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Geely Automobile Holdings Limited (GRU.F)

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2.7800+0.0545 (+2.00%)
At close: 7:19PM CEST
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Previous close2.7255
Open2.7660
Bid0.0000 x 840000
Ask0.0000 x 840000
Day's range2.7565 - 2.8140
52-week range1.6100 - 3.6195
Volume73,864
Avg. volume122,802
Market cap27.705B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.10
PE ratio (TTM)38.61
EPS (TTM)0.0720
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.02 (0.73%)
Ex-dividend date28 May 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Volvo Cars gears up for $20 billion IPO in coming weeks, sources say

    China's Geely Holding is in advanced discussions with banks to list its Volvo Cars unit in the coming weeks, three sources told Reuters, in what is expected to be one of Europe's biggest initial public offerings (IPOs) this year. Volvo Cars is aiming for a valuation of about $20 billion in the planned Stockholm listing, the sources said, with one saying the launch was pencilled in for the end of September. Goldman Sachs and SEB are leading the transaction, while other banks including BNP Paribas, Carnegie and HSBC are also involved in the deal, the sources added.

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    Geely's Volvo Cars warns on sales as supply woes dent output

    Sweden-based automaker Volvo Car Group warned on Friday that sales volumes in the second half of 2021 could fall year-on-year after it was forced to cut production due to material shortages. The carmaker, owned by China's Geely Holding, said sales fell 10.6% from a year ago in August, despite strong underlying demand, and cautioned the potential decline in volumes in the second half could impact revenue and profit. "But Volvo Cars' outlook for the full year 2021 still remains," it said in a statement, referring to a forecast of sales volume and revenue growth with improved profitability to pre-pandemic levels.

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    Special Report-How the Chinese tycoon driving Volvo plans to tackle Tesla

    HANGZHOU, China (Reuters) - "Do you know how big Volvo is?" asked Don Leclair, finance chief at Ford Motor Co.. It was 2008, and Leclair was responding to an offer from a little-known Chinese businessman to purchase the Swedish carmaker, which Ford owned. The businessman, Li Shufu, had a company with less than half Volvo's sales and a flagship model, King Kong, almost unknown outside China.