FCAU - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
19.32
-0.21 (-1.08%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous close19.53
Open19.13
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range19.03 - 19.34
52-week range11.54 - 24.95
Volume3,442,347
Avg. volume4,497,939
Market cap30.136B
Beta2.22
PE ratio (TTM)6.71
EPS (TTM)2.88
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date2016-01-04
1y target est28.05
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  • Manley role at Fiat Chrysler a turning point for carmaker
    Associated Press28 minutes ago

    Manley role at Fiat Chrysler a turning point for carmaker

    The nomination of Mike Manley as CEO of Fiat Chrysler marks a turning point for the carmaker, putting a brand with historic Italian roots in the hands of someone with no ties to Italy — a Brit who showed his mettle by growing the quintessentially American Jeep into a global brand.

  • Fiat Chrysler chooses Jeep exec Manley to replace ailing CEO
    Associated Press2 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler chooses Jeep exec Manley to replace ailing CEO

    ROME (AP) — Jeep executive Mike Manley will be the new CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobile after longtime leader Sergio Marchionne's health suddenly deteriorated following surgery, the company announced Saturday.

  • The Latest: New FCA chief Manley had been seen as a star
    Associated Press2 hours ago

    The Latest: New FCA chief Manley had been seen as a star

    Jeep executive Mike Manley, who replaces the ailing Sergio Marchionne as the head of Fiat Chrysler Automobile, had been one of Marchionne's closest collaborators at the group. Manley in a previous role had been responsible for product planning and all sales activities outside of North America. Manley took over management of the Jeep brand in 2009, just after Chrysler emerged from bankruptcy protection.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    New CEO to Replace Ailing Marchionne Atop Fiat Chrysler

    , who engineered the merger of Fiat and Chrysler and led the combined company for nearly a decade. , the head of Fiat Chrysler’s Jeep brand, will now helm the Italian-American auto maker. The company’s board said Mr. Marchionne wouldn’t be able to return after suffering complications from surgery earlier this month.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Factbox - The executives replacing Marchionne at FCA, Ferrari, CNH

    Fiat Chrysler (FCA) (FCHA.MI) said on Saturday that boss Sergio Marchionne, 66, would not be returning to work because he was gravely ill. In addition to being FCA chief executive, Marchionne was also CEO and chairman of luxury sports car brand Ferrari (RACE.MI) and chairman of truck and tractor maker CNH Industrial (CNHI.MI), which were spun off from FCA in recent years. The 54-year-old Briton picked to become the FCA's new CEO has been leading the group's top brand Jeep since 2009, first as Jeep President and CEO at Chrysler and then as FCA's Jeep head.

  • Fiat Chrysler Gets New CEO
    Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler Gets New CEO

    Mike Manley will replace Sergio Marchionne as the CEO of Fiat Chrysler. Marchionne was forced to give up his post after 14 years for undisclosed health reasons #tictocnews (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler names Jeep boss to replace stricken CEO Marchionne

    MILAN/PARIS (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler (FCHA.MI) named on Saturday its Jeep division boss Mike Manley to take over immediately from Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne, who is seriously ill after suffering major complications following surgery. The carmaker said British-born Manley, who also takes responsibility for the North America region, will push ahead with the mid-term strategy outlined last month by Marchionne, who had been due to step down next April. Marchionne, 66, was credited with rescuing Fiat and Chrysler from bankruptcy after taking the Italian carmaker's wheel in 2004.

  • Fiat Chrysler picks Jeep boss as CEO as Marchionne's health worsens
    Reuters4 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler picks Jeep boss as CEO as Marchionne's health worsens

    MILAN/PARIS (Reuters) - Sergio Marchionne was replaced as chief executive of Fiat Chrysler (FCA) on Saturday by the head of the firm's Jeep division, Mike Manley, after the health of the carmaker's long-time boss deteriorated sharply following surgery. British-born Manley, who also takes responsibility for the North America region, will implement a strategy outlined by Marchionne last month to ensure the company has a "strong and independent future", FCA said in a statement. Marchionne, 66, was credited with rescuing Fiat and Chrysler from bankruptcy after taking the wheel at the Italian carmaker in 2004.

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    Fiat says Marchionne's health worsens, names Jeep boss as CEO

    The health of Sergio Marchionne, long-time boss of carmaker Fiat Chrysler (FCA) (FCHA.MI), worsened on Saturday and he has been replaced as chief executive by Mike Manley, the head of the firm's Jeep division, FCA said in a statement. "With reference to the health of Sergio Marchionne, FCA communicates with profound sorrow that during the course of this week unexpected complications arose while Mr Marchionne was recovering from surgery and that these have worsened significantly in recent hours," the statement said.

  • Bloomberg5 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler Names Manley CEO; Marchionne's Condition Worsens

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV named Jeep and Ram brands chief Michael Manley to replace Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne, whose health condition has worsened after unexpected complications from surgery, according to a company statement. “During the course of this week unexpected complications arose while Mr. Marchionne was recovering from surgery and that these have worsened significantly in recent hours,” according to the statement.

  • MarketWatch5 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler replaces ailing CEO Marchionne with Jeep unit boss

    MARKET PULSE Fiat Chrysler (fcau)(it:fca) CEO Sergio Marchionne, said to be suffering from serious postsurgical complications, is being replaced at the Italian-American company's helm by Mike Manley.

  • Associated Press5 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler's board recommends Jeep executive Mike Manley to replace seriously ill CEO Sergio Marchionne

    ROME (AP) — Fiat Chrysler's board recommends Jeep executive Mike Manley to replace seriously ill CEO Sergio Marchionne.

  • Reuters5 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler to name Jeep's Manley to replace Marchionne as CEO: source

    Fiat Chrysler has named Mike Manley, the head of the carmaker's profit engine Jeep, as its new chief executive, replacing Sergio Marchionne who had to step down after serious complications from surgery, ...

