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Renault SA (RNSDF)

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33.630.00 (0.00%)
At close: 9:44AM EDT
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Previous close33.63
Open33.63
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range33.63 - 33.63
52-week range24.80 - 50.70
Volume25
Avg. volume87
Market cap10.468B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.09
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date01 May 2020
1y target estN/A
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    (Bloomberg) -- Carlos Ghosn wants to correct the record in his own memoir being re-released this week: He’s no longer a Nissan Motor Co. shareholder and is eager to exit Renault SA.Most Read from BloombergSchool Reopenings Falter as U.S. Kids Near 1 Million Covid CasesA Jewish Tradition Makes Room for Unconventional DesignIstanbul Turns Taps on Old Fountains, Joining Global Push for Free DrinksIn Paris, the Wrapped Arc de Triomphe Is a Polarizing PackageBerlin Referendum Could Determine the Futu

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    Renault Lays Out Plan to Cut 2,000 French Jobs in EV Shift

    (Bloomberg) -- Renault SA plans to eliminate 2,000 more jobs while still making nine new models in France as the struggling automaker reshapes operations in its home country and shifts to electric vehicles.The company is in talks with French unions to cut 1,600 engineering and 400 support positions between 2022 and 2024, according to a statement Thursday. During the same period, it will recruit 2,500 people, including in data science and battery chemistry.With the French state looming as Renault

  • Reuters

    Renault says it could team up with Plastic Omnium on hydrogen tanks

    French automaker Renault has said it could team up with Plastic Omnium to make hydrogen storage tanks for one of its upcoming vans, as suppliers race to adapt their manufacturing to rapidly changing car models. Plastic Omnium, which makes fuel tanks for traditionally powered cars, is shifting into supplying electrified vehicles, and also branching into areas such as hydrogen, which can also be used to produce electricity through fuel cells. Renault's engineering chief Gilles Le Borgne told journalists at the Munich auto show on Monday that Renault would partner with French parts maker Faurecia for the first hydrogen-powered version of its Master vans and could work with Plastic Omnium thereafter.