005380.KS - Hyundai Motor Company

KSE - KSE Delayed price. Currency in KRW
124,000.00
-2,500.00 (-1.98%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous close126,500.00
Open127,000.00
Bid124,000.00 x 0
Ask124,500.00 x 0
Day's range124,000.00 - 128,500.00
52-week range118,000.00 - 167,500.00
Volume304,943
Avg. volume531,584
Market cap25.675T
Beta1.14
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings date24 Apr 2018 - 30 Apr 2018
Forward dividend & yield4,000.00 (3.24%)
Ex-dividend date2017-12-27
1y target est166,293.00
  • Correction: US-China Tariffs-The Latest story
    Associated Press5 days ago

    Correction: US-China Tariffs-The Latest story

    BEIJING (AP) — In a story July 12 about the latest developments in the U.S.-China trade war, The Associated Press erroneously reported that 200,000 jobs at an Alabama Hyundai plant could be jeopardized if the U.S. imposes higher auto tariffs. The plant employs 3,500 people.

  • Correction: US-China Tariffs story
    Associated Press5 days ago

    Correction: US-China Tariffs story

    BEIJING (AP) — In a story July 12 about the U.S.-China trade war, The Associated Press erroneously reported that 20,000 jobs at an Alabama Hyundai plant could be at risk if the U.S. imposes higher auto tariffs. The plant employs 3,500 people.

  • Associated Press5 days ago

    AP Top Extended Financial Headlines at 11:57 p.m. EDT

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  • Reuters5 days ago

    EU, Mexico, Volkswagen among those to testify at U.S. import tariff hearing

    The European Union, Japan, Canada, Mexico, along with automotive trade groups, Volkswagen AG, and the United Auto Workers union are among those scheduled to testify at a July 19 hearing on the Trump administration's investigation into whether imported autos and parts pose a national security threat, according to a document seen Thursday by Reuters. The U.S. Commerce Department in May launched an investigation into whether imported vehicles pose a national security threat.

  • Business Insider UK6 days ago

    Hyundai Motor union warns auto tariffs could hurt US jobs

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Hyundai Motor Co.'s labor union says steep auto tariffs could cost U.S. jobs.

  • Business Insider UK6 days ago

    Hyundai Motor union warns auto tariffs could hurt US jobs

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Hyundai Motor Co.'s labor union says steep auto tariffs could cost U.S. jobs.

  • WABCO (WBC) Signs Deal With Hyundai to Offer Air Disc Brakes
    Zacks9 days ago

    WABCO (WBC) Signs Deal With Hyundai to Offer Air Disc Brakes

    WABCO (WBC) lands a contract to supply single-piston air disc brakes for Hyundai's new range of medium-duty trucks.

  • Asia's Vulnerability to U.S. Car Tariffs in Five Easy Pieces
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    Asia's Vulnerability to U.S. Car Tariffs in Five Easy Pieces

    Japan and South Korea are pushing back against the risk of U.S. restrictions on auto imports, with both governments and their biggest carmakers warning of damage to the industry on both sides of the Pacific. Japan shipped almost $50 billion of autos and auto parts to the U.S. in 2017, while Korea exported more than $20 billion, according to the two governments. Meanwhile, Japanese companies make as many as 3.8 million cars each year in the U.S. while Korea’s Hyundai Motor Co. says it’s invested almost $8.3 billion there.

  • Brakes seen on Russian car market recovery after VAT hike
    Reuters14 days ago

    Brakes seen on Russian car market recovery after VAT hike

    The Russian government's plan to increase value added tax to compensate for President Vladimir Putin's ambitious new economic goals is set to hit car sales which have only just started to recover from four years of stagnation, sellers say. On Tuesday, lawmakers backed a proposal to raise VAT by 2 percentage points to 20 percent from next year, aiming to raise an additional 600 billion roubles (7.18 billion pounds) per year to pay for new roads and other projects ordered by Putin. The increase in VAT will lead to higher car prices, hitting demand and sales, car makers and dealers say, with hopes for recovery in the industry waning.

