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Kia Motors Corp. (000270.KS)


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36,800.00+300.00 (+0.82%)
At close: 3:10PM KST
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Previous close36,500.00
Open36,500.00
Bid36,800.00 x
Ask36,850.00 x
Day's range36,450.00 - 37,250.00
52-week range33,800.00 - 45,100.00
Volume762,990
Avg. volume937,448
Market cap14.73T
Beta-0.10
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings date27 Jul 2017
Dividend & yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-dividend date2016-12-28
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters11 days ago

    Global automakers call on China to ease "impossible" electric car rules

    HAMBURG/SHANGHAI, July 14(Reuters) - Global automakers have urged China to delay and soften planned quotas for sales of electric and hybrid cars, saying its proposals will be impossible to meet and would severely disrupt their businesses, according to a letter seen by Reuters. The June 18 letter addressed to the head of China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, is the most cohesive pushback yet from the industry against ambitious targets for so-called new energy vehicles in the world's biggest auto market.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Foreign automakers call on China to soften electric car quotas

    Global automakers have urged China to delay and soften planned quotas for sales of electric and hybrid cars, saying the current proposals are impossible to meet and would cause big disruption to their businesses, according to a letter seen by Reuters. The letter, dated June 18 and addressed to China's Minister of Industry and Information Technology, Miao Wei, amounts to a protest against key elements of the country's new energy vehicles (NEVs) policy.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Foreign automakers call on China to soften electric car quotas

    Global automakers have urged China to delay and soften planned quotas for sales of electric and hybrid cars, saying the current proposals are impossible to meet and would cause big disruption to their businesses, according to a letter seen by Reuters. The letter, dated June 18 and addressed to China's Minister of Industry and Information Technology, Miao Wei, amounts to a protest against key elements of the country's new energy vehicles (NEVs) policy.