NSANY - Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

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11.48
+0.12 (+1.06%)
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Previous Close11.36
Open11.77
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range11.45 - 11.77
52 Week Range11.16 - 17.39
Volume151,004
Avg. Volume112,669
Market Cap22.5B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.15
PE Ratio (TTM)3.45
EPS (TTM)3.33
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.36 (3.21%)
Ex-Dividend DateSep 24, 2019
1y Target Est11.83
  • Nissan (NSANY) Recalls 346K Vehicles Over Takata Airbag Defect
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    Nissan (NSANY) Recalls 346K Vehicles Over Takata Airbag Defect

    Nissan (NSANY) recalls 346,000 vehicles across the globe to replace dangerous Takata airbag inflators that can explode and hurl shrapnel.

  • Barrons.com

    Carlos Ghosn’s Travails Are Just Another Reason to Doubt Japan’s Corporate Turnaround

    Carlos Ghosn’s saga could see few foreigners willing to take up positions in Japanese companies, top-level recruitment executives and analysts say.

  • 240Z inspires next Nissan Z styling, packs twin-turbo V6
    Autoblog

    240Z inspires next Nissan Z styling, packs twin-turbo V6

    Nissan is reportedly hard at work on the next-generation of its legendary Z car (although the company won’t explicitly confirm), and we’re hearing it will have a familiar look. On the inside, Nissan is finally going to move the Z into the new age. The 370Z doesn’t even have a modern infotainment system today — where one might expect a screen, Nissan instead has a storage cubby.

  • Ghosn’s lawyer quits after his client fled to Lebanon
    MarketWatch

    Ghosn’s lawyer quits after his client fled to Lebanon

    The lawyer, Junichiro Hironaka, is respected for winning high-profile cases in Japan where the conviction rate is higher than 99%.

  • Carlos Ghosn's lawyers in Japan quit after client's flight to Lebanon
    Autoblog

    Carlos Ghosn's lawyers in Japan quit after client's flight to Lebanon

    Japanese attorneys representing Carlos Ghosn, including lead lawyer Junichiro Hironaka, quit on Thursday following the former Nissan chief’s flight to Lebanon from Japan, where he had been fighting financial misconduct charges. Hironaka had been representing Ghosn in his defense against financial misconduct charges. A second lawyer in Ghosn’s three-person legal team, Takashi Takano, also quit on Thursday, according to an official at his office.

  • Renault chairman dismisses reports Nissan wants to split from alliance
    Autoblog

    Renault chairman dismisses reports Nissan wants to split from alliance

    Renault Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard said on Thursday there was a "real desire" within the top ranks of both companies for its alliance with Nissan to succeed, dismissing suggestions the partnership was on the rocks. Turmoil within the Franco-Japanese alliance, long dogged by internal rivalries, deepened following the November 2018 arrest in Tokyo of its architect and long-time boss Carlos Ghosn on charges of financial crimes, which he denies. Attempts to restore calm were dealt a fresh blow by Ghosn's dramatic flight from Japanese justice and a series of no-holds-barred allegations he has made from his refuge in Lebanon, including that he was the victim of a plot to oust him and that the alliance is now a "masquerade".

  • Renault, Nissan share 'real desire' to make alliance work: chairman
    Reuters

    Renault, Nissan share 'real desire' to make alliance work: chairman

    Renault Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard said on Thursday there was a "real desire" within the top ranks of both companies for its alliance with Nissan to succeed, dismissing suggestions the partnership was on the rocks. Turmoil within the Franco-Japanese alliance, long dogged by internal rivalries, deepened following the November 2018 arrest in Tokyo of its architect and long-time boss Carlos Ghosn on charges of financial crimes, which he denies. Attempts to restore calm were dealt a fresh blow by Ghosn's dramatic flight from Japanese justice and a series of no-holds-barred allegations he has made from his refuge in Lebanon, including that he was the victim of a plot to oust him and that the alliance is now a "masquerade".

  • Carlos Ghosn's Japanese lawyers quit after former Nissan chief absconds
    Reuters

    Carlos Ghosn's Japanese lawyers quit after former Nissan chief absconds

    Japanese attorneys representing Carlos Ghosn, including lead lawyer Junichiro Hironaka, quit on Thursday following the former Nissan chief's flight to Lebanon from Japan, where he had been fighting financial misconduct charges. In an emailed statement, Hironaka said everyone involved in the case at his practice had resigned. A second lawyer in Ghosn's three-person legal team, Takashi Takano, also quit on Thursday, according to an official at his office.

