RNLSY - Renault SA

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13.46
+0.49 (+3.82%)
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Previous Close12.97
Open13.43
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range13.34 - 13.56
52 Week Range11.90 - 24.61
Volume49,118
Avg. Volume156,796
Market Cap18.727B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.15
PE Ratio (TTM)3.38
EPS (TTM)3.98
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.83 (6.51%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-22
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Renaults starts life after Ghosn with a cut to targets
    Reuters Videos2 days ago

    Renaults starts life after Ghosn with a cut to targets

    Renault presented its latest financial results Thursday, without former boss Carlos Ghosn. And it's starting life without him by cutting profit targets. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

  • The Wall Street Journal20 hours ago

    [$$] Nissan Enlisted Japanese Government to Fend Off Renault Merger

    Nissan executives initially asked Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, or METI, for help in fending off a proposal to merge the car makers that Mr. Ghosn was shepherding, the person said. The move threatened to backfire on the executives, however, when METI responded by drafting an agreement that would allow it to oversee the alliance talks, a role Nissan considered invasive, the person added. The account of government intervention shows the international tensions playing out just weeks before Nissan executives began investigating Mr. Ghosn, who was pushing for a closer combination.

  • Is Renault SA (EPA:RNO) Investing Effectively In Its Business?
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    Is Renault SA (EPA:RNO) Investing Effectively In Its Business?

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  • Reuters2 days ago

    Nissan and Renault reaffirm alliance, but avoid talk of Nissan chairmanship

    Top executives from Nissan and Renault on Thursday reaffirmed the importance of an alliance that has been pressured by the ousting of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn, but avoided discussing the potentially contentious issue of Nissan's next chairman. Speculation has swirled about the future of the alliance, and whether Senard himself would assume the chairmanship of the Japanese automaker. Some in Japan see the alliance as unequal.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi executives reaffirmed importance of alliance - Mitsubishi chief

    The chief executives of Japan's Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors met with the newly appointed chairman of Renault in Tokyo on Thursday and reaffirmed the importance of their three-way alliance, Mitsubishi CEO Osamu Masuko said. Masuko made the comments to reporters after what he said was a nearly two-hour meeting at a Tokyo hotel. Separately, Nissan Motor CEO Hiroto Saikawa told reporters that the issue of a merger between Nissan and Renault did not come up, nor did the issue of Nissan's chairmanship.

  • Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi executives reaffirmed importance of alliance: Mitsubishi chief
    Reuters2 days ago

    Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi executives reaffirmed importance of alliance: Mitsubishi chief

    The chief executives of Japan's Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors met with the newly appointed chairman of Renault in Tokyo on Thursday and reaffirmed the importance of their three-way alliance, Mitsubishi CEO Osamu Masuko said. Masuko made the comments to reporters after what he said was a nearly two-hour meeting at a Tokyo hotel. Separately, Nissan Motor CEO Hiroto Saikawa told reporters that the issue of a merger between Nissan and Renault did not come up, nor did the issue of Nissan's chairmanship.

  • Renault's revenue, net profit down in 2018
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Renault's revenue, net profit down in 2018

    PARIS (AP) — In its first results since the downfall of former chairman Carlos Ghosn, French carmaker Renault reported a 35 percent slump in profits last year and warned about the impact to business if Britain crashes out of the European Union next month without a deal.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] Renault seeks ‘irreversible’ Nissan alliance despite ‘mistrust’

    Renault has said it will work to overcome any “mistrust” between itself and Nissan caused by the downfall of former chief executive Carlos Ghosn and ensure the alliance between the two carmakers is “irreversible”. Speaking as Renault downgraded profit targets for the coming year because of weak annual sales, new chief executive Thierry Bolloré said that the arrest of Mr Ghosn in Japan in November on suspicion of misconduct had caused major “disturbances”.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] Renault Profit Slumps

    Renault said its 2018 net profit fell sharply to €3.30 billion, despite a significant contribution from Japanese partner Nissan, but maintained its dividend at the previous year’s level.

  • Renault Chairman: not time to discuss Nissan chairmanship - Jiji
    Reuters2 days ago

    Renault Chairman: not time to discuss Nissan chairmanship - Jiji

    Renault SA Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard, arriving in Japan for a meeting with Nissan Motor, said it was not yet time to discuss whether he would assume the chairmanship of the Japanese automaker, Jiji news agency reported on Thursday. Senard, who is expected to meet Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa and reaffirm an alliance rocked by the arrest and ouster of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn, also said he expected discussions to be amicable, according to the report. Senard was appointed chairman of the French automaker three weeks ago, and is also expected to be named to Nissan's board, given Renault's 43 percent stake in the Japanese firm.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] Carlos Ghosn Replaces Lawyers, Hires ‘the Razor’ to Lead Defense

    Former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn, facing trial in Japan on financial charges, replaced his legal team and brought in a lawyer noted for high-profile cases to lead his defense. The move follows a series of legal disappointments for Mr. Ghosn, who has been in a Tokyo jail for nearly three months and has had requests for release on bail rejected. In an emailed statement Wednesday, Mr. Ghosn said his decision to shake up his legal team was part of his preparation for trial.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Renault scraps Ghosn's €30 million parachute with government backing

    Renault (RENA.PA) said it had scrapped 30 million euros (£26.38 million) in deferred and severance pay to former boss Carlos Ghosn, forced out last month following his arrest for suspected financial misconduct at Japanese affiliate Nissan . The payout to Ghosn, who remains in a Japanese detention centre awaiting trial, was "subject to his presence within Renault", the company said in a statement. Ghosn, 64, was ousted as Nissan chairman soon after his November arrest, and has since been indicted along with Nissan and a fellow director for failing to disclose more than $80 million in 2010-18 compensation he had arranged to be paid later.

