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Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (NSANY)

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10.33+0.05 (+0.49%)
At close: 3:55PM EDT
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Previous close10.28
Open10.15
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range10.15 - 10.52
52-week range6.93 - 12.74
Volume149,557
Avg. volume96,789
Market cap20.255B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.58
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-5.05
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date26 Sept 2019
1y target est14.37
  • Reuters

    Nissan plans Mexico work stoppages in October due to chip shortage

    Japanese automaker Nissan will carry out temporary work stoppages at two Mexican plants for several days in October because of production adjustments needed to manage a shortage of semiconductor chips, its Mexico unit said on Wednesday. Nissan will halt operations at its plant 2 in the central state of Aguascalientes for 11 days in October, and its CIVAC plant in Morelos state will be halted for 8 days, the carmaker said in emailed comments to Reuters. The stoppages come as automotive production in Brazil and Mexico, Latin America's two largest economies, plunged in September, dragged down by an industry-wide semiconductor chip shortage and railroad blockades in Mexico.

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    Spain to negotiate with China's Great Wall Motor to take over Nissan plant

    BARCELONA (Reuters) -Spanish authorities and Nissan will enter talks with China's Great Wall Motor over a possible takeover of the Japanese carmaker's plant in Barcelona, which is due to shut in December, they said on Friday. National and regional authorities, together with Nissan, also picked Spanish electric motorcycle manufacturer Silence and local engineering firm QEV Technologies - which leads an electric vehicle production hub integrated by Swedish manufacturers Inzile and Volta - to negotiate the fate of two smaller plants.

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    Tokyo prosecutors seek two-year sentence for former Nissan executive Kelly

    TOKYO (Reuters) -Japanese prosecutors asked a Tokyo court on Wednesday to send former Nissan Motor executive Greg Kelly to prison for two years for his alleged part in helping Carlos Ghosn, the carmaker's ousted CEO, hide earnings. Prosecutors, who are also seeking a 200 million yen ($1.8 million) fine for the Japanese carmaker, called for the jail sentence for Kelly during their closing arguments in a trial that began a year ago. A ruling in the case is expected next year, and if found guilty Kelly could join two other Americans who are serving time in Japan after a court sentenced them in July for helping smuggle Ghosn out of Japan on a private jet hidden in luggage to Lebanon at the end of 2019, where he remains as a fugitive.