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Kia Motors Corp. (000270.KS)


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Previous close35,200.00
Open35,200.00
Bid35,200.00 x
Ask35,300.00 x
Day's range35,050.00 - 35,400.00
52-week range33,800.00 - 50,300.00
Volume919,240
Avg. volume898,167
Market cap14.09T
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
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  • Reuters6 days ago

    Kia Motors executive says to announce India car factory 'soon'

    South Korean carmaker Kia Motors Corp will announce a plan for its first factory in India "soon", vice chairman Lee Hyong-keun told reporters on Wednesday. The comment, made on the sidelines of the Shanghai auto show, came after Kia and affiliate Hyundai Motor Co suffered a March sales slump in China, their biggest market, attributed to a political standoff and rising competition from local brands. Kia said in a regulatory filing on Wednesday that the investment size for its India plant has not been decided.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Kia Motors executive says to announce India car factory "soon"

    South Korean carmaker Kia Motors Corp will announce a plan for its first factory in India "soon", vice chairman Lee Hyong-keun told reporters on Wednesday. The comment, made on the sidelines of the Shanghai auto show, came after Kia and affiliate Hyundai Motor Co suffered a March sales slump in China, their biggest market, attributed to a political standoff and rising competition from local brands. Kia said in a regulatory filing on Wednesday that the investment size for its India plant has not been decided.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Korea Inc's China troubles rattle local workers, suppliers

    BEIJING/SHANGHAI, April 11 (Reuters) - South Korean companies in China have been clobbered by Beijing's angry response to Seoul's decision to deploy a U.S. anti-missile system, but the boycotts and regulatory pressure on firms like Hyundai and Lotte are rebounding on their Chinese workers and suppliers. South Korean businesses are a major employer in China, with firms such as Hyundai Motor Co, smartphone manufacturer Samsung Electronics Co, and retail giant Lotte Group directly creating some 700,000 jobs in China, according to a Korea trade promotion agency, and there are many more down the supply chain.