RNO.PA - Renault SA

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
54.58
-0.15 (-0.27%)
At close: 5:37PM CEST
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Previous Close54.73
Open54.76
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range54.40 - 55.39
52 Week Range49.85 - 82.05
Volume1,069,043
Avg. Volume1,522,337
Market Cap14.658B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.25
PE Ratio (TTM)4.50
EPS (TTM)12.13
Earnings DateJul 26, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield3.55 (6.49%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-18
1y Target Est84.17
  • Renault CEO Bollore has no plans to reduce Nissan stake
    Reuters8 hours ago

    Renault CEO Bollore has no plans to reduce Nissan stake

    Cutting its stake in alliance partner Nissan is not on Renault's agenda, the French carmaker's chief executive Thierry Bollore said on Wednesday after a global vehicle launch in New Delhi. Renault and Fiat Chrysler (FCA) are looking for ways to resuscitate a failed merger plan and secure Nissan's approval, Reuters reported this month. As part of the fallout of the collapse of talks, Nissan is poised to urge Renault to significantly cut its 43.4% stake in the Japanese carmaker, two people told Reuters.

  • Financial Times12 hours ago

    Waymo deal adds salve to fractured Renault-Nissan alliance

    Renault and Nissan have signed an exclusive deal with Waymo to develop self-driving transport services in Paris and Japan, in a show of unity for the shaky alliance between the two carmakers. The trio will develop services for transporting people and goods using Waymo’s self-driving technology that is currently being trialled in the US, incorporated into their vehicles. The FT reported on Wednesday that several key business divisions of the alliance have been dissolved as the two businesses drift further apart, undoing work by former leader Carlos Ghosn to try and make the alliance “irreversible”.

  • Financial Times17 hours ago

    Nissan agrees truce with Renault to settle governance spat

    Nissan and Renault are calling a truce in their governance dispute ahead of the Japanese carmaker’s pivotal shareholder meeting next week as the carmakers take the first steps towards repairing their fractious relationship. After a 10-day stand-off that some Nissan executives said privately was tantamount to “blackmail”, the Japanese group told its French alliance partner that it would offer several board committee seats to Renault’s chief executive, Thierry Bolloré, as part of a boardroom overhaul, according to people briefed on the talks.

  • Financial Times20 hours ago

    Renault-Nissan alliance crumbles with Carlos Ghosn gone

    Several of Renault and Nissan’s joint business functions are being quietly unwound, as the carmakers’ alliance crumbles in the absence of Carlos Ghosn, according to multiple current and former employees. Some departments overseeing joint functions within the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance are being axed, while others have received no new work in months. , as chairman of Nissan and chief executive of Renault, had pressed for their alliance to be made “irreversible”.

  • Nissan considers seats for top two Renault execs in new committees - Nikkei
    Reutersyesterday

    Nissan considers seats for top two Renault execs in new committees - Nikkei

    Reuters had reported last week that Nissan was considering having Renault executives as members of nomination, audit and compensation committees, after the French firm expressed discontent with Nissan's envisioned governance reform. Nissan is proposing an additional board committee possibly named "strategy committee", the Nikkei said https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Nissan-s-Ghosn-crisis/Nissan-offers-seats-to-Renault-s-top-2-in-new-governance-plan. The 20-year-old partnership was plunged into a crisis earlier this month, as the French automaker's demand for a greater say in Nissan's new governance system drew rare public censure by the Japanese firm.

  • Nissan considers seats for Renault chairman, CEO in new committees: Nikkei
    Reutersyesterday

    Nissan considers seats for Renault chairman, CEO in new committees: Nikkei

    Reuters reported last week that Nissan was considering having Renault executives as members of nomination, audit and compensation committees, after the French automaker expressed discontent with Nissan's envisioned governance reform. Nissan is proposing an additional board committee possibly named "strategy committee", the Nikkei said https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Nissan-s-Ghosn-crisis/Nissan-offers-seats-to-Renault-s-top-2-in-new-governance-plan. The 20-year-old partnership has been strained since former leader Carlos Ghosn was arrested for suspected financial misconduct in November.

  • GlobeNewswireyesterday

    Groupe Renault: Communication about availability – Renault sales for May 2019

    Communication about availability – Renault sales figures for May 2019 Boulogne, June 18, 2019 Renault announces that its sales figures report for May 2019 is now.

  • Motley Fool3 days ago

    Why The Fiat-Renault Merger Stalled

    Both companies seemed eager to join forces, and then the situation became much more complicated.

  • Nissan considers giving Renault some seats on oversight committees: source
    Reuters4 days ago

    Nissan considers giving Renault some seats on oversight committees: source

    Nissan Motor Co is considering giving its alliance partner Renault SA some seats on planned oversight committees after the French automaker expressed discontent with the envisioned governance reform, a source said. The two-decade-old partnership of Nissan and Renault was plunged into a crisis earlier this week, as the French automaker' s demand for a greater say in Nissan's new governance system drew rare public censure by the Japanese firm. Renault, which owns 43.4% of the Japanese firm, signalled it would block Nissan from formally adopting an overhauled governance structure at a June 25 shareholder meeting - unless Renault received representation on new Nissan committees.