  • Fiat Chrysler to name Jeep's Manley to replace Marchionne as CEO - source
    Reuters5 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler to name Jeep's Manley to replace Marchionne as CEO - source

    MILAN (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler (FCHA.MI) (FCA) has named Mike Manley, the head of the carmaker's profit engine Jeep, as its new chief executive, replacing Sergio Marchionne who had to step down after ...

  • Fiat Names Jeep Chief Manley to Replace Ailing CEO Marchionne
    Bloomberg5 hours ago

    Fiat Names Jeep Chief Manley to Replace Ailing CEO Marchionne

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV named the head of its Jeep and Ram brands, Mike Manley, as chief executive officer to replace Sergio Marchionne, after a sudden deterioration in his health left the 66-year-old executive unable to return to work. The abrupt departure of the executive who saved both Fiat and Chrysler and then forged a profitable trans-Atlantic operation also led to the selection of new leaders at Ferrari NV and CNH Industrial NV, which were spun off from Fiat during Marchionne’s 14-year tenure, the companies said Saturday.

  • Fiat Chrysler Names Manley as CEO, Corriere Della Sera Reports
    Bloomberg6 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler Names Manley as CEO, Corriere Della Sera Reports

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV named Michael Manley, head of the automaker’s Jeep and Ram brands, as chief executive officer, replacing Sergio Marchionne, Corriere Della Sera said Saturday on its website....

  • Marchionne's Transformative Fiat Chrysler Tenure: Timeline
    Bloomberg9 hours ago

    Marchionne's Transformative Fiat Chrysler Tenure: Timeline

    Over 14 years at the helm of what’s now Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne transformed a middling European carmaker into a global giant. As the company prepares to pass the CEO job to Jeep executive Mike Manley, here is a timeline of some key moments during Marchionne’s tenure. Marchionne, then serving as CEO of goods inspector SGS SA, is appointed CEO of Fiat.

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    Fiat, Ferrari boards to meet on Marchionne succession - report

    The boards of carmakers Fiat Chrysler and Ferrari will meet separately on Saturday to discuss succession plans for Sergio Marchionne, who is chief executive of both carmakers and has been on medical leave, Automotive News said. The report, citing unnamed sources familiar with the matter, also said Louis Carey Camilleri, a Ferrari board member and former chairman of Philip Morris International, would be named Ferrari's chief executive. John Elkann, the scion of Italy's Agnelli family which controls both Fiat Chrysler (FCA) and Ferrari, would be named chairman at Ferrari, it added.

  • Fiat Chrysler Prepares for Future Without CEO Who Saved Company
    Bloomberg23 hours ago

    Fiat Chrysler Prepares for Future Without CEO Who Saved Company

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is preparing for the premature end of the Sergio Marchionne era. The 66-year-old native of Chieti, Italy, out on medical leave for the past several weeks, won’t return to his CEO roles at the Italian-American automaker or at race car manufacturer Ferrari NV, according to people familiar with the matter. Marchionne turned around an ailing Fiat when he took over a more than a decade ago, and he’s been closely tied to the company’s success.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Fiat Chrysler kicks off Magneti Marelli spin-off

    Fiat Chrysler (FCA) (FCHA.MI) has kicked off its planned spin-off of parts maker Magneti Marelli which will be registered in the Netherlands and listed on the Milan stock exchange, a document outlining initial plans and seen by Reuters showed. The spin-off is part of a plan by FCA Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne to "purify" the Italian-American carmaker's portfolio and to unlock value at Magneti Marelli. Analysts say Magneti Marelli could be worth between 3.6 billion and 5 billion euros ($4.2 bln-5.8 bln).

  • Fiat Chrysler kicks off Magneti Marelli spin-off
    Reuters2 days ago

    Fiat Chrysler kicks off Magneti Marelli spin-off

    Fiat Chrysler (FCA) (FCHA.MI) has kicked off its planned spin-off of parts maker Magneti Marelli which will be registered in the Netherlands and listed on the Milan stock exchange, a document outlining initial plans and seen by Reuters showed. The spin-off is part of a plan by FCA Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne to "purify" the Italian-American carmaker's portfolio and to unlock value at Magneti Marelli. Analysts say Magneti Marelli could be worth between 3.6 billion and 5 billion euros ($4.2 bln-5.8 bln).

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Fiat Chrysler CEO could miss second quarter presentation - media

    MILAN (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, who is recovering from a shoulder operation, may not be present to discuss the company's second-quarter earnings with analysts on July 25, Italian ...

  • Fiat Chrysler CEO could miss second quarter presentation: media
    Reuters3 days ago

    Fiat Chrysler CEO could miss second quarter presentation: media

    Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, who is recovering from a shoulder operation, may not be present to discuss the company's second-quarter earnings with analysts on July 25, Italian website Lettera43 ...

  • July Update: Comparing the Auto Industry’s Valuation Multiples
    Market Realist3 days ago

    July Update: Comparing the Auto Industry’s Valuation Multiples

    Valuation multiples are commonly used by investors to compare auto companies. These multiples could be used to compare business entities that are similar in size or nature. Let’s see how the valuation multiples of mainstream auto companies Ford (F), Toyota (TM), General Motors (GM), and Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) are trending in July.

  • Analysts See 42% Upside Potential in Fiat Chrysler Stock
    Market Realist5 days ago

    Analysts See 42% Upside Potential in Fiat Chrysler Stock

    In 2017, Fiat Chrysler stock (FCAU) impressed investors by yielding 96.4% returns—the highest among the auto stocks. After gaining 15.0% in the first quarter, its stock turned negative in the second quarter and saw 7.9% value erosion. 

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