  • Renault scraps Ghosn's 30 million euro parachute with government backing
    Reuters3 days ago

    Renault scraps Ghosn's 30 million euro parachute with government backing

    Renault said it had scrapped 30 million euros ($34 million) in deferred and severance pay to former boss Carlos Ghosn, forced out last month following his arrest for suspected financial misconduct at Japanese affiliate Nissan. Backed by the French government, its biggest shareholder, the carmaker's board agreed on Wednesday to withdraw 25.9 million euros in deferred and performance pay for 2014-18 and waive a non-compete clause worth another 4-5 million euros, approving a proposal that had been reported earlier by Reuters. The payout to Ghosn, who remains in a Japanese detention center awaiting trial, was "subject to his presence within Renault", the company said in a statement.

  • Former Renault boss Ghosn loses millions in compensation
    Associated Press3 days ago

    Former Renault boss Ghosn loses millions in compensation

    PARIS (AP) — French car maker Renault won't pay former Chairman Carlos Ghosn millions of euros in compensation following his resignation.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] Carmaker Renault to strip Ghosn of €30m ‘golden parachute’

    Renault is set to cancel payouts worth up to €30m that could have been due to its former boss Carlos Ghosn, who remains behind bars in Japan on charges of financial misconduct. The board of the French carmaker will cancel some 460,000 deferred performance shares, worth about €26m at Wednesday’s prices, and a two year non-compete clause that could have been worth roughly €5m for Mr Ghosn. The Renault directors will confirm the decision after a board meeting on Wednesday afternoon.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] Japanese ‘attack’ exposes French unease over Ghosn

    goes to the heart of the crisis facing both the carmaker and the French government. and the refusal to release him on bail coincided with a plan to topple him and rebalance the Renault-dominated alliance in Nissan’s favour.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] France Pushed Nissan for a Renault Merger but Was Rebuffed

    PARIS—The French government held talks with Nissan Motor Co. in early 2018 about the possibility of a full-blown merger with Renault SA, but the Japanese auto maker countered with proposals to strengthen its hand within their existing partnership, according to a person familiar with the deliberations. The government’s proposal, and Nissan’s stiff opposition to the idea, demonstrated the stark differences between the French and Japanese sides over the future of the nearly 20-year-old car-making alliance between Nissan and Renault in the months before the surprise arrest of Carlos Ghosn. Mr. Ghosn forged that alliance and served as chairman of both companies before his detention by Japanese police in November.

  • Ghosn's Disputed Pay Triggers $83 Million Charge for Nissan
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Ghosn's Disputed Pay Triggers $83 Million Charge for Nissan

    Japan’s third-largest automaker by market value slashed its operating profit forecast to 450 billion yen ($4.1 billion), below the lowest of analysts’ estimates as sales in China and the U.S. continue to wane. The charge taken against the 64-year-old’s deferred remuneration is preliminary and may change depending on how the investigation into the alleged financial misconduct by Ghosn proceeds. The charge Nissan took could potentially bolster the case for Japanese prosecutors against the industry titan, who was arrested on Nov. 19 and has been in jail since.

  • TheStreet.com4 days ago

    Nissan Lowers Profit Forecast, Books $84 Million Charge Linked to Ghosn Salary

    lowered its full-year profit outlook Tuesday, citing consistently challenging market conditions, and said it booked an $84 million charge linked to the underreported salary of ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn. Japan's second-largest carmaker cut its full year profit forecast by around 16.6%, to 450 billion yen, even as it lowered its projection for the Japanese currency to 110.6 against the U.S. dollar. Nissan also lowered its full-year north American sales forecasts by around 5.6% to 1.916 million vehicles, a modestly larger reduction than the 5.4% cut it made to global sales, which it now sees at 5.925 million.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Ghosn Still Holds Roles At Renault

    Mr. Ghosn resigned as chairman and CEO following his arrest last year in Japan, where he is accused of underreporting his pay and other financial misconduct at alliance partner Nissan. Mr. Ghosn has denied the allegations. “Renault wishes to specify that Mr. Ghosn resigned from his terms of office as chairman of the board of directors and chief executive officer, but remains, as of the date hereof, director of Renault SA,” the company said.

  • Renault: Ghosn remains director of Renault, Bollore chairman of Renault-Nissan
    Reuters4 days ago

    Renault: Ghosn remains director of Renault, Bollore chairman of Renault-Nissan

    Carlos Ghosn remains a director of Renault SA even though he has resigned as chairman and chief executive and Thierry Bollore is now chairman of the Renault-Nissan BV holding company, Renault said on Tuesday. "In addition to the Board of Directors' communication of January 24, 2019, Renault wishes to specify that Mr. Ghosn resigned from his terms of office as Chairman of the Board ofDirectors and Chief Executive Officer, but remains, as of the date hereof, Director of Renault SA," the company said.