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Faurecia S.E. (FURCF)

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16.290.00 (0.00%)
At close: 03:46PM EDT
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Previous close16.29
Open17.25
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range16.29 - 16.29
52-week range15.55 - 55.32
Volume7
Avg. volume550
Market cap3.329B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.00
PE ratio (TTM)135.75
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date03 Jun 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Forvia sales beat estimates, profit falls short, in unsettled market

    (Reuters) -Forvia, the European car parts maker born from Faurecia's takeover of German rival Hella, on Monday fell short of earnings expectations but beat sales estimates in the first half of the year. Faurecia sealed its takeover of German automotive lighting group Hella in January. Chief Financial Officer Olivier Durand said Forvia had stopped activities at most of its Russian sites, booking 87 million euros ($89 million) of related one-off costs in the first six months of 2022.

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    Veolia and Faurecia partner on recycled materials for car interiors

    The collaboration, under which recycled plastics will be used in instrument panels, door panels and centre consoles in cars across Europe, will reduce Faurecia's carbon footprint, helping it advance its CO2 neutrality plan, and expand Veolia's product range to vehicle interiors. "The use of recycled plastics is one of the key challenges for the ecological transformation of the automotive industry ... Today, automotive interiors are mostly made of virgin material," the companies said in the statement.

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    Faurecia-Aptoide signs up Mercedes in infotainment win over Google

    Mercedes-Benz will use embedded Faurecia-Aptoide technology to power navigation and other vehicle infotainment functions in a crucial win for the app provider against Alphabet Inc's Google and other technology firms to control car dashboards. The companies said on Thursday that under a multi-year partnership, from 2023 the joint venture between auto supplier Faurecia and independent app store Aptoide will integrate the German premium carmaker's MBUX multimedia system, with its open platform offering nearly 250 apps - navigation, traffic, streaming, payment solution, information on parking and charging stations. Tech giants like Google and Amazon.com Inc are in a race for a bigger share of the growing vehicle infotainment market.