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Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (7201.T)

Tokyo - Tokyo Delayed price. Currency in JPY
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489.20-2.00 (-0.41%)
At close: 03:15PM JST
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Previous close491.20
Open493.10
Bid488.90 x 0
Ask489.20 x 0
Day's range488.20 - 493.40
52-week range436.50 - 650.00
Volume10,761,600
Avg. volume17,489,513
Market cap1.915T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.23
PE ratio (TTM)17.20
EPS (TTM)28.45
Earnings date06 Feb 2023 - 10 Feb 2023
Forward dividend & yield10.00 (2.03%)
Ex-dividend date30 Mar 2023
1y target est596.50
  • Reuters

    Nissan CEO 'very confident' talks with Renault will strengthen partnership

    NEW YORK (Reuters) -Nissan Motor Co Chief Executive Makoto Uchida said he was "very confident" the Japanese automaker could strengthen its partnership with Renault but declined to comment on the likelihood the automakers would announce a restructured alliance this month. Nissan has a direction it has to take. "How we can elevate competitiveness is the key area of discussion," Uchida said on a Zoom call, sitting in front of Nissan's Ariya electric crossover vehicle.

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    Renault, Nissan clear calendar for potential Dec deal -sources

    Renault and Nissan have readied plans to announce a potential deal on a restructured alliance as early as next month in London with the two automakers still negotiating terms, three people with knowledge of the talks told Reuters. Renault's Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard said on Tuesday he was "confident" the French automaker and Nissan would be able to reach an agreement over a restructured tie-up as Renault looks to carve out its electric-vehicle business. Renault is looking for Nissan to invest in its EV business, code-named Ampere, the companies have said.

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    Nissan, Renault talks should not be politicised, Macron says

    TOKYO (Reuters) -The French government will not intervene in ongoing discussions over revamping the alliance between Nissan Motor Co and Renault SA, French President Emmanuel Macron said in an interview with Nikkei Asia published on Friday. "We should not politicise this question," Macron told the publication in the interview conducted on Thursday. The French government is Renault's largest shareholder with a 15% stake.