  • Nissan considers giving Renault some seats on oversight committees - source
    Reuters4 days ago

    Nissan considers giving Renault some seats on oversight committees - source

    Nissan Motor Co is considering giving its alliance partner Renault SA some seats on planned oversight committees after the French automaker expressed discontent with the envisioned governance reform, a source said. The two-decade-old partnership of Nissan and Renault was plunged into a crisis earlier this week, as the French automaker's demand for a greater say in Nissan's new governance system drew rare public censure by the Japanese firm. Renault, which owns 43.4% of the Japanese firm, signaled it would block Nissan from formally adopting an overhauled governance structure at a June 25 shareholder meeting - unless Renault received representation on new Nissan committees.

  • GlobeNewswire5 days ago

    Groupe Renault: Information concerning the total number of voting rights and shares - May 2019

    Information concerning the total number of voting rights and shares, provided pursuant to article L. 233-8 II of the Code de commerce (the French Commercial Code) and.

  • Barrons.com5 days ago

    How Renault Got Run Over by a Shareholder Called the French Government

    The proposed tie-up between the French car maker and Fiat Chrysler had been discussed for weeks. Its collapse stemmed from the government’s reversion to its old habit of political posturing.

  • GlobeNewswire6 days ago

    Groupe Renault : Description of the share buyback program approved on June 12, 2019

    Description of the share buyback program approved on June 12, 2019 Company: RENAULT SA Category: Shares – code ISIN FR 0000131906 The Board of Directors held on June 12, 2019.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    UPDATE 1-France's Le Maire to meet Renault chairman, says Nissan alliance priority

    French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Thursday a Fiat Chrysler-Renault merger remained an "interesting opportunity" but added he would tell the French carmaker's chairman that strengthening the Renault-Nissan alliance was the priority. The French state is Renault's biggest shareholder and sources have said chairman Jean-Dominique Senard is furious over the government's interference at the carmaker after Fiat Chrysler (FCA) withdrew its offer for a 35 billion euro ($40 billion) merger with Renault. Le Maire said he would meet Senard later on Thursday, with the chairman's position seen weakened by the deal's collapse and the ensuing fallout with President Emmanuel Macron's government.

  • Renault's priority is to strengthen Nissan alliance: chairman
    Reuters7 days ago

    Renault's priority is to strengthen Nissan alliance: chairman

    Renault sees the strengthening of its Nissan alliance as a priority after a project to merge with Fiat Chrysler failed last week, the French car maker's chairman Jean-Dominique Senard said on Wednesday. "The priority now is to make the alliance successful, efficient and strong," Senard said during the company's shareholder meeting in Paris on Wednesday. Senard said a strengthening of the alliance would require efforts from both sides.

  • Exclusive: Renault chairman weakened as Macron snubs meeting - sources
    Reuters7 days ago

    Exclusive: Renault chairman weakened as Macron snubs meeting - sources

    French President Emmanuel Macron has turned down a request to meet Renault chairman Jean-Dominique Senard, who is furious over the government's interference at the carmaker, sources told Reuters, raising questions over Senard's future. News of the rebuff came as Renault shareholders voted on Wednesday to endorse Senard's January appointment to replace Carlos Ghosn, the ousted leader of the Renault-Nissan alliance. Senard, whose bid to merge with Fiat Chrysler (FCA) over Nissan's reservations was thwarted by French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire, unsuccessfully sought a meeting with Macron to appeal for his support, four government and company sources said.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    Renault chairman attacks French state for scuppering FCA deal

    Renault’s chairman sharply criticised the French government for scuppering merger talks with Fiat Chrysler, putting the carmaker at odds with its largest shareholder, as he vowed not to cede power to alliance partner Nissan during a robust shareholder meeting. Jean-Dominique Senard called the government’s decision to delay last Wednesday’s Renault vote on a proposed €33bn merger with the Italian-American carmaker “extremely unfortunate”. FCA withdrew the offer immediately after the French government, which owns 15 per cent of the carmaker, demanded a delay in the vote last Wednesday.

  • Renault push to block Nissan governance shift 'endangering' alliance: source
    Reuters7 days ago

    Renault push to block Nissan governance shift 'endangering' alliance: source

    Renault's recent push to block a governance overhaul at Nissan Motor Co has put the Franco-Japanese automaking alliance in jeopardy, a person familiar with Nissan's thinking told Reuters. The two-decade-old partnership of Renault SA and Nissan was plunged into fresh crisis this week after Renault signaled it would block its partner from adopting planned governance reforms unless the French automaker received more say in the new system. Nissan has publicly called that demand "most regrettable".