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Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (NSANF)

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5.85+0.16 (+2.81%)
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Previous close5.69
Open5.85
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range5.73 - 5.89
52-week range3.30 - 6.51
Volume1,964
Avg. volume18,198
Market cap22.973B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.65
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.04
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date27 Sept 2019
1y target estN/A
  • Nissan raises earnings outlook, optimistic chip crunch will ease
    Reuters

    Nissan raises earnings outlook, optimistic chip crunch will ease

    Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co on Wednesday raised its earnings outlook for the year, helped by a weaker yen and favourable demand in the United States and China, after reporting a surprise first-quarter operating profit. The company also warned that a global shortage of semiconductor chips will significantly hurt sales volume in the July-September quarter, but added that demand for its newly launched, pricier models will mitigate the impact on profits. Nissan hopes to make up for production and sales losses during the latter half of the fiscal year ending March 2022 and expects semiconductor shortages to ease during that period, Chief Operating Officer Ashwani Gupta told reporters.

  • Nissan hiring 400 more workers in boost to Sunderland plant
    The Telegraph

    Nissan hiring 400 more workers in boost to Sunderland plant

    Nissan is hiring 400 new workers at its Sunderland plant in an additional Brexit boost to the area following its £1bn electric car investment plans. The Japanese car maker is ramping up production lines to build the Qashqai, Juke and Leaf in a major "vote of confidence" in the north-eastern city. Kwasi Kwarteng, the business secretary, said it was "fantastic news" adding: "Not only are Nissan staying put, they're doubling down." The company warned in 2019 that the Sunderland plant would "not be

  • Despite UK’s vaccine success, it will take time for consumer habits to return
    The Guardian

    Despite UK’s vaccine success, it will take time for consumer habits to return

    Despite UK’s vaccine success, it will take time for consumer habits to return . Heathrow chief might have been discussing the whole economy when he asked: ‘Where is the vaccine dividend?’