|Bid||13.85 x 1400|
|Ask||13.86 x 2200|
|Day's range||13.70 - 13.87|
|52-week range||12.58 - 19.49|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.70|
|PE ratio (TTM)||5.97|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.73 (5.45%)|
|1y target est||19.17|
GM, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler employees want to share in their companies' recent prosperity. GM's unionized workforce is particularly motivated to reverse the plan to shrink its U.S. footprint.
Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance, a leading consumer finance group in Europe, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Italy (“FCA”), a global automaker agreed on 19 July 2019 to extend their 50:50 joint venture company FCA Bank until 31 December 2024. The renewal of the partnership between Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance and FCA lays the grounds to further enhance FCA Bank's profitability by continuing in its offer of best-in class financial services.
FCA to announce Second Quarter 2019 financial results on July 31 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (NYSE: FCAU / MTA: FCA) announced today that its financial results for the.
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Toyota (TM) announces plan to scrap the production of Corolla compact cars at its new factory under construction in Alabama. Daimler (DDAIF) issues profit warnings on regulatory and recall costs.
With plant closures hanging over the start of contract negotiations, General Motors chief Mary Barra on Tuesday warned the United Auto Workers union that the industry is facing a difficult road ahead. GM has drawn the wrath of the UAW and President Donald Trump over plans to halt production at four US plants including a major one in Lordstown, Ohio, a state that could be key to Trump's re-election bid in 2020. GM is attempting to sell that plant to a startup company proposing to build electric trucks.
Automaker Fiat Chrysler's stock fell by almost 5% in early morning trading Tuesday. The downturn came after the investment bank Goldman Sachs revised the company's rating to sell. Goldman cited problems with growth in North America as one of its main reasons for the change.
The talks are expected to be the most contentious in a decade amid "America first" policies from the Trump administration, a tight labor market and thousands of job cuts and cost reductions as the industry prepares for an expected economic downturn.
The United Auto Workers and Ford Motor Co will officially launch talks on a four-year contract on Monday that are expected to be contentious, with rising healthcare costs, job security and the use of temporary workers expected to be major sticking points. General Motors Co and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCA) will kick off their own talks with the UAW on Tuesday. When the negotiators for the union and Detroit's automakers last sat across the table from each other in 2015, U.S. new vehicle sales were booming.
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Fiat Chrysler (FCA) plans to invest 700 million euros ($788 million) in an electric makeover of its iconic Fiat 500, a top executive said on Thursday, as the automaker seeks to move on from its failed bid to merge with France's Renault. FCA chief operating officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Pietro Gorlier, announced the investment - the Italian-American company's biggest single bet on an electric vehicle - at its Mirafiori plant in Turin, northern Italy. "The plan is confirmed," Gorlier told reporters, when asked if FCA's investment in electric vehicle technology would remain unchanged after its $35 billion plan to merge with Renault, an electric car pioneer, collapsed last month.
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Fiat Chrysler (FCA) plans to spend 700 million euros (£628 million) to take the Fiat 500 electric as the carmaker moves on from its failed $35 billion bid to merge with France's Renault , a pioneer in electric vehicles. FCA chief operating officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Pietro Gorlier, announced the Italian-American company's biggest single bet on an electric vehicle at its Mirafiori plant in Turin, northern Italy on Thursday. FCA's investment is part of a plan announced last year to spend 5 billion euros in Italy up to 2021.
The merger proposal made by Fiat Chrysler (FCA) to Renault in May was an "act of courage" but the Italian-American carmaker felt the conditions were not right to go ahead, FCA Chairman John Elkann told La Stampa newspaper. Last month, FCA pulled the plug on its proposed merger with Renault, saying negotiations had become "unreasonable" due to political resistance in Paris.