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Hyundai Motor Company (005380.KS)

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174,000.00-900.00 (-0.51%)
At close: 02:52PM KST
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Previous close174,900.00
Open177,000.00
Bid174,100.00 x 0
Ask174,200.00 x 0
Day's range173,300.00 - 177,600.00
52-week range150,500.00 - 203,500.00
Volume1,041,585
Avg. volume599,173
Market cap39.86T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.10
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings date24 Apr 2023 - 28 Apr 2023
Forward dividend & yield5,000.00 (3.09%)
Ex-dividend date29 Jun 2022
1y target est235,765.00
  • Reuters

    Hyundai Motor forecasts robust EV growth after quarterly profit jump

    Hyundai Motor Co said on Thursday it expects to have solid backorder demand in major car markets and forecast robust growth in electric vehicle sales, including in the United States where regulatory concerns have clouded its outlook. The South Korean maker of the Ioniq 5 model is targeting an ambitious 54% jump in EV sales in 2023 to 330,000 globally and said it wants its U.S. electric car sales to climb 150% to 73,000 to account for 9% of its U.S. vehicle sales. The plans were outlined at its fourth-quarter earnings briefing where the automaker reported a tripling of net profit, albeit one that fell short of expectations.

  • Bloomberg

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  • Reuters

    Hyundai Motor, Kia expect auto sales to jump nearly 10% in 2023

    SEOUL (Reuters) -South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co and affiliate Kia Corp forecast on Tuesday that their combined global sales will jump nearly 10% in 2023, even as last year's sales fell short of target due to supply chain disruptions. The companies sold 6.85 million vehicles in 2022, about 4% less than their combined target of 7.16 million vehicles, largely due to problems including chip and component shortages. They said they would target global sales of 7.52 million vehicles this year.