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LG Chem, Ltd. (051915.KS)

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320,000.00+3,500.00 (+1.11%)
At close: 03:30PM KST
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Previous close316,500.00
Bid315,000.00 x 0
Ask320,000.00 x 0
Day's range311,000.00 - 323,500.00
52-week range284,500.00 - 505,000.00
Avg. volume19,769
Market cap52.119T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.20
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date29 Dec 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Australia's Liontown signs supply deal with S.Korea's LG Chem, shares jump

    LG Energy Solution, which counts Tesla Inc and General Motors Co as its customers, will buy 100,000 dry metric tonnes (DMT) of lithium spodumene — a key raw material for making electric vehicle batteries — from Liontown's Kathleen Valley project. Liontown joins other lithium players in the country, like Vulcan Energy, to strike major supply deals with EV makers as the sector assumes centre stage amid a global push by companies and governments towards a greener future.

  • Reuters

    LG Energy Solution's IPO likely to be priced at $11 billion top end - sources

    SEOUL (Reuters) -South Korean battery maker LG Energy Solution (LGES) will likely price its IPO at the top of its indicative range at around $11 billion, two sources told Reuters, as institutional investors bet on booming demand for electric vehicles. That pricing would make LGES, a wholly-owned unit of LG Chem Ltd that supplies to firms including Tesla, General Motors and Hyundai Motor, the biggest listing ever in South Korea. LGES said last week it expected to offer 34 million new shares in an indicative range of 257,000 to 300,000 won per share, which would raise around 12.8 trillion won ($10.9 billion) at the top end when the IPO is scheduled to be priced on Jan. 14.

  • Reuters

    LG Energy Solution targets up to $10.9 billion in S.Korea's biggest IPO

    SEOUL (Reuters) -LG Energy Solution (LGES) is likely to raise up to 12.8 trillion won ($10.87 billion) in what could be South Korea's biggest initial public offering as the battery maker seeks funds to expand and meet booming demand for EV batteries. Even at the low end of its pricing range, LG looks set to top the country's largest listing to date, Samsung Life Insurance's 4.9 trillion won IPO in 2010. "Through this IPO, we are preemptively responding to the demand for the lithium-ion battery market, which is expected to see rapid growth," LGES Chief Executive Officer Kwon Young Soo said in a statement.