  • Nissan adds over 300,000 cars to Takata recall list
    MarketWatch

    Nissan adds over 300,000 cars to Takata recall list

    Cars made by Audi, BMW, Honda, Daimler Vans, Fiat Chrysler, Ferrari, Ford, General Motors, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota and Volkswagen could be affected by the recall.

  • Financial Times

    Ghosn’s escape puts Japan justice system in a tight spot

    Carlos Ghosn’s freewheeling press conference has put Japan on the back foot. from Tokyo to Beirut, the former Nissan chairman told a global audience that he was an “easy target” for Japan’s justice system because he was a foreigner. The implications for Japan of the accusation are serious.

  • Maybe a Nissan-Honda Tieup Isn’t So Unthinkable After All
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    Maybe a Nissan-Honda Tieup Isn’t So Unthinkable After All

    (Bloomberg) -- A Nissan Motor Co. alliance with Honda Motor Co. “feels a little wrong” but shouldn’t be out of the question if the embattled automaker ends up severing ties with Renault SA, according to LightStream Research analyst Mio Kato.Such a tie-up could appeal given the threat of Toyota Motor Corp., which has brought many smaller Japanese automakers like Mazda Motor Corp., Suzuki Motor Corp. and Subaru Corp. into its fold, Kato wrote in a note available on SmartKarma.“Honda has never been one to engage in aggressive M&A and a merger between Honda and Nissan should be unthinkable, but with Toyota’s increasing competitiveness we feel that if Nissan desired an alliance partner to replace Renault, Honda may not be entirely against the idea,” Kato said.Nissan denied reports earlier this week that it was considering ending its alliance with Renault, which has been shaken by the dramatic escape of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn from trial in Japan. It referred to the Renault alliance as a “source of Nissan’s competitiveness.”Nissan declined to comment on the report in SmartKarma and referred queries to its previous statements about its alliance with Renault. A representative for Honda said no steps, such as a capital alliance or merger, were under consideration.Kato said carmakers will be inclined to seek partnerships given their investment burden over the new few years. He suggested that the auto industry in Japan could ultimately be split into two giant groups.Replacing Renault with Honda in the alliance would raise unit volumes to about 12 million units a year from under 11 million units and improve product mix, given that Honda produces larger vehicles than Renault, according to Kato.“Nissan does have attractive possibilities to dangle in front of potential suitors and Toyota’s relentless march forward could necessitate drastic change for those on the outside in Japan,” he wrote.To contact the reporters on this story: Min Jeong Lee in Tokyo at mlee754@bloomberg.net;Tsuyoshi Inajima in Tokyo at tinajima@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Lianting Tu at ltu4@bloomberg.net, ;Young-Sam Cho at ycho2@bloomberg.net, Will DaviesFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Ghosn says French envoy told him Nissan was turning against him
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    Ghosn says French envoy told him Nissan was turning against him

    Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, speaking in Beirut after his dramatic escape from Japanese justice, said on Tuesday that the French ambassador had warned him shortly after his arrest that his own company was plotting against him. "Frankly, I was shocked by the arrest and the first thing I asked is make sure Nissan knows so they can send me a lawyer," Ghosn told Reuters in an interview in Beirut. Former Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa, who was forced to resign last year after admitting that he had received improper compensation, told a news conference hours after Ghosn's arrest that Ghosn had been using corporate money for personal purposes and under-reporting his income for years.

  • Ghosn says French ambassador told him: 'Nissan is turning against you'
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    Ghosn says French ambassador told him: 'Nissan is turning against you'

    Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn said on Tuesday that the French ambassador had warned him shortly after his arrest that his own company was plotting against him. "Frankly, I was shocked by the arrest, and the first thing I asked is make sure Nissan knows so they can send me a lawyer," Ghosn told Reuters in an interview in Beirut. Former Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa, who was forced to resign last year after admitting that he had received improper compensation, told a news conference shortly after Ghosn's arrest that Ghosn had been using corporate money for personal purposes and under-reporting his income for years.

  • A redesigned Nissan Frontier is coming: Here’s what to expect
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    A redesigned Nissan Frontier is coming: Here’s what to expect

    The next-generation Nissan Frontier is poised to arrive in 2021, and through interviews with multiple sources we’ve been able to piece together a picture of what’s in store. Yes, Nissan has neglected its midsize pickup, and today, the company markets the Frontier as a value proposition. Nissan wants and should strive for more, says Stephanie Brinley, principal automotive analyst at IHS Markit.

  • Renault, Nissan attempt to calm rumors of impending split
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    Renault, Nissan attempt to calm rumors of impending split

    TOKYO/PARIS — Shares in Renault recovered some lost ground on Tuesday after the French carmaker and its Japanese partner Nissan rejected media reports that their alliance was in danger of being dissolved. Some have openly questioned whether the alliance can survive without disgraced former CEO Carlos Ghosn to keep the two partners happy. Renault shares fell to a six-year low on Monday after rumors circulated that its alliance with Nissan was in jeopardy.

