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Denso Corp (DNO.DU)

Dusseldorf - Dusseldorf Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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16.64-0.06 (-0.33%)
At close: 07:30PM CET
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Previous close16.69
Bid16.62 x 0
Ask17.08 x 0
Day's range16.61 - 16.68
52-week range11.84 - 16.79
Avg. volume6
Market capN/A
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Reuters SG

    Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

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  • Associated Press Finance

    Toyota selling part of Denso stake to raise cash to develop electric vehicles

    Toyota is selling a part of its stake in components maker Denso to raise cash for its drive toward electric vehicles and other innovations, Japan's top automaker said Wednesday. The number of shares Toyota Motor Corp. plans to sell total more than 124 million shares, lowering its stake in Denso Corp. from 24.2% to 20%, while remaining the top stakeholder.

  • Reuters

    Toyota group to sell 8% Denso stake, investors want more unwinding

    TOKYO (Reuters) -Toyota and two affiliates will divest at least 8% of supplier Denso, the companies said on Wednesday, a $4 billion deal that sparked investor hopes the world's top-selling automaker will shed more of its numerous cross-shareholdings. The share sale, which was first reported by Reuters on Tuesday, will be Japan's second biggest this year and the largest in the global auto industry in more than a decade, according to LSEG data. Denso, the world's second-largest maker of automotive components and a pillar of the Toyota group, will buy back some of its own shares in the open market to lessen the impact of the sale.