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

Tokyo - Tokyo Delayed price. Currency in JPY
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587.20-8.30 (-1.39%)
At close: 3:15PM JST
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Previous close595.50
Bid586.70 x 0
Ask587.40 x 0
Day's range583.30 - 593.70
52-week range364.20 - 664.50
Avg. volume15,525,631
Market cap2.298T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.56
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-12.42
Earnings date09 Nov 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date27 Sept 2019
1y target est614.70
  • Reuters

    Nissan cuts planned output in October and November by 30% - Nikkei

    Nissan is slashing its planned global production for October and November by 30%, as it struggles with a shortage of semiconductors caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Nikkei business daily reported. "We acknowledge that the semiconductor supply shortage is still in a difficult situation," a spokesperson from Nissan said, although she declined to comment on the reduction reported by the newspaper. Like other carmakers, Nissan has been forced to curtail production despite a rebound in demand in key auto markets, including China and the United States.

  • Reuters

    Biden's Japan envoy pick vows to make Nissan executive case a priority

    Rahm Emanuel, nominee to be the next U.S. ambassador to Tokyo, vowed at his Senate confirmation hearing on Wednesday to prioritize the case of an American former Nissan Motor executive who is facing a possible prison term in Japan. In September, Japanese prosecutors asked a Tokyo court to send the executive, Greg Kelly, to prison for two years for his alleged part in helping Carlos Ghosn, Nissan's ousted CEO, hide earnings. When asked about the case, Emanuel, who President Joe Biden has nominated to be his ambassador to key U.S. ally Japan, told senators he would deal with it as if he was a congressman and Kelly a constituent.

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