GM - General Motors Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
37.61
-0.16 (-0.42%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close37.77
Open37.75
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range37.35 - 38.01
52 Week Range31.92 - 46.76
Volume8,698,518
Avg. Volume12,995,196
Market Cap52.674B
Beta1.53
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.52 (3.91%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-03-08
1y Target EstN/A
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  • The Wall Street Journal10 hours ago

    Ford CEO's Cost-Cut Plan in Focus During Its Slump

    Jim Hackett is trying to make changes. But the auto maker is ‘burning a lot of cash in a lot of places,’ says one analyst.

  • MarketWatch12 hours ago

    GM shares won’t lag for long, Morgan Stanley says

    General Motors Co. is only “halfway done” making moves, and could surprise investors by taking more action to lift its lagging shares, analysts at Morgan Stanley said. GM “has a proven track record of acting urgently and strategically when share price has been depressed,” the analysts, led by Adam Jonas, said in a note Friday. GM (GM) has already shaken up things quite a bit in the last few months, focusing on trucks, selling its Europe business, and developing more expertise around electric and self-driving vehicles, they said.

  • TheStreet.com13 hours ago

    8 Bold Moves General Motors Could Make to Rev Up Its Battered Stock Price

    General Motors stock is stuck in the mud. Here are several bold moves management could make to awaken this slumbering beast.

  • South Korea will consider injecting funds into GM Korea for investment: Yonhap
    Reutersyesterday

    South Korea will consider injecting funds into GM Korea for investment: Yonhap

    South Korea's government will consider injecting fresh funds into the loss-making South Korean unit of General Motors Co , the Yonhap news agency reported on Saturday, citing the finance minister. The ...

  • Forbesyesterday

    Hyundai To Enter The Pickup Wars in 2020

    The Hyundai Santa Cruz will appear as a production vehicle for Hyundai in 2020. The Korean company has green-lighted the Santa Cruz design to be released by 2020. Hyundai, which changed management last year in the U.S., is trying to find a path to growth in the U.S. market, and is beefing up its utility vehicle offerings to get there.

  • FCA: Analysts Are Positive before Its 1Q18 Earnings Release
    Market Realistyesterday

    FCA: Analysts Are Positive before Its 1Q18 Earnings Release

    According to Reuters, of the 24 analysts covering Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) on April 18, 2018, 46% recommended “buy,” 42% recommended “hold,” and 12% recommended “sell.” As of April 18, Fiat Chrysler had a market capitalization of ~$24 billion, which was much lower than General Motors‘ (GM), Ford‘s (F), and Tesla’s (TSLA) market caps of $53 billion, $43 billion, and $50 billion, respectively. Analysts’ 12-month target price for Fiat Chrysler was $32.43, ~33.5% higher than its market price of $24.29.

  • What Analysts Expect for Fiat Chrysler’s 1Q18 Earnings
    Market Realistyesterday

    What Analysts Expect for Fiat Chrysler’s 1Q18 Earnings

    Previously in this series, we learned that Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) stock has outperformed peers and the broader market in 2018 so far. Investors’ high expectations for the company’s 1Q18 earnings could be another reason for its strong Wall Street performance. In this part, we’ll explore analysts’ estimates for its 1Q18 earnings and review its earnings in 4Q17.

  • How Fiat Chrysler Stock is Faring, Pre-1Q18 Earnings Release
    Market Realistyesterday

    How Fiat Chrysler Stock is Faring, Pre-1Q18 Earnings Release

    Italian-American auto giant Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) is scheduled to release its 1Q18 earnings on April 26. According to 2017 auto sales volumes, FCAU maintained its position as the fourth-largest US automaker after General Motors (GM), Ford (F), and Toyota (TM). Let’s look at its stock performance in April so far.

  • Reutersyesterday

    PSA union solidarity frays as Opel workers resist cuts

    FRANKFURT/PARIS, April 20 (Reuters) - Planned job cuts at carmaker Opel will save enough cash to meet owner PSA Group's turnaround targets, the works council chief said on Friday, as Opel workers' rejection of further concessions began to draw criticism from other PSA unions. PSA aims to eliminate 3,700 jobs under a programme of voluntary departures, with 2,000 candidates already identified, Wolfgang Schaefer-Klug said.

  • GM Korea delays vote on bankruptcy protection to Monday as talks fail
    Reutersyesterday

    GM Korea delays vote on bankruptcy protection to Monday as talks fail

    SEOUL/DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors' (GM.N) South Korean unit delayed a decision to file for bankruptcy protection until Monday afternoon, after the automaker failed to reach a wage deal with its labor union in time to meet a Friday deadline. The U.S. automaker shocked South Korea in February when it unveiled a major restructuring plan for its money-losing unit, which involved shuttering one of its four plants in the country and voluntary redundancies for 2,600 workers. GM has sought wage concessions from the union as well as government funding and incentives to save its remaining three South Korean factories.

  • Reutersyesterday

    GM Korea delays vote on bankruptcy protection to Monday as talks fail

    SEOUL/DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors' (GM.N) South Korean unit delayed a decision to file for bankruptcy protection until Monday afternoon, after the automaker failed to reach a wage deal with its labour union in time to meet a Friday deadline. The U.S. automaker shocked South Korea in February when it unveiled a major restructuring plan for its money-losing unit, which involved shuttering one of its four plants in the country and voluntary redundancies for 2,600 workers. GM has sought wage concessions from the union as well as government funding and incentives to save its remaining three South Korean factories.

  • Could Ford Stock Rally after its 1Q18 Earnings Release?
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Could Ford Stock Rally after its 1Q18 Earnings Release?