  • Hyundai invests in Israeli auto tech firm Autotalks
    Reuters15 days ago

    Hyundai invests in Israeli auto tech firm Autotalks

    Hyundai Motor Co said on Tuesday it was partnering with Autotalks, an Israeli provider of vehicle to everything (V2X) communication technology for improving road safety. Hyundai said it invested in Autotalks to accelerate the development of the next generation chipset for connected cars. The South Korean carmaker did not disclose the size of the investment but an Israeli industry source said it was several million dollars.

  • Hyundai invests in Israeli auto tech firm Autotalks
    Reuters15 days ago

    Hyundai invests in Israeli auto tech firm Autotalks

    Hyundai Motor Co said on Tuesday it was partnering with Autotalks, an Israeli provider of vehicle to everything (V2X) communication technology for improving road safety. Hyundai said it invested in Autotalks to accelerate the development of the next generation chipset for connected cars. The South Korean carmaker did not disclose the size of the investment but an Israeli industry source said it was several million dollars.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Hyundai Motor's union votes to strike after wage talks fail

    Hyundai Motor's unionised workers in South Korea voted on Tuesday to strike over stalled wage talks, adding to the woes of the automaker that is bracing for potential new U.S. tariffs amid falling profits. Its shares slid to eight-year lows after the union, which has voted to strike every year for the past six years, said on Monday that nearly three-fourths of its 44,782 voters voted in favour of the strike action. "We have not been able to narrow differences in key issues, making it difficult to reach a preliminary (wage) deal easily," the union said in a statement.

  • Hyundai Motor's union votes to strike after wage talks fail
    Reuters15 days ago

    Hyundai Motor's union votes to strike after wage talks fail

    Hyundai Motor's unionized workers in South Korea voted on Tuesday to strike over stalled wage talks, adding to the woes of the automaker that is bracing for potential new U.S. tariffs amid falling profits. Its shares slid to eight-year lows after the union, which has voted to strike every year for the past six years, said on Monday that nearly three-fourths of its 44,782 voters voted in favor of the strike action. "We have not been able to narrow differences in key issues, making it difficult to reach a preliminary (wage) deal easily," the union said in a statement.

  • Hyundai Motor's S.Korean union votes to strike for 7th year in a row
    Reuters16 days ago

    Hyundai Motor's S.Korean union votes to strike for 7th year in a row

    Hyundai Motor's unionised workers in South Korea voted to go on strike over stalled wage talks, adding to the automaker's troubles as it grapples with dwindling profits. The union, which has voted to strike ...

  • South Korea's Hyundai says U.S. car tariffs would harm security ties over North Korea
    Reuters16 days ago

    South Korea's Hyundai says U.S. car tariffs would harm security ties over North Korea

    Hyundai Motor cautioned the U.S. administration that imposing up to 25 percent tariffs on imported vehicles from South Korea would hurt a security alliance between the two countries over North Korea's nuclear ambitions. The tariffs would hike production costs at Hyundai's U.S. factory by about 10 percent and "jeopardize" its U.S. investment plan, the top South Korean automaker said, echoing sentiments of other global carmakers such as BMW (BMWG.DE).

  • South Korea's Hyundai says U.S. car tariffs would harm security ties over North Korea
    Reuters16 days ago

    South Korea's Hyundai says U.S. car tariffs would harm security ties over North Korea

    Hyundai Motor cautioned the U.S. administration that imposing up to 25 percent tariffs on imported vehicles from South Korea would hurt a security alliance between the two countries over North Korea's nuclear ambitions. The tariffs would hike production costs at Hyundai's U.S. factory by about 10 percent and "jeopardise" its U.S. investment plan, the top South Korean automaker said, echoing sentiments of other global carmakers such as BMW (BMWG.DE).

  • Car Companies, Parts Makers Urge U.S. to Abandon Tariff Plan
    Bloomberg17 days ago

    Car Companies, Parts Makers Urge U.S. to Abandon Tariff Plan

    Canadian auto parts maker Magna International Inc. has joined a chorus of automotive companies urging the U.S. not to impose tariffs on their products. The proposed tariffs would negatively affect both the U.S. and Canada, cut jobs, and raise prices for consumers, Magna, among the the largest automotive suppliers in the U.S., said in a letter to U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross dated June 29 and posted online. “Tariffs or other trade barriers on imported automobiles and/or automotive parts would weaken the U.S. economy and threaten to undermine the entire U.S. automotive industry,” wrote James Tobin, Magna’s chief marketing officer.

