|Bid||151,500.00 x 0|
|Ask||152,000.00 x 0|
|Day's range||150,500.00 - 152,500.00|
|52-week range||129,000.00 - 173,000.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||26 Oct 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Hyundai's Shopper Assurance is meant to tackle some of the biggest complaints that consumers have about the car-buying process --and turn them into a promise that Hyundai has listened to them and has elevated the experience accordingly.
PARIS (Reuters) - French carmaker PSA Group (PEUP.PA) and U.S. competitor Ford (F.N) led a 2 percent decline in European car sales last month, according to industry data published on Tuesday. September ...
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea and China have agreed to extend their currency swap deal, Seoul said Friday, easing concerns the deal would fall through due to tensions over a U.S. missile defense system.
Hyundai Motor, aiming to shake up the way its dealers sell cars, will now offer to conduct test drives at a person’s home or at a location of their choosing and sell its cars with a rare three-day money ...
Hyundai Motor Co., mired in a sales slump, is turning on the charm offensive to combat decades of buyer frustration at America’s car dealers.
A spin-off is the option favoured by Fiat Chrysler (FCA) Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne to unlock value from components maker Magneti Marelli, he said on Monday. Marchionne said in July that FCA was working on a plan to streamline its portfolio and that components businesses, including Magneti Marelli, would be taken out. Any separation of Magneti Marelli - which makes components for lighting, engines, electronics, suspension and exhausts - would also help boost FCA's finances at a time when it is aiming to become cash-positive by the end of 2018.
South Korean auto giant Hyundai Motor says that fresh changes to India's new national tax had shaken industry confidence in the country
India's cabinet on Wednesday approved raising the maximum levy on luxury cars and sports utility vehicles (SUVs), drawing criticism from several car makers. Rahil Ansari, India head of German luxury car maker Audi , said the move could lead to a double-digit dip in sales and force the company to rethink its plans for the country.
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.
The world's four biggest automotive industry associations have written to China's government to demand it change its plans for strict sales quotas for electrically powered vehicles, German weekly magazine WirtschaftsWoche reported, citing the letter. The associations, based in Europe, the United States, Japan and South Korea and representing around 70 percent of global car production, also called for the quotas to be postponed by at least one to three years, the magazine said on Thursday. China last month upheld the sales quotas for electric cars in draft regulation, ignoring concessions that had been agreed between Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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An autonomous vehicle by South Korean carmaker Hyundai Motor is seen displayed at the 17th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition, on April 24, 2017
Tens of thousands of workers Hyundai Motor's plants in South Korea staged strikes for several weeks from July to October demanding higher wages
Oct.03 -- Toyota posted a 15 percent jump last month and trailed only GM in sales volume. Honda and Nissan also posted sales that beat expectations while Hyundai Motor's declined. Bloomberg's Dave McCombs reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."