  • Renault, Nissan say alliance not headed for break-up
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    Renault, Nissan say alliance not headed for break-up

    TOKYO/PARIS (Reuters) - Shares in Renault recovered some lost ground on Tuesday after the French carmaker and its Japanese partner Nissan Motor rejected media reports that their alliance was in danger of being dissolved. Growing concerns about the state of the 20-year old French-Japanese alliance, forged by former boss turned fugitive Carlos Ghosn, had sent Renault and Nissan shares skidding to multi-year lows on Monday. At the opening of trading in Paris on Tuesday, Renault shares rose 1.3 percent, before falling back slightly to trade up 0.49 percent by 08:23 GMT.

  • Ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's lawyer Hironaka resigns
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    Ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's lawyer Hironaka resigns

    Japanese lawyers representing Carlos Ghosn have quit. Lead lawyer Junichiro Hironaka said on Thursday that everyone involved in the case at his practice had resigned. The attorney previously expressed disappointment at his client's decision to abscond, and said he would quit once Ghosn had settled his account. A second lawyer in Ghosn's three-person legal team, also quit on Thursday, according to an official at his office. Former Nissan chief Ghosn fled from Tokyo last month, where he had been fighting financial misconduct charges. He told Reuters on Wednesday that he was treated with "brutality" during his detention and bail in Japan. Japan has issued international wanted notices for Ghosn and his wife, meaning the two will live in Lebanon as fugitives. Also on Thursday, Renault Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard said there was a "real desire" at the helm of the carmaker's alliance with Nissan to make it a success He's seeking to dispel suggestions the partnership might be on the rocks. The Franco-Japanese alliance was thrown into turmoil by Ghosn's 2018 arrest Attempts to restore calm have recently been thwarted by allegations from Ghosn, that he was the victim of a plot to oust him and that the alliance is now a "masquerade".

  • Ghosn says he was warned of 'inside plot'
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    Ghosn says he was warned of 'inside plot'

    Carlos Ghosn, the former Nissan boss who escaped justice in Japan told Reuters this week a French ambassador tipped him off, saying Ghosn's own company was plotting against him. In an extensive interview in his Beirut home on Tuesday (14 January 2020), Ghosn recalled what happened 24 hours after his arrest in November 2018. (SOUNDBITE) (English) EX-NISSAN CHIEF, CARLOS GHOSN, SAYING: "Frankly, I was shocked by the motive of the arrest and the first thing I asked is make sure Nissan knows about it so they can send me a lawyer. And the second day, 24 hours from this, I received a visit from the French ambassador. And the French ambassador told me: 'Nissan is turning against you'. And this is where I realised that the whole thing was a plot." Former Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa, said he felt disappointed after his ex-boss fled Japan last month, Ghosn faced allegations of misusing company funds. (SOUNDBITE) (Japanese) FORMER NISSAN CHIEF EXECUTIVE, HIROTO SAIKAWA, SAYING: "He (Ghosn) was my trusted boss and we were heavily betrayed by him once. And this time I feel I have been greatly betrayed by him for the second time." Saikawa was forced to resign last year after admitting that he had received improper compensation. He denies the allegation by Ghosn that the ouster of his former boss was a "coup". Ghosn was widely respected for rescuing the carmaker from near-bankruptcy. It has put Japan's criminal justice system under international scrutiny. Concerns have focused on long detention periods and keeping defense lawyers out of interrogations, which can last eight hours a day.

  • Ghosn says French envoy told him of inside plot
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    Ghosn says French envoy told him of inside plot

    "Frankly, I was shocked by the motive of the arrest and the first thing I asked is make sure Nissan knows so they can send me a lawyer." Ghosn told Reuters in a Tuesday (January 14) interview in Beirut. "And the second day, 24 hours from this, I received a visit from the French ambassador. And the French ambassador told me: 'Nissan is turning against you'. And this is where I realised that the whole thing was a plot." Former Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa, who was forced to resign last year after admitting that he had received improper compensation, told a news conference shortly after Ghosn's arrest that the ex-Nissan boss had been using corporate money for personal purposes and under-reporting his income for years. The arrest of Ghosn, widely respected for rescuing the carmaker from near-bankruptcy, has put Japan's criminal justice system under international scrutiny. Among the practices now under the spotlight are keeping suspects in detention for long periods and excluding defence lawyers from interrogations, which can last eight hours a day. Ghosn, 65, fled Japan last month while awaiting trial on charges of under-reporting earnings, breach of trust and misappropriation of company funds, all of which he denies.