  • Hyundai Warns U.S. Auto Tariff Would Be 'Devastating'
    Bloomberg17 days ago

    Hyundai Warns U.S. Auto Tariff Would Be 'Devastating'

    Hyundai Motor Co. joined a chorus of rebuke from global automakers against possible import tariffs by the Trump administration, warning the duties would be “devastating” to the Korean automaker and its U.S. operations. The tariffs “would not only harm Hyundai Motor’s U.S. business operations and the American workers and communities the company supports, but it would also jeopardize Hyundai Motor’s plans for additional U.S. investments,” Hyundai Motor said in comments submitted to the U.S. Department of Commerce on June 29.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Trump says auto tariff probe will be completed in 3-4 weeks

    President Donald Trump said on Friday his administration's investigation into whether to increase tariffs on cars from the European Union and other trading partners would be completed in three to four weeks. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One as he travelled from Washington to New Jersey, Trump also said the United States has been treated very badly by the World Trade Organization but he is not considering withdrawing from it at this point. Trump ordered the "Section 232" national security probe into autos on May 23, and his unusually fast timeline calls for it to be possibly completed in just over two months.

  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    Trump says auto tariff probe will be completed in 3-4 weeks

    President Donald Trump said on Friday his administration's investigation into whether to increase tariffs on cars from the European Union and other trading partners would be completed in three to four ...

  • MarketWatch20 days ago

    South Korea trade group wants exemption from U.S. auto tariffs for Hyundai and Kia

    A South Korean trade group on Thursday reportedly asked for an exemption from a tariff on auto imports to the U.S., citing a security alliance and a bilateral trade agreement it says was formed in March. U.S. President Trump has threatened to impose tariffs on auto imports and foreign-made car parts, including from Europe and elsewhere, citing what he sees as unfair trade pacts and as the Commerce Department investigates what the administration sees as national security risks posed by some imports. “We are confident that Korea is not a source of threats that may impair U.S. national security, but rather a market of great export potential that meets the interests of the American auto industry,” Korea International Trade Association (KITA) said in comments it filed with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Reuters reported from its Seoul bureau.

  • Reuters20 days ago

    South Korea trade body asks for exemption from U.S. auto tariffs

    A South Korean trade group on Thursday asked the United States for exemption from a tariff on automobile imports for the Asian country, citing a security alliance and a bilateral trade deal. U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to impose tariffs on auto imports and foreign-made car parts after the Commerce Department finishes an investigation into the national security risks of those products.

  • Reuters20 days ago

    Automakers warn U.S. tariffs will cost hundreds of thousands of jobs, hike prices

    Two major auto trade groups on Wednesday warned the Trump administration that imposing up to 25 percent tariffs on imported vehicles would cost hundreds of thousands of auto jobs, dramatically hike prices on vehicles and threaten industry spending on self-driving cars. A coalition representing major foreign automakers including Toyota Motor Corp, Volkswagen AG, BMW AG, and Hyundai Motor Co, said the tariffs would harm automakers and U.S. consumers.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Trump says finishing U.S. study on tariffs on cars from EU

    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the government was completing a study about increasing import tariffs on cars from the European Union and suggested he would take action soon. "We are finishing our study of Tariffs on cars from the E.U. in that they have long taken advantage of the U.S. in the form of Trade Barriers and Tariffs. On Friday Trump threatened to impose a 20 percent tariff on all imports of EU-assembled cars, a month after his administration launched an investigation into whether auto imports posed a national security threat.

  • Trump greets EU trade reprisals with threat of steep auto tariff
    Reuters25 days ago

    Trump greets EU trade reprisals with threat of steep auto tariff

    President Donald Trump on Friday threatened to escalate a trade war with Europe by imposing a 20 percent tariff on all U.S. imports of European Union-assembled cars. Trump posted his threat on Twitter the day European Union reprisals took effect against U.S. tariffs on European steel and aluminium. "If these Tariffs and Barriers are not soon broken down and removed, we will be placing a 20% Tariff on all of their cars coming into the U.S. Build them here!" Trump wrote.

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