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Stellantis N.V. (0QXR.IL)

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15.72+0.14 (+0.88%)
At close: 5:08PM BST
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Previous close15.59
Open15.69
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range15.65 - 15.93
52-week range8.08 - 20.92
Volume2,465,714
Avg. volume5,625,342
Market cap49.371B
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)6.75
EPS (TTM)2.33
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date19 Apr 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Tight Battery Market Is Next Test for EVs After Chip Crisis
    Bloomberg

    Tight Battery Market Is Next Test for EVs After Chip Crisis

    (Bloomberg) -- Rising demand from electric vehicles and challenges in securing raw materials will deliver a battery supply crunch for automakers already grappling with a chip crisis, according to a key Chinese manufacturer.“When the chip shortage is over, the major supply shortage the industry faces would be batteries,” Yang Hongxin, chairman of SVolt Energy Technology Co., which has struck an agreement with Jeep-maker Stellantis NV, said in an interview. “The production capacity of battery cell

  • Jeep Maker Splits With Economists, Seeing Inflation Clearly
    Bloomberg

    Jeep Maker Splits With Economists, Seeing Inflation Clearly

    (Bloomberg) -- Stellantis NV Chief Executive Officer Carlos Tavares warned the auto giant is feeling the strain from rising raw material prices and expects semiconductor shortages to stretch into next year.“I see the inflationary pressure very clearly,” he said on a webinar organized by the Detroit-based Automotive Press Association. “I see inflation coming from many different areas.”There’s a “disconnect” between the view among some economists that price increases aren’t structural and what Tav

  • Global chip shortage will easily drag into 2022 -Stellantis CEO
    Reuters

    Global chip shortage will easily drag into 2022 -Stellantis CEO

    DETROIT (Reuters) -The global semiconductor chip shortage that has hit automakers around the world and constrained vehicle production will easily drag into next year, the chief executive of the world's No. 4 automaker, Stellantis, said on Wednesday. The comments by Carlos Tavares at an Automotive Press Association event in Detroit echoed those made by Daimler AG earlier in the day. "The semiconductor crisis, from everything I see and I'm not sure I can see everything, is going to drag into '22 easy because I don't see enough signs that additional production from the Asian sourcing points is going to come to the West in the near future," Tavares said.