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Renault SA (RNLSY)

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8.29+0.12 (+1.47%)
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Previous close8.17
Open8.26
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range8.23 - 8.29
52-week range6.59 - 9.21
Volume24,802
Avg. volume25,760
Market cap12.036B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.67
PE ratio (TTM)3.37
EPS (TTM)2.46
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.05 (0.65%)
Ex-dividend date15 May 2023
1y target estN/A
  • GlobeNewswire

    Renault Group: Information relating to the total number of voting rights and share capital - January 2024

    Disclosure of the total number of voting rights and shares, provided pursuant to article L. 233-8 II of the French Commercial Code and the Article 223-16 of the Règlement général de l’Autorité des marchés financiers (Regulation of the French stock market authority) Company name of the issuer: Renault SA 122 - 122 bis Avenue du Général Leclerc 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt (ISIN code FR0000131906 – RNO) Date Total number of issued shares Total number of voting rights January 31, 2024 295,722,284 The

  • Reuters

    Renault leads Europe's EV defence in Geneva as Chinese rivals expand

    GENEVA (Reuters) -Renault and China-owned MG launched new electrified cars in Europe at the Geneva car show on Monday as Chinese automakers seek to take more market share from legacy European rivals. Europe's auto industry is scrambling to cut costs and roll out more affordable, well-reviewed electric vehicles (EVs) to counter the arrival of cheaper Chinese models. The strong presence of Chinese competitors at the show, which returns this week after a four-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, shows "they are interested in our market, in our customers," Renault CEO Luca de Meo told Reuters.

  • Reuters

    WRAPUP 2-Renault leads Europe's EV defence in Geneva as Chinese rivals expand

    Renault and China-owned MG launched new electrified cars in Europe at the Geneva car show on Monday as Chinese automakers seek to take more market share from legacy European rivals. Europe's auto industry is scrambling to cut costs and roll out more affordable, well-reviewed electric vehicles (EVs) to counter the arrival of cheaper Chinese models.