    On April 17, 2018, Ford (F) stock was trading at $11.38. Since posting a 52-week low of $10.14 on March 2, 2018, the company’s stock has recovered ~12.2%. Ford stock stayed below a downward sloping trendline for two years until September 2017, when it violated the trendline, reflecting a gradual positive shift. Let’s look at some key support and resistance areas in Ford stock ahead of its 1Q18 earnings event.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    GM Korea's board delays decision on bankruptcy filing to Monday - sources

    SEOUL (Reuters) - The board of General Motors' (GM.N) South Korean unit delayed its decision on filing for court-led rehabilitation proceedings to Monday, said two sources familiar with the situation. ...

  • GM Korea's board delays decision on bankruptcy filing to Monday: sources
    Reuters2 days ago

    GM Korea's board delays decision on bankruptcy filing to Monday: sources

    The board of General Motors' South Korean unit delayed its decision on filing for court-led rehabilitation proceedings to Monday, said two sources familiar with the situation. GM Korea was not immediately ...

  • Reuters2 days ago

    GM Korea's board delays decision on bankruptcy filing to Monday - sources

    The board of General Motors' South Korean unit delayed its decision on filing for court-led rehabilitation proceedings to Monday, said two sources familiar with the situation. GM Korea was not immediately ...

  • How Ford’s Valuation Compares
    Market Realist2 days ago

    How Ford’s Valuation Compares

    As of April 17, 2018, Ford’s (F) forward EV-to-EBITDA (enterprise value to earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization) ratio was 13.3x. The ratio, which has inched up over the last few quarters, is higher than many competitors’. General Motors’ (GM) and Fiat Chrysler’s (FCAU) forward EV-to-EBITDA ratios were 7.1x and 2.4x, respectively.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    GM Korea, union will continue talks until Monday afternoon - union official

    General Motors' (GM.N) South Korean unit and its labour union plan to continue talks until 5 p.m. Seoul time on Monday, a union official said in a text message, amid the move by the U.S. automaker to seek bankruptcy for the loss-making unit. GM Korea and its labour union failed to reach a wage deal by the Friday deadline. GM Korea had said it would likely file for court receivership if the deadline passes without a deal.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] S Korea offers GM $470m to stay in country as bankruptcy looms

    The South Korean government has offered Won500bn ($470m) to GM to keep the US auto group in the country, as it hits its Friday deadline for deciding whether to wind down its Korean operations. However, ...

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Explainer: As GM mulls options for unit, how does bankruptcy work in S.Korea?

    General Motors has said its loss-making South Korean operation would file for bankruptcy if its union failed to agree to cut labour costs by Friday, heaping pressure on workers and the South Korean government to approve a rescue plan. The Detroit carmaker said in February it would shut one of its four factories in South Korea, and asked for government support and union concessions to stay in the country. GM has warned that it would file for bankruptcy if there isn't a restructuring deal by Friday, as the Korean operation is running out of cash to pay employees and suppliers amid slumping sales.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    As GM mulls options for unit, how does bankruptcy work in South Korea?

    General Motors (GM.N) has said its loss-making South Korean operation would file for bankruptcy if its union failed to agree to cut labour costs by Friday, heaping pressure on workers and the South Korean government to approve a rescue plan. The Detroit carmaker said in February it would shut one of its four factories in South Korea, and asked for government support and union concessions to stay in the country. GM has warned that it would file for bankruptcy if there isn't a restructuring deal by Friday, as the Korean operation is running out of cash to pay employees and suppliers amid slumping sales.

  • Walmart just liberated its employees from khakis
    Quartz2 days ago

    Walmart just liberated its employees from khakis

    Walmart, the world’s biggest company by revenue, employs one in 10 US retail workers, and one out of every 100 US private-sector employees. That’s a lot of human beings—and a lot of pairs of khakis. Until recently, all of Walmart’s 1.5 million store employees in the US were required a blue or white collared shirt,…

  • 2019 Chevy Corvette ZR1 will pace the Indy 500
    Autoblog2 days ago

    2019 Chevy Corvette ZR1 will pace the Indy 500

    The Indianapolis 500 is getting back-to-back Corvette pace cars. After a Corvette Grand Sport led the pack last year, a Corvette ZR1 will lead this year. The ZR1's participation means that it will be the 15th Corvette to pace the Indy 500. It will also be the 29th Chevy to do so.

  • Investopedia2 days ago

    Is Tesla Too Big to Fail'? Morgan Stanley Says Yes

    Morgan Stanley views Tesla's next three months as a critical time for the EV automaker.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Opel labour leaders fear Eisenach plant workforce could halve

    HAMBURG/FRANKFURT, April 19 (Reuters) - German labour leaders fear Opel's Eisenach factory could lose half its 1,800 workforce unless a deal is struck with owner PSA Group over working conditions, amid escalating tensions between German union IG Metall and Opel's management. Opel's German sites have been excluded from PSA's sweeping investment plans in Europe because Opel's management wants concessions to raise the plant's profitability as a precondition for getting more production allocated to the Eisenach plant.

  • Analysis: Peugeot boss faces toughest adversary yet in IG Metall
    Reuters2 days ago

    Analysis: Peugeot boss faces toughest adversary yet in IG Metall

    PARIS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - PSA Group boss Carlos Tavares, whose career has seen him thrash out margin-boosting labour deals for two carmakers in several countries, is now taking on Germany's IG Metall union, which has been the undoing of many a cost cutter. Under Tavares, a former Renault executive, the Peugeot maker is demanding pay curbs and other concessions from workers at Opel, the loss-making German carmaker it bought from General Motors last year, in return for new investment. Chancellor Angela Merkel intervened publicly on Wednesday, saying PSA must honour commitments made prior to the acquisition - when Tavares told German leaders there were no plans for plant closures or compulsory layoffs.