightly different headlight configurations, but the best possible headlights on the 2018 model were rated the second highest score of "Acceptable." The 2019 Tucson now has a couple of headlight configurations rated the highest score of "Good." This improvement was enough to give the Tucson the highest Top Safety Pick+ rating — at least those examples equipped with the best headlights. As for the rest of the Tucson's scores, it earns the "Good" rating in every single crash test, including the passenger-side small-offset crash.

  • Kia debuts the compact Seltos crossover in Delhi
    Autoblog

    Kia debuts the compact Seltos crossover in Delhi

    The Kia Seltos has had an unusual gestation, with two concepts, exterior sketches, interior sketches, an effective reveal during a photo shoot, a christening via mythology and more teasers. The overall lines are familiar, however, Kia designers have worked to make those lines lyric instead of prosaic. Kia says there will be an available eight-inch heads-up display on a glass panel behind the steering wheel.

  • 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Review and Buying Guide | Same sensibility, now more style
    Autoblog

    2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Review and Buying Guide | Same sensibility, now more style

    Driving a Santa Fe has never made much of a statement to the world beyond declaring your preference for respectable utility and excellent value. The 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe, by contrast, offers to do more thanks to a compelling redesign that includes a sleeker exterior and more visually interesting interior. Basically, you're less likely to say you chose a Santa Fe because you got a great price.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Hyundai and Kia to invest in self-driving startup Aurora

    Hyundai Motor Co said on Thursday it would invest in self-driving car software startup Aurora along with Kia Motors Corp to speed up development of autonomous vehicle technologies. "With the new investment, the companies have agreed to expand research to a wide range of models and to build an optimal platform for Hyundai and Kia's autonomous vehicles," Hyundai said.

  • Bloomberg

    Self-Drive Startup Gets Hyundai, Baillie Gifford Funding

    (Bloomberg) -- Aurora Innovation Inc., the self-driving technology startup known for its dream-team founders, said Wednesday that Hyundai Motor Group is part of a more than $600 million fundraising round, along with Baillie Gifford & Co., the top outside investor in Tesla Inc.The startup did not disclose the size of the investments by Hyundai and Baillie Gifford, but they are in addition to the $530 million in financing for its Series B round announced in February. Aurora raised $90 million in its Series A round last year, bringing the total financing to more than $700 million.Aurora already counted Hyundai Group units Hyundai Motor Co. and Kia Motors Corp. among its development partners, but the investment represents a deepening of those ties, which Hyundai said in a statement will “expand research to a wide range of vehicles.”James Anderson, a Baillie Gifford partner, said the U.K.-based asset manager knows and likes Aurora Chief Executive Officer Chris Urmson “and we think this is such an important but difficult area that we want fairly broad exposure.”This is the latest in a series of developments in recent days between Aurora and major automakers. Aurora and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said on June 10 they will join forces on driverless commercial vehicles in the U.S. market. A day later, Volkswagen AG said it had ended a partnership with Aurora in favor of collaborating on self-driving with Ford Motor Co.Other Series B investors include Sequoia Capital Operations, Amazon.com Inc. and T. Rowe Price Group Inc. Aurora has put some of that money to use recently by acquiring Blackmore Sensors & Analytics, a lidar startup based in Bozeman, Montana.Youngcho Chi, the Hyundai Group’s chief innovation officer, said the initiative with Aurora is part of the company’s efforts to commercialize autonomous models. “Working closely with industry leaders around the world will help us develop fully self-driving vehicles that are safe and innovative for our customers,” he said in a statement.(Adds comment from Baillie Gifford in fourth paragraph.)\--With assistance from Ed Hammond.To contact the reporter on this story: Dana Hull in San Francisco at dhull12@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Chester Dawson at cdawson54@bloomberg.net, Melinda GrenierFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Hyundai and Kia to invest in self-driving startup Aurora
    Reuters

    Hyundai and Kia to invest in self-driving startup Aurora

    "With the new investment, the companies have agreed to expand research to a wide range of models and to build an optimal platform for Hyundai and Kia's autonomous vehicles," Hyundai said. Aurora said in a blog post that Hyundai and Kia's investment is part of a series B financing round, which has now raised more than $600 million.